If you want to compare our Infrared Camera products based on their specifications, we have provided this Selector Table for your convenience. As always, you may also Contact Us directly for more information.
The Short-Wave Infrared (SWIR) part of the infrared spectrum offers unique capabilities for various applications in machine vision, R&D, medical, security, process control and transportation. SWIR imagers typically use reflected light, i.e., similar with the shorter wavelengths of the visible spectrum, and are often complementary to MWIR and LWIR imagers.
Most of Xenics SWIR linescan and area detectors are developed in-house and based on a material called InGaAs (Indium Gallium Arsenide). These detectors are sensitive in the wavelength range from 900 to 1700 nm.
The Mid-Wave Infrared (MWIR) part of the infrared spectrum covers roughly the 3 to 5 µm wavelength band. MWIR cameras are typically used for thermal imaging and thermography applications in security and R&D.
Xenics offers a variety of cooled MWIR area cameras and camera cores.
The Long-Wave Infrared (LWIR) part of the infrared spectrum covers the 8 to 14 µm wavelength band. LWIR cameras are thermal imagers and typically find application in security, process control and medical markets.
Xenics LWIR cameras and camera cores are based on uncooled microbolometer detectors.
In cooperation with Uniforce Sales and Engineering, we have a large range of CMOS type cameras with sensors capable of imaging from the Ultraviolet (UV) to the Near Infrared (NIR). We have products that are optimized for high speed, others for low cost and ease of use.
In addition to cameras, we also have illuminators, bandpass filters, lenses, cables, frame grabbers, optical extenders, digital video recorders and more. Let us know what your application requires and we will recommend the best product combination for you.