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.
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 Product Table provides a comprehensive list of features so you can compare all the Infrared Camera models at once and then select the one you want further information on.
The Bobcat Family offers both 320 and 640 type sensors in a compact housing. You can also find the Gated version of the camera here with ultrashort exposure times.
The Cheetah family offers a variety of speeds (400, 800 and 1700Hz) with the high end product offering the highest possible frame rates available in a SWIR camera today. The TE3 Version offers very low dark current for staring applications.
This compact linear sensor based camera offers economy and ease of use for those need a Square Pixel Line Scan Camera, with sizes of 512, 1024 and 2048×1.
These high performance line scan cameras offer the highest available line rates in a SWIR line scan camera. Sensor formats at 512, 1024 and 2048×1, with either Rectangular or Square formats.
This compact camera offers a lower noise sensor in various speeds with a 640 format.
This family offers a broad selection of readout rates, cooling temperatures, and even extended SWIR options (900 to 2.35 microns and 900 to 2.5 microns).