Drag your mouse over the image to rotate the camera.

Gobi+ series

High performance thermal imaging

Improved capabilities for high performance imaging

Gobi+ improves significant aspects of the Gobi camera, bringing increased capabilities to deliver high-performance thermal imaging.

Much like the Gobi series, this improved version comes in full 640x480 resolution. However, image quality is boosted through a combination of improvements to key attributes. The Gobi+ comes with frame rates up to 60 Hz, allowing for thermal imaging at higher speeds. This can be further increased in windowing mode. Higher pixel operability, as well as lower detector Noise Equivalent Temperature Difference (NETD) of 50 mK, further ensure the delivery of excellent quality images.

Full flexibility in terms of system integration is possible with a wide variety of lenses and software customization tools. Interfacing can be done either through CameraLink or via GigE Vision. The camera retains its compatibility with industry standard accessories such as National Instruments and Euresys frame grabbers. 

Altogether, the Gobi+ offers optimal image performance while maintaining the compact form factor of the Gobi camera.

Are you looking for more information?

Contact us for advice, detailed information and quotations.

Get in touch


Benefits & features

  • High sensitivity
    A lower NETD means even better sensitivity for small signals
  • High image resolution
    640x480 pixels for high image resolution
  • Compact form factor
    Improved capability while retaining small size and low weight
  • Higher speeds
    Increased frame rates push the limitations in high-speed thermal imaging
  • Industry standard compatibility
    Our cameras and Xeneth software are fully compatible with NI 1433 and Euresys Grablink Full frame grabbers

Designed for use in

  • Hot spot detection
    Thermal cameras are able to detect hot spots on objects
  • Bio medical imaging
    Various applications in medical imaging based on accurate thermal measurements
  • NDT: Lock-in thermography
    Optical flash thermography, where the sample surface is heated by a brief pulse of heat/light. Mainly used for composites in aerospace industries.
  • Quality control and quality assurance
    Able to display real time images for quality control
  • Real-time process control and monitoring
    Real time thermal imaging cameras


IR camera software included

Xeneth camera control and imaging software is included

SWaP (Small size, weight and power )

Small volume, low weight and low power consumption for demanding applications


External trigger for signal synchronization

Windowing mode

Imaging in a reduced window of interest for increased frame rates

16 bit image

Digitization: The camera uses a 16 bit ADC

High sensitivity

Low noise equivalent temperature difference (NETD)

High resolution

640x480 pixel resolution

Extremely compact

Small form-factor product

Camera specifications

Mechanical specifications

Mechanical specifications Gobi+ 640 GigE Gobi+ 640 CL
Dimensions (width x height x length) - excluding lens (approximately) 49 x 49 x 79 mm 49 x 49 x 62 mm
Weight (excluding lens) 263 gr 208 gr
Optical interface M42 or M34 x 0.75
Connector GigE RJ-45 NA
Connector CameraLink NA Standard SDR
Connector power Hirose HR10-7R-SA(73)
Connector trigger SMA

Environmental & power specifications

Environmental & power specifications Gobi+ 640 GigE Gobi+ 640 CL
Ambient operating temperature range -40ºC to 60ºC
Storage temperature range -45°C to 85°C
Power consumption 4.5 W 2 W
Power supply DC 12 V
Shock 40 g, 11 ms according to MIL-STD810G/MIL-STD883J
Vibration 5 g (20 Hz to 2000 Hz) according to MIL-STD810G/MIL-STD883J
IP rating IP 40

Electro-optical specifications

Electro-optical specifications Gobi+ 640 GigE Gobi+ 640 CL
Image format 640 (w) x 480 (h) pixels
Pixel pitch 17 μm
Detector type a-Si microbolometer
Integration type Rolling shutter
Active area and diagonal 10.88 mm x 8.16 mm (13.6 mm diagonal)
Detector NETD (Noise Equivalent Temperature Difference) <50 mK (at 30 Hz, 300 K, F/1)
Spectral range 8 μm to 14 μm
Pixel operability > 99.5 %
Maximum frame rate (full frame) 60 Hz or 9 Hz 60 Hz
Integration time range 1 μs - 80 μs
Region of interest Yes
Min region size 160 x 120 pixels
Analog-to-Digital (ADC) 16 bits
Command and control GigE Vision CameraLink
Digital output format 16 bit GigE Vision 16 bit base CameraLink
Trigger in or out via SMA (configurable) (not for 9Hz) in or out via SMA or CL-CC1 (configurable)

Broad range of accessories available

Lens & filter options


  • Xeneth
  • Xeneth SDK (optional)
  • Xeneth Labview SDK (optional)


Application notes
Thermal electronics inspection Xenics thermal cameras can detect heat defects in electronics before qualification, saving a considerable amount of time and money. The cameras can also be used for critical control of heat dissipation in a working instrument to optimize its life-cycle.
360° Perimeter Security FOVEA, a 360° surveillance system based on the Gobi-640, is an efficient and cost-friendly monitoring system to keep your property safe, day and night.
Haas Laser Technologies partners with Xenics Using a Gobi-640-GigE microbolometer camera from Xenics, Haas Laser Technologies, Inc. has developed a compact, all passive optical design laser beam analyser for focused laser beams from a CO2 laser with wavelength range from 9.3 to 10.6 μm.
Press Releases
High resolution Gobi-640 determines healing prospects of burn wounds Medical infrared imaging - High resolution thermal camera Gobi-640 determines the healing prospects of burn wounds.
Thermal imaging for monitoring rolling element bearings To be reliably operated off-shore wind turbines need an assured downtime and maintenance pattern to keep costs low. A monitoring project carried out by the authors uses an infrared (LWIR) thermal camera placed in the drive trains of such turbines and focusing on their spherical roller bearings.
Laser beam profiling and infrared cameras In this white paper, we will address the general need for laser beam profile analysis. Further, we will briefly describe laser beam analysis instruments and give an overview of laser applications, in particular for infrared wavelengths.
Technical documents
T3 Gobi - GigE D This file contains all the technical documents for the Gobi GigE camera.
T3 Gobi - CL D This file contains all the technical documents for the Gobi CL camera.

World's first InGaAs camera photon emission microscope

Xenics enabled Semicaps to realize the world's first InGaAs camera photon emission microscope in 2004. Since then Xenics and sInfraRed have supported us in our endeavors for better sensitivity and resolution in photon and thermal emission microscopy.

Chua Choon Meng, CEO Semicaps