Product selector guide

New! Tigris-640

High speed MWIR camera extendable into the SWIR realm
Affordable SWIR camera targets cost-sensitive volume markets
Extremely short 100 nsec integration time for SWIR gated imaging
Smallest SWIR CameraLink camera with low noise and dark current
Low noise and dark current with fast data transfer over GigE Vision
New 800 Hz version
Cheetah-640CL TE3 for low light level imaging and spectroscopy
Fast transfer of high resolution images for accurate thermal analysis
Smallest SWIR CameraLink line scan camera with excellent sensitivity
Smallest SWIR GigE Vision line-scan camera with excellent sensitivity
Lynx Smallest GigE/CL Line-Scan SWIR Camera
World’s highest resolution SWIR line-scan camera with excellent sensitivity
World’s highest resolution SWIR line-scan camera with excellent sensitivity
Smallest SWIR CameraLink line-scan camera with excellent sensitivity
Smallest SWIR GigE Vision line-scan camera with excellent sensitivity
Smallest rugged LWIR camera withstanding harsh industrial environments
For temperature measurements in the toughest conditions
Highly stabilized and superior optical performance for long range monitoring
SWIR OEM module designed for cost-sensitive volume markets
Extremely short 100 nsec integration time for SWIR gated imaging
XSW ready-to-integrate SWIR OEM Module
Ready-to-integrate SWIR OEM module consuming ultra-low-power
Ready-to-integrate thermal OEM module consuming ultra-low-power
Cooled and stable Xeva-1.7-320 for excellent image quality research
Stable TE3-cooled SWIR research where every photon counts
Cooled and stable for excellent VisNIR image quality research
High-resolution and cooled Xeva-1.7-640 for excellent image quality research
Superior performance for reliable research
Superior performance for reliable research

Professional service, knowledge and advice!

Secure in Air appreciates the professional service, knowledge and advice of Xenics in implementing the Gobi camera in our project GeoCampro. Our client was more than satisfied with the results, looking for (thermal) defects in the railways. 

Robert de Nes, Secure in Air