Xenics newsflash September 2016

NEW! Serval-640-GigE Thermography

We are happy to announce the latest member of our Serval Series, the new Serval-640-GigE Thermography

We received a lot of requests from system integrators around the world looking for an easy-to-integrate thermography camera to use in their industrial installations. This new high resolution IP67 thermography camera is designed for temperature measurements in the toughest industrial environments.  

The Serval-640-GigE Thermography offers accurate temperature measurements in ranges of

  • -20°C to 120°C
  • 50°C to 400°C
  • 300°C to 1200°C
  • 1000°C to 2000°C

This broad range of calibrations guarantees thermography within a wide range of applications. 

The Serval-640-GigE Thermography will become available in the coming weeks, so keep an eye on our website and social media profiles. 

Please contact us in case you have questions

 

Interview with Raf Vandersmissen - Bobcat-320 Series

Raf Vandersmissen, Product Manager at Xenics and CEO of sInfraRed, spoke to AzoM about our new Bobcat-320 and its importance for the semiconductor inspection and IR laser beam analysis markets. 

In addition to talking about our Bobcat-320 Series Raf goes into detail on the use of SWIR cameras in:

  • Alignment of silicon wafers in wafer dicing
  • Crack inspection on solar cells
  • Hyperspectral imaging in the food sorting industry
  • Thermal imaging in the glass industry
  • Laser gated imaging  

 

Read the entire interview here

Laser gated imaging - Application Note

Since the 1960s studies have been done to use laser gated imaging for night vision. As an active imaging technique, laser gated imaging does not rely on any natural light sources such as sunlight or thermal emissions. It is a technique that can be used for imaging through atmospheric obscurants such as smoke, haze, fog and dust.

In the last decades significant improvements have been made on light source efficiency and detector technology. Furthermore, laser gated imaging is now often used in long-range observation for security and target identification, imaging in adverse weather and/or atmospheric conditions, active polarimetry and 3D imaging.

 

Read the complete application note here

Thermal camera cores for reconnaissance robots

Reconnaissance robots are omnipresent in today’s military operations. They come in all sizes, weights and shapes and are used for many different applications. As they are remotely controlled, the use of a reconnaissance robot means less risk for the user and even grants access to sites that are inaccessible to humans.

PIAP, a Polish industrial research institute for automation and measurements, integrated our XTM-640 on their FENIX. This light reconnaissance robot is designed for military reconnaisance teams and is now available with a thermal camera core for thermal imaging 24/7. 

 

Read the complete customer story here