ABOUT XENICS

Xenics is a pioneer of path-breaking infrared technology with a proven track record of more than ten years. Xenics designs and markets infrared imagers, cores and cameras of best-in-class image quality to support innovative R&D, industrial automation, machine vision, process control and high-end security applications. The company offers a complete portfolio of line-scan and 2-D area-scan products for the VisNIR, SWIR, MWIR and LWIR ranges. A vertically integrated manufacturer with advanced production facilities and in-house know-how on detector, systems and software development, Xenics delivers state-of-the-art imaging solutions as well as specifically targeted and optimized custom designs. Due to its Western European location and a worldwide sales and service network, Xenics is able to support its customers with simplified export procedures.

ARTICLES

  • Laser Beam Profiling And Infrared Cameras

    One of the key parameters for understanding how a laser will perform in an application is the spatial intensity distribution. In many industial laser cutting or welding applications, monitoring the beam quality is critical for successful operation. The measurement of the beam can either be made during the design stage of the laser, or it might be more sufficient for continuous real-time monitoring during the laser’s operation. This white paper addresses the general need for laser beam profile analysis, describes laser beam analysis instruments, and provides an overview of laser applications, in particular for infrared wavelengths.

  • Short-Wave Infrared Cameras In Semiconductor Inspection Applications

    The semiconductor industry has grown to cover a wide variety of applications such as those with memory integrated circuits for PCs or mobile devices, solar cells, and many more electronic devices. Within the semiconductor industry, SWIR cameras can be used for inspecting the quality of pure semiconductor material after ingot growth, the alignment of a saw blade or laser, failure analysis, and other semiconductor inspection applications. This white paper discusses several applications of SWIR (short-wave infrared) cameras within semiconductor inspection applications, especially those that rely on the capability of SWIR cameras to see through semiconductor materials, such as silicon.

  • Short-Wave Infrared Adaptive Optics And Applications
    Short-Wave Infrared Adaptive Optics And Applications

    This article introduces adaptive optics and the benefits of using (short-wave) infrared cameras in wavefront sensing for applications including astronomy, laser communication, biological imaging microcopy, and retinal imaging in combination with optical coherence tomography.

  • Laser-Gated Imaging

    Laser-gated imaging is a technique for night vision that detects and recognizes targets at long range without the need for any natural light sources. This article discusses its general principles, as well as the advantages of imaging in different spectral bands in visible and infrared light.

  • Using Thermal Camera Cores For Reconnaissance Robots

    Reconnaissance robots are controlled remotely, which allows for access into normally inaccessible sites and reduces risks for users. The FENIX from PIAP is a light reconnaissance robot designed for detecting threats, and can observe, lift, and neutralize dangerous loads, and transport sabotage equipment.

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CONTACT INFORMATION

Xenics

Ambachtenlaan 44

BE-3001 Leuven, -

BELGIUM

Phone: +32/16/3899-00

Fax: +32/16/3899-01

Contact: sales@xenics.com --- See Below For North America Contacts

NORTH AND LATIN AMERICA

Xenics USA, Inc.
600 Cummings Center, Suite 166-Y
Beverly, MA 01915-6194

Phone: +1 978 969 1706
Fax: +1 978 998 4314
E-mail: sales@xenics-usa.com
Website: http://www.xenics.com

ASIA

sInfraRed Pte, Ltd: Sales, Manufacturing and Custom Solutions
Blk 28 Sin Ming Lane #06-143
Midview City , Singapore 573972

Phone: +65 6 47 666 48
Fax: +65 6 47 666 43
E-mail: sales@sinfrared.com
Website: http://www.sinfrared.com

RUSSIA

Xenics LLC - Representative and Service Center
Dmitrovskoye Highway, 9A/5
127434 Moscow

Phone: +7 985 763 4526
E-mail: info.rus@xenics.com
Website: http://www.xenics.com

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NEWS

  • Xenics At SPIE Optics And Photonics 2017
    Xenics At SPIE Optics And Photonics 2017

    Xenics, Europe's leading developer and manufacturer of advanced infrared detectors, cameras and customized imaging solutions from the SWIR to the LWIR realm, comes to SPIE Optics + Photonics 2017 to showcase its latest cameras.

  • Xenics at Laser World of Photonics

    Xenics, Europe's leading developer and manufacturer of advanced infrared detectors, cameras and customized imaging solutions from the SWIR to the LWIR realm, comes to Laser World of Photonics 2017 with its latest developments.

  • Tigris-640, Ready-To-Integrate OEM Modules At SPIE DCS 2017
    Tigris-640, Ready-To-Integrate OEM Modules At SPIE DCS 2017

    Xenics, Europe's leading developer and manufacturer of advanced infrared detectors, cameras and customized imaging solutions from the SWIR to the LWIR realm, comes to SPIE DCS 2017 to showcase its cameras for the security and commercial sensing market.

  • Xenics Introduces Serval-640-Gige Thermography Camera
    Xenics Introduces Serval-640-Gige Thermography Camera

    Xenics recently introduced the Serval-640-GigE Thermography as a new, ruggedized uncooled LWIR camera designed for thermography and thermal imaging in harsh industrial environments. The Serval-640-GigE Thermography is equipped with an uncooled microbolometer (a-Si) detector with a resolution of 640 x 480 pixels. It has a pixel pitch of 17 μm and a thermal sensitivity (NETD) of 55 mK. The Serval-640-GigE Thermography distinguishes itself from the Serval-640-GigE Imaging with its radiometric calibrations that allow the user to measure temperatures.

  • Xenics Receives Commodity Jurisdiction (CJ) Determination For Multiple ITAR Restricted Cameras

    Xenics has recently been granted Commodity Jurisdiction (CJ) approval for many of their ITAR restricted infrared cameras. This new CJ means that all SWIR cameras supplied by Xenics are now ITAR-free in the United States.

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VIDEOS

  • Key Specifications For SWIR Detectors
    Key Specifications For SWIR Detectors

    Raf Vandersmissen with Xenics spoke to us about how read noise and dark current can impact performance parameters in SWIR detectors – specifically as it relates to sensitivity, dynamic range, and signal-to-noise ratio.

  • Introductory Course On Cougar SWIR Cameras And Dark Current Measurements
    Introductory Course On Cougar SWIR Cameras And Dark Current Measurements

    This video course will provide an overview of Xenics’ cooled family of Cougar cameras, the dark current associated with the Cougar, and the influence of target temperature and emissivity on the dark current measurements.

  • Thermography Crash Course
    Thermography Crash Course

    This course is an introductory session from Xenics Infrared Solutions for companies stepping into the thermography world. In this session, viewers will be made aware of basic IR concepts within infrared reflected light, thermal imaging, and thermography technologies, and the criteria and measurements involved with each of them.

  • Low Cost, High Speed Imaging Solutions
    Low Cost, High Speed Imaging Solutions

    Xenics' message at Photonics West in 2016 is straight and to point — low cost, and high speed.

  • Integration Works Well Together
    Integration Works Well Together

    Xenics’ CEO Bob Grietens spent some time with us on day one of the DSS exhibition to show us some of their infrared imaging solutions for integration into pan and tilt systems, gimbal systems, as well as fixed imaging systems for applications in border protection/patrol, law enforcement, and homeland security.

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