Low Dark Current Cameras Ideal for Low Light Imaging
Luc DeBroucke, CEO of Xenics USA, told us about Xenics’ initiative to develop NIR InGaAs cameras that feature not just low noise, but also low dark current at Optics and Photonics in 2013.
New SWIR Detector Set For Space Launch
Raf Vandermissen, CEO of sInfraRed (a Xenics company) introduces us to the Xlin 1.7-3000 line-scan SWIR detector.
Linescan, SWIR, MWIR, LWIR, And InGaAs Cameras For Many Applications
Stuart Cohen of Xenics walks us through the company’s line of linescan, SWIR, MWIR, LWIR, and InGaAs cameras.
Cameras, Modules, And Detectors For Various Applications
Stuart Cohen, sales manager for Xenics USA, shows us a 1.3 megapixel SWIR detector for UAV/UAS, image fusion, skin diagnostics, and high resolution imaging spectroscopy applications and much more.
Live From SPIE DSS 2012: Xenics Presents Versatile Cameras And Modules For A Variety Of Applications
Bob Grietens, CEO of Xenics, shows us a high-resolution thermal OEM module (XTM-640), a high-resolution SWIR module (XSW-640), and an uncooled InGaAs camera (Bobcat-320-Gated). The two modules can be used in a broad range of applications including thermal security, police surveillance, border security, vision enhancement, camouflage detection, and more. The camera is ideal for applications such as light bulb inspection (which can be seen in the video), laser beam profiling, R&D SWIR, and more.
Live From Photonics West 2012: Cameras For Laser, OCT, GigE Vision Markets Make Debut
Luc DeBrouckere, PhD, CEO of Xenics USA, tells us about the innovative new cameras on display at the company’s Photonics West booth. Among them were: an InGaAs camera for the laser market with exposure times as small as 80 nanoseconds, two cameras for the OCT market, and several small cameras for the GigE Vision arena.
Live From SPIE Optics + Photonics 2011: Xenics Camera Demonstrations
Bob Grietens, CEO of Xenics, demonstrates several cameras that were on display at the show, including the Onca family, which holds cooled infrared engines, both in the midwave and in the long wave, even in the very long wave, going up to more than 11 microns.