LWIR camera from Xenics is intended for industrial vision apps in harsh environments

Feb. 2, 2015
The Serval thermal longwave infrared camera offers a scalable detector size of 384 × 288 or 640 × 480 pixels.
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1501prod Xenics
1501prod Xenics
1501prod Xenics
1501prod Xenics

The Serval thermal longwave infrared (LWIR) camera offers a scalable detector size of 384 × 288 or 640 × 480 pixels, a large choice of lens configurations, and optional cooling on its housing, all combined with a very small form factor. Designed for industrial vision in harsh environments, the maintenance-free camera comes with an IP67 protection-grade enclosure.
Xenics
Leuven, Belgium
www.xenics.com

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