Xenics

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Leuven BE-3001
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Xenics designs and markets infrared imagers, cores and cameras to support machine vision, scientific & advanced research, transportation, process monitoring, safety & security and medical applications. Offering a complete portfolio of line-scan and area-scan products for the vSWIR, SWIR, MWIR and LWIR ranges.

Products

Manx Sq And R
Manx Sq And R
Manx Sq And R
Manx Sq And R
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Cameras

Manx R Series

The Manx rectangular (R) is a high-performance short-wave infrared (SWIR) camera providing high speed and quality linescan imaging. At unprecedented line rates of up to 256 kHz...
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Image sensors

Wildcat 640 Series

The Wildcat 640 series is based on an in-house developed, temperature stabilised InGaAs detector with a 640 x 512 pixel resolution. The Wildcat 640 cameras are offered with high...
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Dione Cam
Dione Cam
Dione Cam
Dione Cam
Cameras

Dione 640 CAM Series

The Dione 640 CAM series is based on an uncooled 12 μm pitch microbolometer detector with a 640×480 resolution and NETD of less than 60 mK. The camera cores are optimized for ...

Press Releases

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Cameras

Xenics introduces unparalleled shutter-less uncooled LWIR core

Xenics, Europe’s leading developer and manufacturer of advanced infrared sensors, cameras and customized imaging solutions, ranging from the short-wave (SWIR) to long-wave (LWIR...
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Cameras

Xenics introduces Manx R series SWIR camera

The Manx R camera series has been announced today as the latest linescan shortwave infrared (SWIR) cameras from Xenics, Europe’s leading developer and manufacturer of advanced...
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Cameras

Xenics introduces the WILDCAT 640 SWIR camera

The WILDCAT 640 camera has been announced today as the latest shortwave infrared (SWIR) camera from Xenics, Europe’s leading developer and manufacturer of advanced infrared sensors...

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Detectors & Imaging

SWIR cameras have integrable optical filter option

The Wildcat+ 640 TE0 200 and Wildcat+ 640 WL 200 shortwave-infrared (SWIR) cameras both feature 45 e- readout noise and 20 µm pixel pitch.
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Detectors & Imaging

SWIR camera is sensitive from 0.4 to 1.7 µm

The Wildcat+ 1280 SWIR camera features a 5 µm pitch sensor, SXGA format (1280 × 1024), and 129 Hz maximum frame rate.
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Detectors & Imaging

LWIR camera core meets SWaP-C requirements with 50 mK sensitivity

Dione 1024 is an uncooled XGA (1024 × 768) longwave-infrared (LWIR) camera core, designed to meet SWaP-C requirements with 50 mK sensitivity.
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Detectors & Imaging

LWIR camera is available in four optical versions

The Ceres T 640 longwave-infrared (LWIR) camera is based on a 12 µm pitch microbolometer focal-plane array for thermography applications.
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Detectors & Imaging

Xenics SWIR camera has uses in machine vision applications

The Manx SQ 2048 SWIR camera series provides line-scan imaging at speeds of up to 390 kHz line rate.
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FIGURE 1. Shown is the top view of the high-speed XLIN-FC linear SWIR array that achieves line rates up to 400 kHz for 512-, 1024-, or 2048-pixel resolutions.
FIGURE 1. Shown is the top view of the high-speed XLIN-FC linear SWIR array that achieves line rates up to 400 kHz for 512-, 1024-, or 2048-pixel resolutions.
FIGURE 1. Shown is the top view of the high-speed XLIN-FC linear SWIR array that achieves line rates up to 400 kHz for 512-, 1024-, or 2048-pixel resolutions.
FIGURE 1. Shown is the top view of the high-speed XLIN-FC linear SWIR array that achieves line rates up to 400 kHz for 512-, 1024-, or 2048-pixel resolutions.
FIGURE 1. Shown is the top view of the high-speed XLIN-FC linear SWIR array that achieves line rates up to 400 kHz for 512-, 1024-, or 2048-pixel resolutions.
Detectors & Imaging

Photodetectors: 4th International WORKshop on Infrared Technologies highlights IR photodetector advances

Whether type-II superlattice or other exotic semiconductor architecture forced to operate in cryogenic, room-temperature, or hot conditions, infrared photodetectors are advancing...
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Detectors & Imaging

SWIR detectors from Xenics have high quantum efficiency

The XLIN-FC linescan SWIR InGaAs detectors include the FC R with rectangular pixels for spectroscopy applications and the FC SQ with square pixels for machine vision.
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Detectors & Imaging

LWIR camera from Xenics has utility in harsh industrial environments

The Serval-640-GigE ruggedized uncooled LWIR camera is designed for thermography and thermal imaging in harsh industrial environments.
FIGURE 1. The Xenics Cougar camera contains an InGaAs focal plane detector suited for image capture in the shortwave-infrared (SWIR).
FIGURE 1. The Xenics Cougar camera contains an InGaAs focal plane detector suited for image capture in the shortwave-infrared (SWIR).
FIGURE 1. The Xenics Cougar camera contains an InGaAs focal plane detector suited for image capture in the shortwave-infrared (SWIR).
FIGURE 1. The Xenics Cougar camera contains an InGaAs focal plane detector suited for image capture in the shortwave-infrared (SWIR).
FIGURE 1. The Xenics Cougar camera contains an InGaAs focal plane detector suited for image capture in the shortwave-infrared (SWIR).
Spectroscopy

Raman Spectroscopy/Camera Technology: Melanoma detection with SWIR Raman spectroscopy

Advanced detector technology has facilitated applying SWIR spectroscopy to the examination of darkly pigmented tissue.
Spectroscopy

Extending into North American IR spectroscopy market, Xenics and Laser Components enter into partnership

Xenics and Laser Components have signed an agreement that further extends Xenics into the North American IR spectroscopy market.

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Executive Forum

Photonics Business Moves: September 15, 2023

Here are five of the top photonics business moves that made headlines during the week ending September 15, 2023.
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Detectors & Imaging

SWIR camera from Xenics produces 12-bit images

An 800 Hz version of the Cheetah-640-CL shortwave-infrared (SWIR) camera is designed for high-speed imaging.
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Detectors & Imaging

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

The Serval thermal longwave infrared camera offers a scalable detector size of 384 × 288 or 640 × 480 pixels.
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A 10-cm-diameter fiber-optic interrogator is shown after embedding in a protective epoxy shell; the shell has a shape optimized for minimal impact on composite structural strength.
A 10-cm-diameter fiber-optic interrogator is shown after embedding in a protective epoxy shell; the shell has a shape optimized for minimal impact on composite structural strength.
A 10-cm-diameter fiber-optic interrogator is shown after embedding in a protective epoxy shell; the shell has a shape optimized for minimal impact on composite structural strength.
A 10-cm-diameter fiber-optic interrogator is shown after embedding in a protective epoxy shell; the shell has a shape optimized for minimal impact on composite structural strength.
Fiber Optics

European SMARTFIBER project produces miniaturized fiber-optical monitoring system that can be embedded in composite material

Nanoelectronics research center imec (Leuven, Belgium), Ghent University (Ghent, Belgium), and their partners in the European FP7 project SMARTFIBER have demonstrated the first...
The suitability of various imaging technologies as reconnaissance tools is compared (a). Test results of an SWIR camera in different weather conditions are compared to those of other camera options (b).
The suitability of various imaging technologies as reconnaissance tools is compared (a). Test results of an SWIR camera in different weather conditions are compared to those of other camera options (b).
The suitability of various imaging technologies as reconnaissance tools is compared (a). Test results of an SWIR camera in different weather conditions are compared to those of other camera options (b).
The suitability of various imaging technologies as reconnaissance tools is compared (a). Test results of an SWIR camera in different weather conditions are compared to those of other camera options (b).
The suitability of various imaging technologies as reconnaissance tools is compared (a). Test results of an SWIR camera in different weather conditions are compared to those of other camera options (b).
Detectors & Imaging

IR IMAGING: SWIR cameras spot unwanted activities through fog and at night

Around-the-clock surveillance in any weather is a necessity for many military and emergency services.
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XSW-640 module from Xenics
XSW-640 module from Xenics
XSW-640 module from Xenics
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Software

IR detectors from Xenics are optimized for SWIR

The XSW-640 module provides infrared (IR) detection for active and passive night vision systems.
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Backside images of memory devices, with photon emission overlay for fault localization were taken with SWIR InGaAs cameras.
Backside images of memory devices, with photon emission overlay for fault localization were taken with SWIR InGaAs cameras.
Backside images of memory devices, with photon emission overlay for fault localization were taken with SWIR InGaAs cameras.
Backside images of memory devices, with photon emission overlay for fault localization were taken with SWIR InGaAs cameras.
Backside images of memory devices, with photon emission overlay for fault localization were taken with SWIR InGaAs cameras.
Detectors & Imaging

FOCAL PLANE ARRAYS: SWIR InGaAs FPA enables photon emission failure analysis

Cooled, very sensitive detectors are critical for low-light-level measurements in spectroscopy, fluorescence imaging, and photon emission measurements, including semiconductor...
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Spectroscopy

SWIR detector from Xenics for high-resolution spectroscopy

The XFPA-1.7-640-LN2 is a liquid nitrogen-(LN2) cooled SWIR detector.
FIGURE 1. Ranges of penetration depth and resolution are compared for four methods of analyzing depth structures.
FIGURE 1. Ranges of penetration depth and resolution are compared for four methods of analyzing depth structures.
FIGURE 1. Ranges of penetration depth and resolution are compared for four methods of analyzing depth structures.
FIGURE 1. Ranges of penetration depth and resolution are compared for four methods of analyzing depth structures.
FIGURE 1. Ranges of penetration depth and resolution are compared for four methods of analyzing depth structures.
Optics

OPTICAL COHERENCE TOMOGRAPHY: OCT supports industrial nondestructive depth analysis

Well known as a valuable tool in the medical and biophotonics fields, optical coherence tomography is also becoming important for industrial uses such as process control.
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FIGURE 1. Flexible thin-film solar cells can be mounted on curved-shaped roofs and building facades such as the tower shown in the background.
FIGURE 1. Flexible thin-film solar cells can be mounted on curved-shaped roofs and building facades such as the tower shown in the background.
FIGURE 1. Flexible thin-film solar cells can be mounted on curved-shaped roofs and building facades such as the tower shown in the background.
FIGURE 1. Flexible thin-film solar cells can be mounted on curved-shaped roofs and building facades such as the tower shown in the background.
Lasers & Sources

PHOTOVOLTAICS: Short-wave infrared cameras characterize thin-film solar cells

Electroluminescence analysis accelerates development and improves quality of thin-film photovoltaics.