Xenics has announced the launch of an 800 Hz (800 fps) version of its Cheetah-640-CL SWIR camera, which fills the gap between the currently available 400 Hz and 1730 Hz versions. The main advantage of the 800 Hz version over the faster 1730 Hz version, according to Xenics, is the ability to output 12-bit images via a standard Camera Link medium interface. The thermoelectrically-cooled Camera Link camera features a 640 x 512InGaAs Focal Plane Array (FPA) with a 20 µm pixel size and Capacitor TransImpedance Amplifier (CTIA) topology and is sensitive in the 0.9 μm to 1.7 μm range (VisNIR optional 0.4 to 1.7 μm). The Cheetah-640-CL camera is designed specifically for high speed imaging in the SWIR band.
To Learn More:
Headquarters: Leuven, Belgium
Product: 800 Hz version of its Cheetah-640-CL SWIR camera
Key features: 640 x 512InGaAs Focal Plane Array (FPA) with a 20 µm pixel size and Capacitor TransImpedance Amplifier (CTIA) topology, 800 Hz speed, sensitive in the 0.9 μm to 1.7 μm range.
Share new products that you think are particularly interesting or helpful by contacting James Carroll, Senior Web Editor, Vision Systems Design.