Targeting such applications as food inspection, laser beam analysis, quality control, and semiconductor inspection, the new Bobcat-320 infrared camera from Xenics will be on display at Photonics West in San Francisco from February 16-18. The SWIR camera features a 320 x 256 InGaAs infrared array with a 20 µm pixel size, is sensitive in the SWIR range from 900 to 1700 nm, and is available in three different configurations: a basic 100 Hz version, an advanced 400 Hz version and a 400 Hz version for gated imaging. Additionally, the camera features TE cooling, C-Mount lens mount, and is available in GigE and Camera Link configurations.
SPIE Photonics West booth number: 4441
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Headquarters: Leuven, Belgium
Product: Bobcat-320 infrared camera
Key features: 320 x 256 InGaAs infrared array, 20 µm pixel size, 100/400 fps frame rates, GigE or Camera Link interface option, TE cooling.
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