Infrared camera from Xenics is sensitive in the MWIR range

Aimed at applications such as biomedical imaging, industrial process monitoring, non-destructive testing, research and development, and thermography, the Tigris-640 midwave infrared (MWIR) camera from Xenics is available in GigE Vision or Camera Link versions.

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Aimed at applications such as biomedical imaging,industrial process monitoring, non-destructive testing, research and development, and thermography, the Tigris-640 midwave infrared (MWIR)camera from Xenics is available in GigE Vision or Camera Link versions. The infrared camera features either an InSb or MCT infrared detector in a 640 x 512 format, with a pixel pitch of 15 µm: Tigris-640-MCT (3.7 – 4.8 µm spectral band), Tigris-640-MCT-BB (BroadBand) (1.5 – 6 µm), Tigris-640-InSb (3.6 – 4.9 µm), and Tigris-640-InSb-Bb (1.5 – 5.4 µm.) The Stirling-cooled cameras also feature a motorized filter wheel, external triggering, frame rates up to 250 fps in full frame, and a temperature measurement accuracy of +/- 2˚ C or +/- 2%.

To Learn More:

Contact: Xenics
Headquarters: Leuven, Belgium
Product: Tigris-640 midwave infrared camera
Key features: InSb or MCT infrared detector in a 640 x 512 format, with a pixel pitch of 15 µm, 250 fps, GigE Vision or Camera Link versions, Stirling-cooled.

What Xenics says:
View more information on the Tigris-640.

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