SPECIM Launches New LWIR Camera

Feb. 6, 2024
LWIR hyperspectral line scan camera designed for variety of machine vision applications, including inspections.

SPECIM recently launched a new long-wave infrared hyperspectral line scan camera, the FX 120.

The camera features 160 spectral bands and covers the LWIR spectral range of 7.7 to 12.3 µm. It has a 100 nm spectral resolution, 30 µm pixel size, and frame rate of 240 fps. It has a Signal to Noise Ratio of 2500:1/3000:1, at maximum true signal/signal noise. It uses GigE Vision and custom ethernet interface and GeniCam and JSON-RPC protocols.

The camera’s fore lens options include OLEL43 and OLEL32, with 24° and 32° FOV, respectively, and uses a custom mount lens mount. The camera has a footprint of 250 x 300 x 220 mm, has mounting surface options on two sides, and weighs 15 kg. Rated IP40, the camera can operate in temperatures from 5°C to 40°C and in up to 95% non-condensing relative humidity.

The camera is designed for a variety of machine vision tasks, including environmental analysis, thermal anomaly detection, and inspection applications.

To Learn More:

Contact: SPECIM

Headquarters: Oulu, Finland

Product: FX 120 LWIR camera

Key Features: Full LWIR spectral range, 100 nm spectral resolution, 240 fps frame rate

What SPECIM says: View more information on FX 120 LWIR camera.

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