Xenics is a pioneer of path-breaking infrared technology with a proven track record of more than ten years. Xenics designs and markets infrared imagers, cores and cameras of best-in-class image quality to support innovative R&D, industrial automation, machine vision, process control and high-end security applications. The company offers a complete portfolio of line-scan and 2-D area-scan products for the VisNIR, SWIR, MWIR and LWIR ranges. A vertically integrated manufacturer with advanced production facilities and in-house know-how on detector, systems and software development, Xenics delivers state-of-the-art imaging solutions as well as specifically targeted and optimized custom designs. Due to its Western European location and a worldwide sales and service network, Xenics is able to support its customers with simplified export procedures.
Temporal multiplexing is an alternative approach to hyperspectral imaging that uses a fast LED technology. Instead of illuminating broadband an splitting the spectrum of light in the camera, a broadband sensitive chip is used, and the illumination spectrum is varied over time via fast triggering.
This white paper covers the use and benefits of SWNTs in a wide range of applications. Examples are offered on how cooled scientific SWIR InGaAs cameras are used to enable innovative technologies for luminescence-based imaging of nanotubes.
This application note discusses how Xenics’ InGaAs camera type Xeva 1.7 320 was used to detect very low power images from either a direct source or a beam reflected off an image plane, as was needed in this application.
Thermal imaging cameras can be utilized as powerful tools for semiconductor failure analysis. This application note discusses the value and effectiveness of using thermal lock-in when conducting semiconductor inspections.
High power CO2 lasers produce a beam of infrared light with wavelengths centering typically at 9.3 or 10.6 μm. Haas Laser Technologies, Inc. has developed a compact, all passive optical design laser beam analyzer for focused laser beams from a CO2 laser with wavelength range from 9.3 to 10.6 μm. In conjunction with a Fabry-Perot resonator and Xenics’ Gobi-640-GigE microbolometer camera, the new beam analyzer offers laser beam measurement and analysis for continuous-wave (CW) as well as pulsed lasers.
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Xenics, Europe's leading developer and manufacturer of advanced infrared detectors, cameras and customized imaging solutions from the SWIR to the LWIR realm, will return to participate in VISION. Perhaps the biggest machine vision trade fair in Europe for the year, Xenics will showcase a portfolio befitting this important bi-yearly event. The company’s best line-up of infrared cameras for the industrial market will be presented. A brand new InGaAs linear camera, the Manx series, will be announced during the three-day event. Visitors will also be able to catch first glimpses of the Wildcat 640, an upcoming area-scan InGaAs camera series set for release next year.
Xenics, Europe's leading developer and manufacturer of advanced infrared detectors, cameras and customized imaging solutions from the SWIR to the LWIR realm, makes its way to Orlando for the SPIE Defense and Commercial Sensing Expo. Returning for the second time this year, the XLIN-FC high-speed SWIR line scan detectors series will be presented during the event.
Xenics announces today that it has been named the winner of the “Biggest Innovator in the Image Sensor Industry” category in Image Sensors Europe Awards 2018. Hailed as the leading European event to drive forward the future of sensor applications, the award acknowledges the most outstanding achievements of companies and individuals. The winners were announced aboard the ERASMUS on a Thames river cruise as part of an evening drinks reception for the three-day conference.
Xenics, Europe's leading developer and manufacturer of advanced infrared detectors, cameras and customized imaging solutions from the SWIR to the LWIR realm, is pleased to announce a significant improvement in the quality of its detectors and resulting cameras.
Xenics, Europe's leading developer and manufacturer of advanced infrared detectors, cameras and customized imaging solutions from the SWIR to the LWIR realm, once again return to San Francisco for the BiOS and Photonics West show. Expect to learn more about the latest in-house developed XLIN-FC series, during the two events. Set to revolutionize and open new possibilities in SWIR imaging, the XLIN-FC detectors are ultra-high speed SWIR line scan detectors suitable for applications in machine vision and spectroscopy. Xenics exhibits in booths 8512 (BiOS) and 2235 (Photonics West) at the Moscone Center.
Raf Vandermissen of Xenics spoke to us at Photonics West 2018 about these innovative technologies that enable new applications for SWIR linescan detectors, including their new XLIN-FC.
Raf Vandersmissen with Xenics spoke to us about how read noise and dark current can impact performance parameters in SWIR detectors – specifically as it relates to sensitivity, dynamic range, and signal-to-noise ratio.
This video course will provide an overview of Xenics’ cooled family of Cougar cameras, the dark current associated with the Cougar, and the influence of target temperature and emissivity on the dark current measurements.
This course is an introductory session from Xenics Infrared Solutions for companies stepping into the thermography world. In this session, viewers will be made aware of basic IR concepts within infrared reflected light, thermal imaging, and thermography technologies, and the criteria and measurements involved with each of them.
Xenics' message at Photonics West in 2016 is straight and to point — low cost, and high speed.