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  1. World’s Fastest InGaAs Linescan Cameras: Manx SQ Series
    7/17/2019

    Xenics offers the Manx SQ series of the world’s fasted InGaAs linescan cameras with line rates of 260 kHz for high speed and quality linescan imaging. With up to 2048 pixel resolution, excellent dynamic range, and the lowest noise performance record for a 2048 pixel SWIR line camera, this imager is ideal for silicon wafer inspection, TFT screen inspection, food and agricultural produce sorting, and other industrial applications.

  2. 2.8 MP HDR CMOS Sensor For Challenging Environments: 3U3MRXSAAC
    6/25/2019

    Canon’s new 3U3MRXSAAC is a 2.8 MP CMOS sensor equipped with an HDR drive function that achieves a wide 120 dB range at low noise levels. The sensor’s wide range results in a greater ability to extract usable information, even in situations where there is a substantial difference between the lightest and darkest areas of an image.

  3. High Resolution Uncooled Thermal Camera: Gobi 640 Series
    5/28/2019

    The Gobi 640 series of high-resolution, uncooled thermal cameras feature 640 x 480 pixel resolution and are ideal for applications involving accurate temperature measurement, NDT lock-in thermography, real-time process control and monitoring, quality control/assurance, and semiconductor inspection. Where image quality is crucial, the Gobi+, an improved version of the Gobi camera, offers increased frame rates of 60 Hz, as well as lowered 50 mK NETD detector noise.

  4. Uncooled Thermal OEM Module: XTM 640
    5/28/2019

    Xenics introduces the XTM 640 uncooled thermal OEM module with unique image quality and stability for a broad range of OEM applications including security, night vision, firefighting, airborne and land-based reconnaissance, and surveillance. For applications with increased imaging requirements, the XTM+, an improved version, offers increased frame rates of 60 Hz, as well as lowered 50 mK NETD detector noise.

  5. FLIR Research Studio: Designed To Work The Way You Do
    5/9/2019

    The new FLIR Research Studio is a powerful, yet simple to use software for analyzing how thermal imagery changes over time. Designed to work the way you work, the software makes thermal analysis faster, more convenient, and enables better teamwork. Whether a Windows, MacOS or Linux user, Research Studio provides customers with an easy way to quickly and efficiently display, record, and analyze accurate thermal data on their machine in any one of the available 22 languages. 

  6. 19 µm Pixel Single CMOS Sensor With Enhanced NIR Detection: 35MMFHDXSB
    5/2/2019

    Canon’s 35MMFHDXSB sensors are designed with deeper wells, resulting in an almost 45% increase in quantum efficiency (QE) at 800 nm verses the standard 19 µm pixel size sensor. Featuring 19µm pixel sizes available in monochrome (35MMFHDXSBM) or with a specialized RGB-NIR color filter array (35MMFHDXSBI), these CMOS sensors allow for expanded possibilities in a wide range of applications.

  7. 250 MP Resolution CMOS Sensor: 2U250MRXS
    5/2/2019

    Canon’s 2U250MRXS CMOS sensor offers 250 MP resolution capable of capturing detail 125 times greater than in full HD resolution at a fast frame rate of 5 FPS. This APS-H format sensor leverages a square pixel arrangement of 1.5 µm x 1.5 µm pixels with progressive reading of 1.5 µm pixels across 16 digital output channels to handle the enormous amount of image data created by roughly 250 million effective pixels.

  8. Ruggedized Multi-Head High-Speed Camera System: FASTCAM MH6
    4/26/2019

    Photron offers the new FASTCAM MH6 camera system perfectly designed for space- and weight-constrained environments, including in on-board vehicle safety testing and military testing applications. The MH6 camera head provides outstanding image quality with 1080 HD resolution at 1,000 frame per second and light sensitivity of ISO 5,000 color and ISO 12,500 monochrome.

  9. Active Thermography Solutions: TESTD Series
    4/24/2019

    Telops’ TESTD Series offers nondestructive testing solutions for the evaluation of materials, components, and assemblies. These non-contact IR methods are based on active thermography to detect damage from corrosion, delamination, decay, voids, inclusions, and other irregularities.

  10. SWIR Performance Camera For R&D Applications: FLIR A6260
    4/23/2019

    FLIR offers the A6260 imaging camera for SWIR science and R&D applications. Pairing high speed performance with fully customizable features, this high-resolution detector offers improved sensitivity and linearity across the full dynamic range, making it ideal for radiometry and temperature calibrated applications.