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X-Scan Imaging, a manufacturer of CMOS segmented X-ray sensitive line scan detectors and cameras, has released the XL8800 L-shaped X-ray line scan camera designed for inspection of automotive cast aluminium wheels
XenICs has introduced two new digital, NIR, software-configurable cameras - XEVA-FPA-2.5-320 and Cheetah, based on a thermoelectrically stabilised sensor array in a compact housing.
XenICs has extended its product line of NIR image capture systems to include the fully digital, software-configurable camera XEVA-FPA-640, based on a thermoeletrically cooled InGaAs sensor array.
The XLIN series of InGaAs linear photodiode arrays are available as a hybrid assembly of photodiodes integrated with a charge-amplifying multiplexer, or ready-mounted into the compact and rigid XenICs XEVA-LIN digital camera.
XenICs has introduced the XLIN 1.7/2.2/2.5 series of InGaAs linear photodiode arrays, featuring high detectivity, linearity and uniformity with good stability and a wide dynamic range.
XenICs has developed a special chip thinning technology for extending the coverage of its SWIR cameras XEVA and XS into the visible realm.
XenICs has released its high-end, power PC-based, high-speed imaging system Cheetah, which is an InGaAs focal-plane array camera that covers the standard SWIR (short-wave infrared) wavelength area 0.9 to 1.7µm - with all control and communications c
XenICs has extended the wavelength areas of its proven high-detectivity and high-uniformity InSb detector cameras for the midwave infrared (MWIR) 3 to 5µm area. New broadband versions now cover the extended area 1 to 5µm.
Xenics has introduced the Gobi-384, an uncooled microbolometer camera covering the LWIR 8 to 14µm.
XenICs, a developer and manufacturer of advanced infrared detectors and customised imaging solutions, has introduced the Gobi-384, an uncooled microbolometer camera covering the LWIR 8-14µm.
Xenics' thermal imaging cameras have been engineered to incorporate the Quadrox standards-based platform of video management software
Xenics has launched the SWIR high-resolution InGaAs line scan camera, Lynx
Xenics has introduced XenicsCores, a family of high resolution infrared OEM-modules that offer easy integration and high image quality
Xenics has launched the Meerkat Fusionat, providing true fusion of images from different spectral ranges. This method offers decisive vision enhancement, which is especially needed in security applications
Xenics has released new Lynx SWIR cameras suitable for the medical market, offering a resolution of up to 1 x 2,048 pixels
Xenics has introduced a high-resolution liquid-nitrogen- (LN2) cooled SWIR detector, the XFPA-1.7-640-LN2
Xenics has released the Cougar-640, a high-performance InGaAs camera for extreme low light imaging applications in the shortwave infrared (SWIR) range
Ximea has released xiCOP USB 3.0 diagnostic software with its xiQ series of USB 3.0 industrial cameras
Ximea has introduced Linux compatibility for its USB 3.0 camera product line
Ximea has introduced the MU9 compact industrial camera line. The cameras offer high-resolution 5 Megapixel CMOS sensors with global shutter, USB 2.0 data interface, and free application programming interfaces
Ximea has introduced small 1.3 megapixel USB3 Vision greyscale and colour cameras
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