Industrial Automation

Industrial Automation

In industry today, reliability and accuracy are crucial issues to cut costs and increase productivity and quality. Xenics infrared cameras are an important monitoring and control tool for continuous, real-time and on-line infrared imaging in production and plant processes.

 

 

Applications

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Application notes
Industrial image processing in the near infrared spectrum gains importance as analysis tool in production lines The Lynx-TE1 SWIR line-scan camera gains importance as a liable tool for non-destructive analysis in production lines.
OCT has evolved into a medical technique that returns a detail-rich cross-sectional image of living tissue OCT has evolved into a standard non-invasive technique yielding a detail-rich cross-sectional image of living tissue.
Space developments resulting in industrial camera platforms Xenics, involved in several space projects such as Proba-V, is responsible for the design and development of the short-wave infrared detectors. A novel high resolution InGaAs line-scan camera from Xenics conquers many applications in the near infrared.
Press Releases
Xenics is extending its range of products to the security and high end thermography markets Xenics is extending its range of products to the very promising, high-volume security and high end thermography markets (2010)
Xenics Introduces "Serval" IP67 Ruggedized LWIR Camera Xenics will introduce its newly developed Serval, a small-form-factor, maintenance-free thermal LWIR camera for industrial use. Serval is based on the proven Xenics Gobi-GigE series and targets demanding applications in harsh environments.

Extreme compact size and low weight

Given the extremely compact size and low weight of the Xenics XS-1.7-320 SWIR camera it was extremely easy to integrate it into our existing optical setup.

University of Strathclyde