Modules & Components

Modules & Components

Because not every need can be solved with a standard camera, Xenics designs and develops a number of stand-alone infrared OEM modules, imagers and other components that are sold to manufacturers and system integrators worldwide.

Applications

  • Xenics offers rugged SWIR InGaAs camera cores that come with an intuitive digital interface for easy signal acquisition and camera tuning. Its small form factor, low weight and low power consumption allow an easy integration. Where its embedded image enhancement routines deliver the best image quality

  • A cooled thermal core is a camera engine that consists of a MWIR or LWIR Stirling cooled detector, electronics for interfacing and on-board image processing, a mechanical frame and a zoom lens (optionally).

  • Uncooled bolometer cores like our "XTM" are used in all sorts of applications. From R&D projects over industrial automation to homeland security

  • Xenics offers specialized products that range from Read-out Integrated Circuit (ROIC) wafers, photodiode arrays, unpackaged and packaged FPA’s to parts of cameras.

Documents

Press Releases
Xenics at SPIE DSS 2011: high performance infrared OEM modules for easy integration We offer high resolution infrared OEM modules in both SWIR (XSW-640) as LWIR (XTM-640) (2011)
Xenics sees strong growth ahead for OEM module business The OEM module business will grow strongly, especially in the security market. That is why we target the security market with our XenicsCores (2014)
Application notes
Xlin-1.7-3000 for earth observation The Xlin-1.7-3000 detector is specifically designed for earth observation to reveal lots of detailed information on vegetation, clouds, humidity and other atmospheric conditions.

Professional service, knowledge and advice!

Secure in Air appreciates the professional service, knowledge and advice of Xenics in implementing the Gobi camera in our project GeoCampro. Our client was more than satisfied with the results, looking for (thermal) defects in the railways. 

Robert de Nes, Secure in Air