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Xeva-1.7-640

Xeva-1.7-640 Image

Advanced research in SWIR imaging

High-resolution and cooled Xeva-1.7-640 for excellent image quality research

In one compact housing, the Xeva-1.7-640 digital camera combines a thermo-electrically cooled InGaAs detector head and the control and communication electronics.

The Xeva-1.7-640 unit is available with standard (up to 1,7 μm) InGaAs detector arrays and comes in various speed versions: 25 Hz and 90 Hz. It allows you to choose the most suitable detector camera configuration for your specific application. The camera head interfaces to a PC via standard USB 2.0 and CameraLink. Each camera is delivered with a graphical user interface, Xeneth, which offers direct access to various camera settings such as exposure time and operating temperature. The camera outputs 14 bit data. The software tools include two point uniformity correction and bad pixel replacement.

 

Benefits & features

  • High dynamic range
    A lot of detail between the brightest and darkest parts of an image
  • Stand alone operation
  • High definition images
  • Performance optimization
  • TrueNUC image correction
  • Thermal imaging of hot objects
  • Flexible programming in an open architecture

Designed for use in

  • Art inspection
  • R&D (SWIR range)
  • Hyperspectral imaging
  • Thermal imaging of hot objects (in the 300˚ C – 1200˚ C range)
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Xeva-1.7-640

Xeva-1.7-640 Image

Advanced research in SWIR imaging

High-resolution and cooled Xeva-1.7-640 for excellent image quality research

In one compact housing, the Xeva-1.7-640 digital camera combines a thermo-electrically cooled InGaAs detector head and the control and communication electronics.

The Xeva-1.7-640 unit is available with standard (up to 1,7 μm) InGaAs detector arrays and comes in various speed versions: 25 Hz and 90 Hz. It allows you to choose the most suitable detector camera configuration for your specific application. The camera head interfaces to a PC via standard USB 2.0 and CameraLink. Each camera is delivered with a graphical user interface, Xeneth, which offers direct access to various camera settings such as exposure time and operating temperature. The camera outputs 14 bit data. The software tools include two point uniformity correction and bad pixel replacement.

 

Benefits & features

  • High dynamic range
    A lot of detail between the brightest and darkest parts of an image
  • Stand alone operation
  • High definition images
  • Performance optimization
  • TrueNUC image correction
  • Thermal imaging of hot objects
  • Flexible programming in an open architecture

Designed for use in

  • Art inspection
  • R&D (SWIR range)
  • Hyperspectral imaging
  • Thermal imaging of hot objects (in the 300˚ C – 1200˚ C range)
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