SWIR camera in SXGA format

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By Peter Clarke

The Wildcat+ 1280 from Xenics (Leuven, Belgium) is a short-wave infrared (SWIR) camera with a resolution of 1280 by 1024 pixels (SXGA format).

The camera is sensitive from visible to SWIR wavelength (0.4 micron to 1.7 micron) allowing customers to get both visible and SWIR information from one camera.

It has been designed for industrial vision applications such as inspection, laser beam profiling and 3D printing. The pixel pitch of 5-micron helps with laser beam profiling resolution.

The camera comes with CameraLink or USB3 Vision interfaces, with two triggers-in and two triggers-out and a temperature-stabilized focal-plane array. It has a 120Hz maximum frame rate and power consumption of less than 7W.

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