Small uncooled camera covering visible to near infrared
XS VisNIR from Xenics
XS VisNIR is a small, uncooled but good performing near infrared camera. The camera is offered as a triggered high speed and an analogue output version. A broad band VisInGaAs detector allows to cover the visible and near infrared wavelength band.
|400 nm - 1700 nm broad band detector|
|Two speed versions: 60 Hz and 100 Hz|
|Available with standard InGaAs detector arrays working up to 1.7 μm|
|Good image performance|
|SDK for own programming available|
The XS VisNIR camera family is available with the broad band VisInGaAs detector arrays covering the wavelength range 400nm to 1.7 μm. The cameras come in a 60 Hz and 100 Hz speed version. They allow you to choose the most suitable detector camera configuration for your specific research application. The camera head interfaces to a PC via standard USB 2.0. The Trigger version is equipped with a trigger-in interface. Each camera is delivered with a graphical user interface, which offers direct access to various camera settings such as exposure time and gain setting. The camera outputs 14-bit data. The software tools include two-point uniformity correction and bad pixel replacement.