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Bobcat 640 Series

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Xenics
Ambachtenlaan 44
B-3001 Leuven
Belgium

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Bobcat 640 Series
  • Type: InGaAs
  • Sensor Width (pixels): 640
  • Sensor Height (pixels): 512
  • Scan Type & Rate: Area
  • Frames (fps) at Max. Res.: 100
  • Interface: GigE, Camera Link
  • Color/Mono.: Monochrome
  • Spectral Range: NIR, SWIR
  • Applications: Industrial, Military, Scientific Research
  • Feature: Low noise
  • Feature: Low dark current
  • Feature: Gain modes

The Bobcat 640 series is based on an in-house developed, temperature stabilized InGaAs detector with a 640 x 512 pixel resolution.

The Bobcat 640 cameras are offered with high frame rate of 100 Hz. The camera features low weight and power.

We offer a visible enhanced short-wave infrared (vSWIR) option for extended wavelength response into the visible band.
Bobcat 640 Series
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