Thermal imaging systems

  • 19-Jun-2008 02:17 EDT
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The Cheetah thermal imaging system from XenICs is a high-speed InGaAs focal-plane-array camera for applications such as thermal imaging of high-temperature exhausts and catalysts. It covers the standard short-wave IR wavelength area (0.9 to 1.7 micron) with all control and communications circuitry located in one compact housing. The system can be operated stand-alone using the onboard memory (up to 16 GB) for fast data acquisition up to 1730 frames/s. Also introduced is the Gobi (pictured) uncooled microbolometer camera, a high-performance system for thermal imaging in industrial and night-vision applications. At real-time signal processing speed, Gobi covers the midrange IR spectrum (8 to 12 micron). The system offers high flexibility in terms of frame rate, user interface, and temperature range, enabling the user to adapt it to various tasks.

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