Research & Development
Xenics’ advanced infrared cameras feature high quality and high performance in all major IR wavelength ranges for the most demanding research applications.
SWIR or Short-Wave infrared imaging covers the wavelength range from 700 nm to approximately 2500 nm and is suitable for low light applications.
SWIR spectroscopy is a valuable tool to classify products. SWIR microscopy is typically used to inspect micro-electronic circuits on chip or wafer level.
Laser gated imaging with short integration time allows imaging at long ranges through haze, smoke, fog or dust.
Low-light-level imaging in semiconductor microscopy applications is used for fault localization in microelectronic failure analysis.
High speed imaging is taking pictures at a high frame rate using a short exposure time. We offer the world’s fastest SWIR InGaAs camera and versatile MWIR cameras.
Homeland security is mainly focused on critical infrastructure protection. Image fusion is a great technique as it combines SWIR and LWIR images, resulting in the best of both worlds.
Thermography is widely used in applications where contact-thermometry cannot be used to measure temperature.