New ruggedized thermography camera and SWIR camera for volume applications

New ruggedized thermography camera and SWIR camera for volume applications

28/08/2016

Leuven, Belgium / Boston, Massachusetts, 28 August 2016 --- Xenics comes to SPIE Optics + Photonics 2016 with a host of new developments. One of them being the new Serval-640-thermography which will be demonstrated at their booth. This ruggedized thermal (LWIR) camera is designed for industrial thermal imaging, thermography and process automation in harsh environments. In addition to the Serval-640-Thermography, the Bobcat-320 series of SWIR cameras will be demonstrated at the exhibition. Xenics exhibits in Booth 319 at the San Diego Convention Center.

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Ruggedized thermography camera and SWIR camera for volume applications At SPIE Optics + Photonics 2016 Xenics launches its new Serval-640-thermography. This ruggedized thermal (LWIR) camera is designed for industrial thermal imaging, thermography and process automation in harsh environments. In addition to the Serval-640-Thermography, the Bobcat-320 series of SWIR cameras will be demonstrated at the exhibition.

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