Versatile SWIR T2SL Camera up to 2.35 um

Versatile SWIR T2SL Camera up to 2.35 um

20/01/2015

XEVA-2.35-320 TE4 T2SL shortwave-infrared camera from Xenics delivers superior performance for the most advanced R&D application

Leuven, Belgium, 20 January, 2015 – The XEVA-2.35-320 TE4 has been announced today as the latest shortwave-infrared image camera of Leuven-based Xenics, Europe's leading developer and manufacturer of advanced infrared detectors, cameras and customized imaging solutions from the LWIR to the visible realm. The thermo-electrically cooled infrared camera features T2SL infrared detection technology and delivers superb performance in the 1.0 to 2.35 um wavelength region for hyperspectral imaging or laser beam analysis. At Photonics West, Xenics will exhibit in Booth# 834

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Versatile SWIR T2SL Camera up to 2.35 um The XEVA-2.35-320 TE4 has been announced today as the latest shortwave-infrared image camera of Leuven-based Xenics. The thermo-electrically cooled infrared camera features T2SL infrared detection technology and delivers superb performance in the 1.0 to 2.35 um wavelength region for hyperspectral imaging or laser beam analysis. At Photonics West, Xenics will exhibit in Booth# 834

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