For stable medium to long range imaging, Xenics presents the stirling cooled XCO-640: an infrared module, based on a cooled MWIR engine with an ultra-low 25 mK NETD detector and configured with a high-performance zoom lens.

The zoom control over Serial Protocol together with advanced on-board image processing for increased contrast performance, makes the XCO-640 module the perfect fit for flexible and mobile observation platforms for law enforcement, homeland security and perimeter surveillance.

Full flexibility is offered with a multiple digital interface functionality such as GigE Vision and CameraLink. Digital and analog out are available simultaneously. The fast trigger in/out allows for easy synchronisation with other control systems. The exposure time is fully adjustable. Furthermore the high speed frame rate can be further increased in windowing mode.

This core will meet the requirements of the professional security market looking for specialty and customizable features.

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Especificações da câmera

Array Specifications

Array Specifications XCO-MCT-640 XCO-InSb-640
Array type MCT InSb
Spectral band 3.7 μm to 4.8 μm 3.6 μm to 4.9 μm
Resolution 640 x 512
Pixel pitch 15 μm
Array cooling Stirling cooled
Maximum frame rate (full frame) 120 Hz 300 Hz
Thermal sensitivity (NETD) 25 mK
Pixel operability > 99 %

Module Specifications

Module Specifications XCO-640
Focal length 15-330 mm f/4 (standard) 30-660 mm f/4 (optional)
Lens control Integrated in camera interface
Video output CameraLink GigE Vision PAL or NTSC
Module control Serial channel CameraLink XSP (Xeneth Serial Protocol) GigE Vision Serial control XSP (Xeneth Serial Protocol)
Trigger Trigger in and out; LVCMOS
Power requirements
Power consumption 25 W
Power supply 24 V
Physical characteristics
Weight module +/- 2 kg (lens not included)
Dimensions (W x H x L mmᵌ) 93 x 100 x 160

Novo Xeneth LabVIEW SDK

O kit de ferramentas LabVIEW para câmeras Xenics oferece exemplos de alto nível, bem como VIs de baixo nível, facilitando para os programadores a integração das câmeras Xenics em seus aplicativos escritos em LabVIEW.

Jan Šíma, gerente de desenvolvimento empresarial da ELCOM, a.s.