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Introduction of Applied Infrared Sensing

Applied Infrared Sensing is your local source of expertise in the hyperspectral, infrared and thermal imaging world. Our specialists have been working with infrared technologies since 1996 in Australia and overseas. The business in its current form has operated since early 2004 and received various industry awards and recognitions including the highly regarded Defence Recognised Supplier status. Talk to us about your project needs and use our experience combined with knowledge of our global suppliers/manufacturers..

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Low Cost Stress Analysis with Xenics Gobi

Read More DST Group in Australia created Microbolometer Thermoelastic Evaluation
(MiTE) compatible with Xenics Gobi 640 GigE infrared camera.
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NEW! WiDy SenS Wide Dynamic Range SWIR Camera

WiDySenS features breakthrough SWIR Dual mode InGaAs sensor
(both Linear &Logarithmic response). This brings high sensitivity
and very wide dynamic range which traditional SWIR camera
technology cannot deliver.

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Bobcat 320 TE0 and WL Series

The Bobcat 320 TE0 and WL series are based on an in-house
developed, uncooled InGaAs detector with a 320 x 256 pixel
resolution.

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Wildcat 640 Series

Small, high performance InGaAs camera with low noise and high dynamic range The Wildcat 640 series is based on an in-house developed, temperature stabilised InGaAs detector with a 640 x 512 pixel resolution. The Wildcat 640 cameras are offered with high frame rate of up to 220 Hz. The camera comes with a CameraLink or […]

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Xenics improves SWIR detector quality by lowering dark current

Xenics, Europe’s leading developer and manufacturer of advanced infrared detectors, cameras and customized imaging solutions from the SWIR to the LWIR realm Xenics has recently increased production capabilities, added extra clean room space, reviewed processing techniques and modernized equipment. First evidence of this improved and upgraded manufacturing process is the significant reduction of dark current […]

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Demonstrations in Australia and New Zealand

The demonstrations are planned in the period of June – August, and some of the equipment may be available for short trial and rent. Contact us for details. We are planning to demonstrate the following equipment in Australia and New Zealand: Telops unique HyperCam 8-12um hyperspectral imaging Resonon new economical but powerful Pica-L 400-1000nm Benchtop […]

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Dione 640 Series

Leuven, Belgium, 13th July 2020 — The Dione 640 has been announced today as the new long wave infrared (LWIR) core from Xenics, Europe’s leading developer and manufacturer of advanced infrared sensors, cameras and customized imaging solutions from the shortwave infrared (SWIR) to the LWIR realm. Dione 640 is a LWIR thermal imaging core optimized […]

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General purpose thermography cameras

The Telops SPARK line of cooled MWIR cameras are designed for high-performance in general purpose thermography applications. Available in both VGA and HD detector formats, SPARK cameras can be configured to meet your specific measurement requirements. When combined with the powerful yet intuitive RevealIR acquisition software, the user is able to control all aspects of […]

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Lynx-CL and GigE: High resolution, high speed uncooled SWIR line-scan camera

Smallest SWIR CameraLink line-scan camera with excellent sensitivity. With three resolution options ranging from 512 x 1, 1024 x 1 up to 2048 x 1 pixels, the Lynx-CL provides you with high resolution information about your quality assurance measurements. The Lynx-CL line-scan camera has a line rate of up to 40 kHz for the Lynx-512-CL […]

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Lynx TE1 cooled: Extremely sensitive infrared line-scan camera

High speed SWIR linescan camera for ultra precise measurements. With three resolution options ranging from 512, 1024 up to 2048 pixels, the Lynx offers worldwide the highest short wave infrared resolution at pixel formats from the smallest in the world of 12.5 x 12.5 μm² to 250 μm high rectangular pixels. In addition the Lynx […]

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