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 USB3 Vision interface and features low weight and power.
The Wildcat 640 is suitable for SWIR hyperspectral imaging, semiconductor inspection and laser beam analysis.
Benefits & Features
• Frame rate up to 220 Hz
• High dynamic range
• Low noise and low dark current
• CameraLink or USB3 Vision interfacing options
|Wildcat 640 CL 100||Wildcat 640 U3V 100||Wildcat 640 CL 200||Wildcat 640 U3V 200|
|Approximate dimensions - excluding lens [width x height x length] [mm]||55 x 55 x 72||55 x 55 x 91.5||55 x 55 x 72||55 x 55 x 91.5|
|Weight [gr] - excluding lens||316||358||316||358|
|Optical interface||C-mount or M42||C-mount or M42||C-mount or M42||C-mount or M42|
|Connector USB||-||USB 3.0 type micro-B||-||USB 3.0 type micro-B|
|Connector CameraLink||Standard SDR||-||Standard SDR||-|
|Connector power/trigger/serial command||Lemo 1B.310 (unified connector)||Lemo 1B.310 (unified connector)||Lemo 1B.310 (unified connector)||Lemo 1B.310 (unified connector)|
Our cameras are compatible with a wide variety of lenses.
We do not manufacture our own lenses, but instead offer a variety of third-party lenses that can be purchased directly from us. We guarantee compatibility for any lenses purchased directly from Xenics.
|XEN-000676||Wildcat 640 CL 100|
|XEN-000662||Wildcat 640 U3V 100|
|XEN-000680||Wildcat 640 CL 200|
|XEN-000679||Wildcat 640 U3V 200|
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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 the data collection process.
All SPARK cameras feature Telops unique permanent radiometric calibration and the Automatic Exposure Control operating mode.
Key benefits include:
- High frame rate: Telops’ SPARK cameras go as fast as 14 000 fps, depending on the model and selected subwindow size
- Unique features and operational flexibility to obtain precise measurements over the entire operating range of the camera.
High-speed control and temperature monitoring.
Observation of cooling water system.
|Spectral Range||Spatial Resolution||
Max. Frame Rate
|Max. Frame Rate
|SPARK M150||1.5- 5.4 μm||640 x 512 px||220 Hz||4 000 Hz @ 132 x 4|
|SPARK M100||1.5- 5.1 μm||640 × 512 px||120 Hz||3 000 Hz @ 136 x 2|
|SPARK M60hd||3.7- 5 μm||1280 × 1024 px||59 Hz||14 000 Hz @ 64 x 4|
Specifications are subject to change without notice. Other configurations are available upon request.
This is our brief update on IR technologies which we bring to Australia and New Zealand.
NIR 2019 Conference (15- 19 September) .
At Near Infrared Spectroscopy (NIR 2019) conference in Gold Coast next week we will present
- Resonon Pika NIR 640 Hyperspectral Imager 900-1700nm in Benchtop and Airborne kits. Scott Konley, Senior Scientist of Resonon (USA) will be present there.
- Bayspec’s latest Breeze palm-size Spectrometer, 400 – 1700nm
- New Imaging Technologies WiDySens 640 GigE camera 900-1700nm
SILIOS Multispectral Cameras.
SILIOS (France) released 2048 x 2048 full picture (4.2 Mpx) snapshot multispectral cameras with 9 bands (8 colours and 1 b/w).
This is in addition to their excellent CMS camera version 1280 (H) x 1024 (V).
More information is available here:
Natural Gas Detection camera.
CI Systems released unique Natural Gas detection camera working in LWIR spectrum. The operation is based on spectral analysis instead of a “traditional” single spectral filter used by other manufacturers.
The resulting sensitivity is very high and detection is very reliable, even in difficult environmental conditions. Price is set to be much lower than systems with cooled detector. Currently the camera is in final stages of certifications for Ex rating.
Demo equipment in Australia.
Our short term plans for demonstrations of equipment include:
- Resonon Pika NIR 640 (900-1700nm) Benchtop Kit
- Bayspec Breeze palm-size Spectrometer 400-1700nm
- New Imaging Technologies WiDy Sens GigE 640 (900-1700nm) camera. This camera works in two modes, high sensitivity (like all other InGaAs cameras) and wide dynamic range, which is unique to NIT cameras.
Let me know if you have a project requiring a demo of these systems or other equipment we offer.
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 and the Lynx-1024-CL versions and up to 10 kHz for the Lynx-2048-CL version. Due to its CameraLink interface and the available trigger in/out it can be very easily integrated into your system. This makes the Lynx-CL a perfect solution for any kind of quality inspection or process control.
OCI HANDHELD IMAGERS (OCI-1000 AND OCI-2000), OCI-OEM (OCI-1000-OEM OR OCI-2000-OEM), OCI-UAV (OCI-1000-UAV, OR OCI-2000-UAV) OCI-OCI-OEM-OCI-UAV
(1) OCI handheld imagers, i.e. OCI-1000 and OCI-2000.
BaySpec’s OCI-1000™ and OCI-2000™ are the only handheld hyperspectral imagers on the market which acquire full VNIR hyperspectral data at video rate. The OCI imagers are based upon a new class of imaging sensor coupled with microoptics for ultimate cost-effective hyperspectral solutions. The on-board computer runs BaySpec’s powerful Android-based SpecPhone app for image collection, analysis, and classification.