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Smart thermal imaging for machine vision

Multipix Imaging : 06 February, 2009  (New Product)
The XenICs Gobi-384 is a compact infrared camera with real time image correction for use in machine vision applications
Smart thermal imaging for machine vision
MultiPix Imaging has launched XenICs 'Gobi-384' compact uncooled microbolometer infrared camera, which combines a high-quality camera head including lens with on-board DSP-based control and communication, TCP/IP and CL, ample processing power for intelligent real-time image correction and recognition, as well as a video interface. Main application areas are thermal imaging in machine vision, R&D, medical, the automotive, maritime, and aviation industries, as well as non-contact temperature measurement and hyperspectral imaging. Typical industry areas include Security, Enhance Vision Systems (EVS) and Firefighting.

XenICs bases its new Gobi-384 on an uncooled microbolometer array for high-performance imaging, delivering 384 x 288 pixels on a 25 um pixel pitch. This yields a 44 percent higher pixel count than with 320 x 240 cameras. Pixel operability is >99.9 percent. The camera covers the LWIR wavelength area 8 um - 14 um. The camera works without thermo-electric cooling (TEC) and shutterless, delivering the benefit of silent and uninterrupted operation.

Compared to competitors' offerings, the XenICs Gobi excels by its on-board, DSP-based calculating power. Image processing takes place inside the camera, using 16bit ADCs. It offers full flexibility regarding system integration and customization. Gobi is also available as an OEM module, and has already won a major design-in.

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