Compact SWIR camera
Xeva 2.35 from Xenics
Xeva 2.35 is a high-performance shortwave infrared camera for the wavelength range 900 nm to 2350 nm. The camera utilizes a new T2SL detector and is equipped with a 4-stage thermoelectric cooler for long term stable images. It features 320 x 256 pixels for excellent spatial resolution.
|Robust, compact design|
|Available with new T2SL detector arrays|
|Two speed versions: 100 Hz and 350 Hz|
|Best image performance, low noise, high dynamic range|
|Filter can be placed in the camera|
|SDK for own programming available|
The Xeva 2.35 unit is available with a modern T2SL detector. It covers the shortwave infrared from 900 nm to 2350 nm with good sensitivity, low noise and high signal-to-noise ratio. Two speed versions are available: 100 Hz and 350 Hz. Higher frame rates are available in the windowing mode. Xeva 2.35 allows you to choose the most suitable detector camera configuration for your specific application. It outputs 14 bit data. The camera head interfaces to a PC via standard USB 2.0 and CameraLink. Because of the wide range of possible integration times, covering 1 µs up to 100 ms, Xeva 2.35 can be used under very different light conditions. Two gain modes support the use in different applications.
Each camera is delivered with the graphical user interface Xeneth, which offers direct access to various camera settings such as exposure time and operating temperature. The software tools include two-point uniformity correction and bad pixel replacement.