Xenics’ XTM 640 is an extremely compact and versatile thermal camera module with unique image quality and stability for a broad range of OEM applic
A Long-Wave Infrared (LWIR) uncooled core is a camera core or engine used in LWIR thermal cameras. A core typically consists of:
Uncooled LWIR detectors are based on microbolometer arrays, which are built using vanadium oxide (VOx) or amorphous silicon (a-Si).
The LWIR uncooled core is designed to enable a variety of new applications for system integrators, including low-cost thermal imaging, thermography, industrial process control, border control, night vision, search & rescue and automotive safety.
We offer our XTM-Series thermal infrared cores. These lightweight, compact longwave infrared cores are easy to integrate into end-user products, such as thermal surveillance cameras, thermal sights, cameras for UAV's (unmanned aerial vehicles), etc.
Next to their small form factor, our XTM-Series consumes very little power and is available with various interfaces. Allowing you to connect instantly with the OEM core for data acquisition and command & control.