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Happy New Year and New 2011 Technology Introductions

12 January 2011

New high resolution uncooled thermal camera

Optronics Africa Partner Xenics IR has just introduced the Gobi 640,  a smart, affordable uncooled microbolometer (LWIR) camera for thermal imaging, based on a flexible TCP/IP interfacing in a very compact housing. The Gobi offers a high degree of flexibility in terms of frame rate, user interface and temperature range, enabling the user to adapt it to various industrial settings and tasks, covering the automotive industry at optimum operational conditions. All camera functions can be optimized according to user applications context, including four different display modes.

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  • 640 x 480 on 25 µm pixel pitch
  • uncooled microbolometer array
  • 8 to 14 µm sensitivity
  • Frame rate 50 Hz or 9 Hz
  • Stand-alone or PC-controlled
  • 14-bit Ethernet and CameraLink interface
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