Advanced imaging solutions

Advanced Imaging technologies from UV to LWIR

Exosens with its continuous innovation and commitment to offer advanced imaging solutions, proposes a diverse range of imaging technologies covering a large spectrum of light from below 300 nm (UV) and up to 12,000 nm in the thermal spectral range (LWIR). The complete portfolio of products from UV to LWIR serves different markets like defense, surveillance, industrial, lifescience and environment.

The UV technology developed by Photonis extends imaging beyond the limits of human vision. This capability finds applications in fields such as semiconductor inspection, where insights into phenomena not visible to the naked eye are crucial.

Simultaneously, the Visible/Near Infrared imaging technology provided by Photonis broadens the horizons of real-time imaging across low light conditions. By integrating CMOS sensors and an Image Intensifier tube into an intensified camera, Photonis continues to redefine the standards of ultra-sensitive imaging technology, addressing the diverse applications in industries ranging from defense and security to industrial inspections.

In addition, with its advanced in-house design and manufacturing of SWIR InGaAs imagers, developed and produced by Xenics, customers are offered with wide range of products portfolio to fit their application – right down to the detector level.

In the LWIR spectral band, Xenics offers cameras and cores with low NETD options and a range of optics options and pixel resolutions for various thermal imaging devices.
 

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Ultra Violet cameras and cores

Visible - Near Infrared cameras and cores

Short Wave Infrared cameras, cores and sensors

Long Wave Infrared cameras and cores

Enhanced vision equipment

Ultra Violet cameras and cores

Ultra Violet (UV) intensified cameras and cores, combining Photonis brand long-time expertise in Image Intensifier tubes with state-of-the-art camera technology.

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Photonis
Visible Near Infrared inocturn
Visible - Near Infrared cameras and cores Ultra Violet cameras and cores iNocturn

Visible - Near Infrared cameras and cores

Visible - Near Infrared (VIS/NIR) cameras and cores provide color or monochrome real-time imaging capabilities from daylight to overcast starlight in the visible and near infrared spectrum

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Photonis
Visible Near Infrared inocturn
Visible - Near Infrared cameras and cores Ultra Violet cameras and cores iNocturn
Photonis
Visible Near Infrared icmos
Visible - Near Infrared cameras and cores iCMOS

Short Wave Infrared cameras, cores and sensors

Xenics Short Wave Infrared (SWIR) cameras, cores and sensors are specially designed to detect and capture images in this specific wavelength range

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Xenics
Cheetah
Short Wave Infrared cameras, cores and sensors CHEETAH
Xenics
XEVA
Short Wave Infrared cameras, cores and sensors XEVA
Xenics
MANX
Short Wave Infrared cameras, cores and sensors MANX
Xenics
LYNX
Short Wave Infrared cameras, cores and sensors LYNX
Xenics
XSW
Short Wave Infrared cameras, cores and sensors XSW
Xenics
XSL
Short Wave Infrared cameras, cores and sensors XSL

Long Wave Infrared cameras and cores

Our Long Wave Infrared (LWIR) cameras and cores are designed for seamless integration into a variety of electro-optics systems.

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Xenics
Dione
Long Wave Infrared cameras and cores DIONE
Xenics
MicroCube
Long Wave Infrared cameras and cores MicroCube
Xenics
SmartIR
Long Wave Infrared cameras and cores SmartIR
Xenics
Ceres-T-640-Series-4
Long Wave Infrared cameras and cores CERES
Xenics
Gobi
Long Wave Infrared cameras and cores GOBI+
Xenics
XTM_3
Long Wave Infrared cameras and cores XTM+

Enhanced vision equipment

Enhanced vision equipment for surveillance in the visible or for dual use (Visible/Thermal)

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Frequently asked questions

What is the difference between active and passive digital camera in terms of functionality?

An active digital camera employs its own source of illumination to enhance visibility in low-light conditions. This camera actively emits additional light and captures the reflected signals. In contrast, a passive low-light camera relies solely on available ambient light, such as moonlight or starlight, without emitting any additional light of its own.

What is the best-fit lens format for different application?

The choice of lens format may differ for different applications. It depends on the specific requirements of the users, and the resolution of the camera sensor. Higher resolution is generally preferred for applications where detailed imaging is crucial, but factors such as field of view and distance to the target also play a significant role in selecting the appropriate lens. 

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