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Gobi-384 Infrared Camera
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The Gobi is a smart, affordable and robust uncooled microbolometer (LWIR) camera for thermal imaging, based on DSP-electronics and 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 at optimum operational conditions. All camera functions can be optimized according to user applications context, including four different display modes.

With its higher than normal image quality allowing for detection of temperature differences as small as 0.05°C, the
Gobi-384 is designed for use by researchers and engineers. Its easy plug-and-play infrared camera system and exclusive on-board Digital Signal Processor (DSP) allows for real-time image correction and recognition. This combination makes it ideal for instant, accurate and cost-effective evaluation of your thermal imaging. Using the Gobi-384 will bring your analysis to the next level of accuracy!

Its robust and ruggedised design is shock tested to 70 G, 2 ms halfsine profile (without shutter) and vibration tested to 2G (5Hz to 500 Hz). Need for customisation? A variety of inudstry-standard accessories is available for client customisation.

Key features include: high definition images - 44% higher pixel count than systems based on the same detector technology; video, Ethernet and CameraLink outputs; detection of temperature differences as small as 0.05°C; Custom image processing algorithms on the camera hardware; up to 50 images per second over a standard 100 Mbit/sec Ethernet connection; easily tuned as an IP network camera or directly connected to a PC or video monitor; Software Development Kit (SDK) supporting C++, Visual Basic, LabView or Linux.

Applications for the Gobi-384 camera include:

Thermal imaging (8-14 μm band)
R&D
Medical imaging
Process control

The Gobi-384 specifications are summarised below.

A more comprehensive summary of features and details of optional accessories are listed on the downloadable product datasheet below.

Model Gobi-384
Resolution 384 x 288, Array operability > 99.9%
Sensor Uncooled microbolometer (a-Si), 8um to 14um Band
NetD Premium version: 50 mK @ 30°C with f/1 lens
Pixel Size 25 x 25um
Active Area 9.6 x 7.2mm
Format 16 Bit
Video Output Video PAL/NTSC, Ethernet (TCP/IP), CameraLink
Max. Line/Frame Rate 50 fps
Mount Lens Included 18 mm f/1, Optional 25, 50, 75mm available
Operating Temp -40°C to +50°C
Power

12V 3.6 W

Dimensions 74 x 70 x 65 mm3 (without lens)
Weight < 500 g (without lens)

Xenics Gobi-384 Infrared Camera Datasheet

 

 

 

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