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Modules & components Xlin detector series High speed SWIR line-scan detector More accurate inspection and smaller particle detection at short wavelengths 1.20 The Xlin detector series supports a unique combination of features for high-speed imaging applications in machine vision and spectroscopy. There are three resolution offerings of 512, 1024 and 2048 pixels at different pixel formats ranging from the smallest in the world of 12.5 x 12.5µm2 to 25 x 250 µm2 rectangular pixels. Due to their high sensitivity and quantum efficiency they operate at very low illumination levels. The high line rate of 40 kHz (1024 pixels version) and 10 kHz (2048 pixel version) enables a high resolution in the time domain. Remote sensing Spectroscopy: food inspection H igh-speed 40 kHz Optional TE3 cooling for low-light-level spectroscopy High sensitivity Unique combination of high resolution with smallest pixel pitch of 12.5 µm Food sorting High speed line-scan imaging The InGaAs line-scan sensors are a hybrid assembly of an array of InGaAs photodiodes connected to a state-of-the art amplifying multiplexer. The sensors come in a hermetically sealed package with anti-reflective coated windows. The devices are equipped with a novel fourth generation multiplexer and can be delivered with an optional 3-stage Thermo-Electric cooler, resulting in a further reduction of the dark current. You can choose from various configurations between High Sensitivity mode (HS) and High Dynamic Range (HDR) mode in order to optimize your performance. Spectroscopy Medical: OCT Machine vision Non contact thermography Non-destructive inspection Earth observation (space or airborne) Food inspection Agriculture monitoring Moisture measurement Semiconductor process monitoring Biomedical & chemical applications Pollution and environment monitoring

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XB-034 issue 02| Information furnished by Xenics is believed to be reliable. However, no responsibility is assumed for possible inaccuracies or omissions Specifications are subject to change without notice. This information supersedes all previously supplied information. Sensor architecture Advantage High resolution with 12.5 µm pitch allows for more accurate inspection and smaller particle detection. Specifications Array Specifications Array characteristics Array type Spectral band Pixel pitch Pixel height InGaAs array length Thermo-electric cooler Pixel operability Line rate Peak sensitivity...

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