January 2022: Ceres T 1280 has today been announced as the new high-performance, high-resolution thermographic long-wave infrared (LWIR) camera from Xenics.
It is Europe’s leading developer and manufacturer of advanced infrared sensors, cameras and customized imaging solutions from the short-wave infrared (SWIR) to the LWIR realm. Xenics keeps on releasing innovative products, demonstrating its leading position in the infrared market.
Ceres T 1280 is a SXGA (1280x1024 pixels) LWIR camera dedicated to thermography with very high accuracy and stability performance. With Ceres T 1280, Xenics is expanding its high-performance thermographic camera family.
That introduction is the answer for highly demanding applications such as process monitoring, industrial machine vision, medical or scientific, where high resolution is requested as well as high-end thermographic capabilities.
Xenics to open a new era for Thermography
The Ceres T family has already solved a major issue for thermographic system implementations by providing a stable and highly repeatable measurement solution. With its new member Ceres T 1280, customers can reach the ultimate resolution offering highly accurate spatial information. Customers will thus be able to get a much more precise temperature distribution in order to much better control their process.
Toward a new standard for thermography
Most of thermographic systems are, today, limited to VGA format and manufacturer efforts are based on temperature accuracy. Xenics already released the Ceres T 640 a few months ago, pushing the limits of thermographic performance. It has thus been possible to leverage on all the development and innovation made for this product to propose the step further: the high resolution. In addition, these two products are compatible from a control / command and electrical interface perspective enabling up- or downgrade of the system with minimal efforts.