High Performance
Radiometric Infrared Cameras
for harsh environments

Accurate Radiometric calibration

Embedded Recording

Optical interface flexibility

Standard interfaces and software compatibility for seamless use


NoxCam HSi series complement the portfolio of radiometrically calibrated infrared cameras with a stiff and robust housing specifically designed for harsh environments.


Based upon our latest version of NoxEngine technology, NoxCam HSi is the perfect tool for applications requiring high speed imaging and interfaces while maintaining the camera ease of use recognized by our users.


NoxCam HSi is used for industrial non-destructive testing, signature application or airborn thermography. Radiometrically calibrated, NoxCam provides measurement data of impressive accuracy.


Equipped with the latest generation of thermal detector, cooled by stirling engine, NoxCam HSi cameras offer unmatched performance and flexibility in a reduced footprint, together with ease of use provided by on-board raw calibrated data recording, embedded control software and compatibility with industry standard analysis software such as Matlab® or ImageJ.


We only present general information in our product pages. Enumerating all the possibilities would make reading tedious. In addition, your project is definitely unique. It is important that we discuss it together. Contact us


Standard Sensing Configurations

Noxcam 640M-HSi

  • Director Type Cooled, snapshot FPA
  • Spectral Range MWIR Band - 3μm to 5μm

    Broadband - 1.5μm to 5.5μm

    Integrated Optical Filter Wheel

  • Image Size 640x512 - 15μm pitch
  • Frame Rate Up to 355Hz

    Kilohertz in sub-window mode

  • Optical Aperture f/1.5 to f/5.5
  • Lenses Range From 12mm to 200mm

    Microscopic lens

Noxcam 640L-HSi

  • Director Type Cooled, snapshot FPA
  • Spectral Range LWIR Band - 7.7μm to 9.3μm

    up to 11μm with VLWIR

    Integrated Optical Filter Wheel

  • Image Size 640x512 - 15μm pitch
  • Frame Rate Up to 230Hz

    Kilohertz in sub-window mode

  • Optical Aperture f/2 to f/4
  • Lenses Range From 12mm to 200mm

    Microscopic lens


Radiometric Measurement

Measurement Range

Typical 5°C to 300°C, Radiometric measurement ranges are optimized to fit your application requirements and can be set between sub-zero to up to 3000°C. A Radiometric measurement evaluation is performed for each user case. Noxant's Radiometric Measurements are compensated against temperature deviation.


Typical 18mK, it is indicative only as NETD value deviation is wide up on measurement conditions. NETD can be dramatically improved using the NoxCam HSi Synchronous Lock-in input.

Sync Input

Ultra low jitter input signal allows to synchronize the photon collection time with an external event, such as PLC signal, a rotation coder or a photoelectric cell.

Lens interface

Although we offer a wide range of lenses, we recognize that users may already own existing valuable lenses. We promote reusing them. To do so, NoxCam HSi can be fitted with Industry standard bayonet interface or a M80 interface. It is also possible to fit it with a custom interface on demand.

Data and Control Interfaces


GigEVision / Gen<i>cam

Optional Camera Link base or medium

Recording Format

Radiometric RAW or h.264

Recording Media

Removable 2,5" SSD

Video output format

Color HDMI 720p with color overlay

Optional SDI


Software Compatibility

Flexibility is important to us. NoxCam cameras are compatible with all major operating systems such as Windows®, Mac OS X® or Linux®.

Recorded RAW sequences are compatible with industry standard analysis software such as ImageJ, Matlab® orLabview®.

File formats, radiometric calibration data and procedures are provided to our customer on demand.

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Founded by highly experienced vision specialists, Noxant designs and develops groundbreaking vision solutions for industrial and surveillance applications. 

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