COX Camera CX Series
Moving on from the CX Series
COX Camera Company work hard continually improving their products. 2016 saw the end of the CX Series as it was phased out ready for the introduction of a new generation of affordable thermal imaging products, the CG Series.
The CG Series, brings with it all round improvements with the latest detectors from ULIS, and the option of IP capability. If you are looking to upgrade your existing CX Series camera or buy a new COX Camera please click here.
Since establishment in 2010, COX have devoted all of their resources in to developing a reliable thermal imaging camera for the world market.
COX released their first unit with QVGA (384×288 pixels) models in 2012, VGA (640×480 pixels) models in 2014, and XGA (1024×768 pixels) models in 2016.
The COX product mix is security application cameras and thermography (radiometric) thermal cameras with QVGA, VGA, and XGA resolution.
In September 2016, COX released the new CG series models with the latest version of thermal detectors from ULIS in France, the QVGA Gen2, VGA Gen2, and the XGA Gen2.
Compared to the former thermal detectors from ULIS, they are a better NETD thermal detector and provide an improved image quality and performance.
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Radiometric Thermal Cameras
The CX Series are extremely affordable thermal cameras. They provide crisp and clear image in total darkness, light fog or smoke. They can be configured with various lenses for medium range observation.
You can easily install and integrate CX Series thermal cameras into any existing CCTV or monitoring infrastructure - plug and play.
The Cox CX320 Camera is a high-performance thermal imaging system. It features a 384 x 288 pixel resolution, 25 µm pixel pitch, and uncooled LWIR imaging array. It comes complete with of all necessary cables, optics, power supplies and PC software. This high-value thermal imager is ideal for a wide variety of radiometric imaging
The Cox CX640 Camera is a high-performance thermal imaging system. It features a 640 x 480 pixel resolution, a 17 µm pixel pitch, and uncooled LWIR imaging arrays. It comes complete with of all necessary cables, optics, power supplies and PC software.
The CX320 and CX640 are high-value thermal imagers making them ideal for a wide variety of radiometric imaging applications. Including but not limited to fire detection, medical imaging, manufacturing quality control and laboratory R&D.
The CX610 model sends temperature raw data of up to 10 spots(pixels) via RS232 serial communication. To get temperature raw data and set alarms, menu and others, connect the camera to PC. The PC needs to have the COX Serial Controller running, using the USB to RS232 converter cable.
The information above has now been superseded, and is displayed for reference only