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High Resolution Hyperspectral Imager

Description

 

 The High-Resolution Hyperspectral Imager is miniaturized push-broom hyperspectral Imager covering the full VNIR (400-1000 nm) wavelength range, with   Super Speed USB 3.0 interface. It features ultra-compactness (14 cm x 7 cm x 7 cm) and light weight (~ 570 g) with   super-fast data transfer rates (up to 50 fps). As an innovative “true push-broom” imager: one can simply use a hand to move the imager or sample to finish the scan.  Not depending on a constant   scanning   speed has enabled versatility on vast platforms such as UAVs with perfect hyperspectral imaging stitching. Compactness, fast imaging, simple operation, and intuitive software make   the   OCI-FHR   very   straightforward   for   applications   such   as precision    agriculture, remote    sensing, forensics, and    airborne applications.

 

  Specification of High-Resolution Hyperspectral Imager

 

Specifications1

Operation Mode

Push-broom

Spectral Range

400-1000 nm

Number of Spectral Bands

Up to 220

Spectral Resolution

3 nm FWHM

Spatial Pixels

800 px X scan-length

Standard Lens2

16 mm (20° FOV)

Exposure Time

20 µs - 1 s

Wavelength Calibration

Factory calibrated (calibration fixed permanently)

Objective Lens Interface

C-mount

Frame Rate

Up to 50 frames/sec

Software

Included with Bay Spec’s Spec Grabber for camera control and data acquisition, and Cube Creator for hyperspectral data processing

Data Format

Hyperspectral cube (ENVI-BSQ), Color image (BMP), Band image (BMP), ROI spectra (CSV format)

Operating Temperature

0°C to 50°C

Power Consumption

< 3 W (USB 3.0 power)

Weight

~ 570 g (including standard lens)

Size

14 cm x 7 cm x 7 cm (including standard lens)

Camera Interface

USB 3.0

 

      KEY FEATURES:

                                                                                                        
  • Full VNIR coverage (400-1000 nm)
  • Real-time sample preview
  • Extreme compact and light-weight
  • No moving parts, high reliability
  • “True push-broom”: scanning with random speed
  • Easy integration on different platforms