Cubert ULTRIS 5

Cubert ULTRIS 5

Spectral Range = 450 – 850 nm
Number of Bands = 51
FWHM = 26 nm @ 532 nm
Max Resolution = 290 x 275 pixel
Weight = Standard version: 120 g/ HFR version: 465 g
Dimensions = Standard version: 29 x 29 x 49 mm/ HFR version: 60 x 60 x 99.4 mm
Technology = Light Field
Sensor(s) = 5 MP
Spectral Sampling = 8 nm
Wavelength Error < 8 nm Total Spectra / Image = 79 750 Total Data Points (Data Points / Cube) = 3 million Data Depths = 12 Bit Readout = Global shutter Max Frame Rate = Standard version: 15 Hz/ HFR version: 75 Hz Integration Time = 0.1-1000 ms Field of View (FOV) = 15? Power Consumption = 3 W

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The Gamechanger: World’s smallest HSI Snapshot Camera
Cubert?s smallest ever hyperspectral imaging camera is also its most affordable, to a price that can easily compete against RGB and multispectral cameras. By downsizing the fundamental light field technology of the ULTRIS 20, we have created a hyperspectral video camera featuring a 5 MP sensor that is just 30 x 30 x 50 mm and weighs only 120 g.
This latest addition to the ULTRIS family addresses the needs of industry and researchers alike for a robust and lightweight camera that can fit into every lab or production area, physically and fiscally. It is small enough to fit into any industrial process system, powerful enough to fill medical imaging requirements and fast enough to record complete non-scanning snapshot datacubes at 15Hz.

The ULTRIS 5 HFR is the 10 GigE version of our standard ULTRIS 5. The camera properties are the same, featuring a resolution of 290 x 275 pixel and 51 spectral bands covering 450-850 nm. Equipped with a 10 Gigabit Ethernet port, the integrated Sony IMX250 sensor can unleash its full potential and can deliver up to 75 Hz while retaining the typical 12 bit depth, which is often needed for hyperspectral applications.

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ContentThe Gamechanger: World's smallest HSI Snapshot Camera Cubert?s smallest ever hyperspectral imaging camera is also its most affordable, to a price that can easily compete against RGB and multispectral cameras. By downsizing the fundamental light field technology of the ULTRIS 20, we have created a hyperspectral video camera featuring a 5 MP sensor that is just 30 x 30 x 50 mm and weighs only 120 g. This latest addition to the ULTRIS family addresses the needs of industry and researchers alike for a robust and lightweight camera that can fit into every lab or production area, physically and fiscally. It is small enough to fit into any industrial process system, powerful enough to fill medical imaging requirements and fast enough to record complete non-scanning snapshot datacubes at 15Hz. The ULTRIS 5 HFR is the 10 GigE version of our standard ULTRIS 5. The camera properties are the same, featuring a resolution of 290 x 275 pixel and 51 spectral bands covering 450-850 nm. Equipped with a 10 Gigabit Ethernet port, the integrated Sony IMX250 sensor can unleash its full potential and can deliver up to 75 Hz while retaining the typical 12 bit depth, which is often needed for hyperspectral applications.Pika UV 330 - 800 nm Ultraviolet + Visible The Pika UV (formerly NUV2) is a hyperspectral camera that scans the Visible and Near Ultraviolet (VIS+NUV) spectral range. An optimized objective lens provides excellent imaging throughout the entire spectral range. Because halogen lights have low output in much of the NUV, Resonon offers an NUV lighting module to augment illumination for our desktop system. The Pika UV can be used in our airborne, laboratory, and outdoor hyperspectral systems, as well as standalone or integrated into your system.Pika XC2 400 - 1000 nm High-Precision VNIR The Pika XC2 is a high-resolution hyperspectral camera that covers the Visible + Near-Infrared (VNIR) spectral range. The Pika XC2 has high spatial resolution, best in-class spectral resolution, and excellent imaging quality. Popular in VNIR laboratory applications. The Pika XC2 can be used in our laboratory, and outdoor, and airborne hyperspectral systems, as well as standalone or integrated into your system.Specim FX17 Specim FX17 hyperspectral camera operates in the near-infrared region and can literally see the invisible. It can reveal the targets? chemical composition, moisture, and foreign objects that are invisible to the human eye. Specim FX17 can, for example, detect different plastic types for recycling and measure the sugar level of fruits and vegetables and the moisture percentage of baked goods.HySpex Baldur S-384 N Baldur S-384 N covers the spectral range from 960-2500 nm. All Baldur cameras are Nyquist cameras giving a spectral resolution of 2 spectral bands while capturing 4 times as much light as the classic systems. To ensure that the most information per framerate is provided, the spectral resolution is kept very close to 2 bands. Additionally, the spatial resolution of Baldur S-384 N is better than 1.5 pixels, yielding a very sharp camera.Fenix FENIX is optimized for the most demanding geological, law enforcement, and environmental applications. In a single continuous image, FENIX spectral camera delivers the best hyperspectral data ever seen over VNIR, NIR, and SWIR wavelengths. FENIX offers extreme ruggedness and 75% reduction in size and weight compared to previous multi-sensor systems. The excellence in technical performance and physical size has been achieved through innovative and unique ?single optics dual spectrograph? design.
DescriptionSpectral Range = 450 - 850 nm Number of Bands = 51 FWHM = 26 nm @ 532 nm Max Resolution = 290 x 275 pixel Weight = Standard version: 120 g/ HFR version: 465 g Dimensions = Standard version: 29 x 29 x 49 mm/ HFR version: 60 x 60 x 99.4 mm Technology = Light Field Sensor(s) = 5 MP Spectral Sampling = 8 nm Wavelength Error < 8 nm Total Spectra / Image = 79 750 Total Data Points (Data Points / Cube) = 3 million Data Depths = 12 Bit Readout = Global shutter Max Frame Rate = Standard version: 15 Hz/ HFR version: 75 Hz Integration Time = 0.1-1000 ms Field of View (FOV) = 15? Power Consumption = 3 WSpectral Range (nm) = 330 - 800 Spectral Channels = 255 Spectral Bandwidth (nm) = 1.8 Spectral Resolution - FWHM (nm) = 2.8 Spatial Pixels = 1500 Max Frame Rate (fps) = 142 f/# = 2.8 InterfaceUSB = 3.0 Dimensions (mm) = 230 x 107 x 85 Weight, w/o lens (kg) = 2.27Spectral Range (nm) = 400 - 1000 Spectral Channels = 447 Spectral Bandwidth (nm) = 1.3 Spectral Resolution - FWHM (nm) = 1.9 Spatial Pixels = 1600 Max Frame Rate (fps) = 165 f/# = 2.4 Interface = USB 3.0 Dimensions (mm) = 265 x 106 x 75 Weight, w/o lens (kg) = 2.51Spectral Range = 900-1700 nm Spectral resolution (FWHM) = 8 nm (mean) Spectral sampling/pixel = 3.5 nm Spectral bands = 224 With default binning Numerical aperture = 1.7 With default lens Optics magnification = 0.80 Effective pixel size = 18.7 ?m At fore lens image plane Effective slit width Physical width = 42?m. Projection on sensor = 32 ?m (M=1.3) At fore lens image plane Effective slit length = 12.0 mm At fore lens image plane SNR @ max. signal = 1000:1 Bit depth = 12 Maximum frame rate = 670 (FX17)/ 527 (FX17e) FPS full range Binning = 1,2,4 spectral and spatial Default: 1 spectral x 1 spatial ROI = Freely selectable multiple bands of interest. Minimum height of ROI is two 1-binned rows. Maximum frame rate is determined by total number of rows between first row of first mROI and last row of last mROI and the total number of rows included in the mMROI?s. Pixel operability = 99.5%. Allowed clusters: Size 2-6 pixels: N/A/ Size 7-12 pixels: ? 6/ Size 13-19 pixels: ? 2/ Size 20-35 pixels: ? 1/ Size > 35: 0 Image corrections = Non uniformity correction/ Bad pixel replacement/ Automatic Image Enhancement (AIE)/One point NUC. AIE: Unified spectral calibration + corrected smile and keystone aberrations Sensor material = InGaAs Sensor cooling = TEC Full well capacity = 1.44 Me- Read-out modes = IWR / ITR Optics temperature = Passive Default is 20 degrees Celsius Lens mount = Custom mount Fore lens FOV options = 12 deg/38 deg (default)/53 deg/66 deg/75 deg/90 deg. Only the default lens is specifically designed for FX17. With other lens options, optical parameters may vary. Camera digital data output/control interface = GigE Vision, CameraLink Camera control protocols = GenICam, ASCII Power input = 12 V DC (+-10%) Power consumption = Max 24 W Connectors = Industrial Ethernet OR CameraLink (standard MDR 26-pin). Power - Fischer 12pin DBPLU1031Z012|130G IP = IP52 Dimensions (L x W x H) = 150 x 75 x 85 mm Mounting surface option on three sides. Mounting kit adds 24 mm distance on mounting side. Weight = 1.56 kg Storage temperature = -20 ... +50 oC (non-condensing) Operating temperature = +5 ... +40 oC (non-condensing) Relative humidity = 5% - 95% (non-condensing)Spectral Range = 960 - 2500nm Spectral bands = 288 Max speed* = 500 fps Spectral sampling = 5.45 nm Spectral FWHM <2 bands Spatial FWHM <1.3 pixels Spatial pixels = 384 Keystone <15% of a pixel Smile <15% of band FOV = 16? / 40? Bit resolution = 16 bit Noise floor = 150 e- Peak SNR >1100 Dynamic range = 7500 ROI* = All bands can be selected/deselected individually External trigger options LVDS, 5V/12V/24V TTL Dimensions (l-w-h) = 368 - 131 - 175 mm Camera Interface = CameraLink * Reducing the number of spectral channels with ROI will proportionally increase the max framerate
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