imec SNAPSHOT SWIR 16 bands

imec SNAPSHOT SWIR 16 bands

spatial resolution = VGA (640 x 512 px)
spectral resolution = 16 bands
spectral range = 1100-1650 nm
imager type = InGaAs-based, Cardinal 640 sensor with TEC cooler electronic
acquisition speed = up to 120 hyperspectral cubes/second (limit of USB 3.0 interface)
pixel pitch = 15 ?m pixels
bit depth = 13 bits
optics = 16/25/35/50 mm lenses, C-mount
camera interface = USB 3.0 + GPIO for triggering (TTL)
software = HSI Mosaic software for raw image acquisition, data pre-processing, hypercube visualization and classification; C and Python API for acquisition and data pre-processing in custom software
power consumption = 2 Watts at 60 FPS
camera dimensions (W x H x D) = 65 x 65 x 130 cm
camera weight = 260 g without lens
rejection filter = yes
included accessories = USB 3.0 and power + trigger cables
cooling = passive & active cooling (fan-based +TEC)
ambient temperature = -5?C to 50?C (operation), -20?C to 60?C (storage)
Mechanical = integrated mechanical shutter for automatic dark-counts, tripod mount (1/4″ – 20) + side-mounting M5 holes

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imec SNAPSHOT SWIR 16 bands
Want to test hyperspectral scanning and analysis in the short-wave infrared range? With this user-friendly real-time USB 3.0 camera, you?ll be looking at relevant test data within minutes after the installation.

This camera is only available as a custom product.

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Contentimec SNAPSHOT SWIR 16 bands Want to test hyperspectral scanning and analysis in the short-wave infrared range? With this user-friendly real-time USB 3.0 camera, you?ll be looking at relevant test data within minutes after the installation. This camera is only available as a custom product.HySpex Baldur V-1024 N Baldur V-1024 N covers the full VNIR spectral range from 400-1000nm and is configurable within one octave in the same range. 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 V-1024 N is better than 1.7 pixels, yielding a very sharp camera.Specim FX10 Specim FX10 is a line-scan hyperspectral camera that operates in the visible and near-infrared (VNIR) region. It is an excellent tool for industrial and scientific applications. The Specim FX10 operates in the 400-1000 nm region, and the color-optimized Specim FX10c in the 400-780 nm region.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.Pika IR+ 900 - 1700 nm High-Precision Infrared The Pika IR+ (formerly Pika NIR-640) is a high-performance hyperspectral camera that covers the Near-Infrared (NIR) spectral range. It has high spatial and spectral resolutions and is often used for infrared laboratory applications. The Pika IR+ can be used in our airborne, laboratory, and outdoor hyperspectral systems, as well as standalone or integrated into your system.Pika L 400 - 1000 nm Lightweight, Compact VNIR The Pika L is a lightweight, compact hyperspectral camera that covers the Visible + Near-Infrared (VNIR) spectral range. It is our most popular imager for remote sensing applications. The Pika L can be used in our airborne, laboratory, and outdoor hyperspectral systems, as well as standalone or integrated into your system.
Descriptionspatial resolution = VGA (640 x 512 px) spectral resolution = 16 bands spectral range = 1100-1650 nm imager type = InGaAs-based, Cardinal 640 sensor with TEC cooler electronic acquisition speed = up to 120 hyperspectral cubes/second (limit of USB 3.0 interface) pixel pitch = 15 ?m pixels bit depth = 13 bits optics = 16/25/35/50 mm lenses, C-mount camera interface = USB 3.0 + GPIO for triggering (TTL) software = HSI Mosaic software for raw image acquisition, data pre-processing, hypercube visualization and classification; C and Python API for acquisition and data pre-processing in custom software power consumption = 2 Watts at 60 FPS camera dimensions (W x H x D) = 65 x 65 x 130 cm camera weight = 260 g without lens rejection filter = yes included accessories = USB 3.0 and power + trigger cables cooling = passive & active cooling (fan-based +TEC) ambient temperature = -5?C to 50?C (operation), -20?C to 60?C (storage) Mechanical = integrated mechanical shutter for automatic dark-counts, tripod mount (1/4" - 20) + side-mounting M5 holesSpectral Range = 400-800/485-960/400-1000 nm Spatial pixels = 1024 Spectral bands = 72/88/106 Max speed* = 1000/800/700 fps Spectral sampling = 5.5 nm Spectral FWHM <2 bands? Spatial FWHM < 1.7 pixels Keystone <15% of a pixel Smile <15% of band FOV = 16? / 40? Bit resolution = 12 Noise floor = 11e Peak SNR >286 Dynamic range = 2560 ROI* = 8 independent ROIs Dimensions (l-w-h) = 316 - 105 - 153 mm Camera Interface = CameraLink * Reducing the number of spectral channels with ROI will proportionally increase the max framerateSpectral Range = 400-1000 / 400-780 (c-version) Spectral resolution (FWHM) = 5.5 nm (mean) Spectral sampling/pixel = 2.7 nm, With default binning Spectral bands = 224 / 140 (c-version), With default binning Numerical aperture = 1.7, With default lens Optics magnification = 0.80 Effective pixel size = 19.9x9.97 ?m, At fore lens image plane Effective slit width = 42 ?m, At fore lens image plane Effective slit length = 10.2 mm, At fore lens image plane SNR @ max. signal = 420 : 1 Spatial samples = 1024 Bit depth = 12 Maximum frame rate = 327 FPS full range / 514 FPS full range (c-version) Binning = 2,4,8 spectral and spatial Default: 2 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 the total number of rows included in the mMROI?s Pixel operability = 99.993% 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 = CMOS Sensor cooling = Passive Full well capacity = 90 ke- Read-out modes = IWR / ITR Optics temperature = Passive Lens mount = Custom mount Fore lens FOV options = 12 deg/ 38 deg (default)/ 47 deg/ 51 deg/ 83 deg. Only the default lens is specifically designed for FX10. 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 4 W Connectors = Industrial Ethernet OR CameraLink 26-pin, 0.5? MDR IP = IP52 Dimensions (L x W x H) = 150 x 85 x 71 mm Mounting surface option on three sides. Mounting kit adds 24 mm distance on mounting side. Weight = 1.3 kg Storage temperature = -20 ... +50?C (non-condensing) Operating temperature = +5 ? +40?C (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 framerateSpectral Range (nm) = 900 - 1700 Spectral Channels = 336 Spectral Bandwidth (nm) = 2.4 Spectral Resolution - FWHM (nm) = 5.6 Spatial Pixels = 640 Max Frame Rate (fps) = 240 f/# = 1.8 Interface = GigE Dimensions (mm) = 264 x 115 x 88 Weight, w/o lens (kg) = 2.95Spectral Range (nm) = 400 - 1000 Spectral Channels = 281 Spectral Bandwidth (nm) = 2.1 Spectral Resolution - FWHM (nm) = 3.3 Spatial Pixels = 900 Max Frame Rate (fps) = 249 f/# = 2.4 Interface = USB 3.0 Dimensions (mm) = 115 x 104 x 66 Weight, w/o lens (kg) = 0.64
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