Seetrum Multi-Spectral Imaging Camera SEE7810

Seetrum Multi-Spectral Imaging Camera SEE7810

Spectral Wavelength = 380-980nm
Number of Spectral Channels = 31 Channels
Photoelectric Sensor = Array CMOS
Size = 120*75*40mm
Spatial Frequency Response = 176 LW/PH
Wavelength Accuracy = 5nm
Minimum Output Step = 20nm
Spectral Resolution = 35 nm
Color Coordinates Accuracy (CIE1931x,y) = 0.01~0.04
Luminance Accuracy = ?3%
Effective Focal Length (prime lens) = 1.928 mm
Imaging Distance = 423 mm ~ Inf
FOV = 71(H) Deg/56(V) Deg/83(D) Deg
Interface Form = USB 3.0
Spatial Resolution = 2,000,000 Pixels, 1600*1200
Bundled Software = PC Software
Shell Material = Aluminum
Frame Rate = 30 fps

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SEE7810 adopts an innovated UltraPix? technology which can achieve the function of multispectral snapshot image and reconfigurable multispectral. SEE7810 integrates Sensor/ MCU/Al algorithm/PC Software. It has a great potential demand in the field of consuming electronics, machine vision, digital agriculture, intelligent medical, intel- ligent environment.

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? Small micro size, easy integration.
? Real-time imaging, efficient and informative.
? Flexibly customized spectral channel number and spatial resolution.

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ContentSEE7810 adopts an innovated UltraPix? technology which can achieve the function of multispectral snapshot image and reconfigurable multispectral. SEE7810 integrates Sensor/ MCU/Al algorithm/PC Software. It has a great potential demand in the field of consuming electronics, machine vision, digital agriculture, intelligent medical, intel- ligent environment. Features ? Small micro size, easy integration. ? Real-time imaging, efficient and informative. ? Flexibly customized spectral channel number and spatial resolution.imec SNAPSHOT UAV VIS+NIR How can a spectral camera become an analyzing tool in situations where the motion is not linear and perfectly controlled? This payload can help you develop a fully integrated solution that will make the acquisition of high quality spectral data on a flight mode easy and fast. The two embedded snapshot imagers VIS and RedNIR enable a user-friendly approach with real-time acquisition, processing and down-streaming of the application data at video rate from drone-based systems, focusing only on the application and research. This UAV platform is compatible with the DJI M600 Pro and can be connected in one click. Users can modify it in any way required for the integration into other flight controllers. It can be used as a development tool for hardware and software to end up in a complete UAV solution. Different arrangements and new ideas can be derived from utilizing this technology platform for drone-like applications such as precision agriculture and environment sensing.OCI?-2000 VIS-NIR hyperspectral imagers and imaging cameras are extremely compact, light, and rugged, covering visible - near-infrared (VIS - NIR) spectral range from 470 - 1000 nm. Unlike conventional hyperspectral imagers which rely on intensive software effort on hyperspectral images cube construction, the innovative design of the OCI?-2000 hyperspectral imaging cameras feature point-and-shoot operation and ultrafast data transfer rates, with automatic data capturing and processing. The elegant completely integrated design and manufacturing in our quality certified production facility with master quality control to deliver high precision, superb signal-to-noise, excellent spectral & spatial resolution, and outstanding imaging quality. With the free packed operation software and user-friendly interface, OCI? - 2000 hyperspectral imaging cameras are automatic and minimum human intervention. They are ideally catered to various unnamed aerial vehicles/systems (UAV/UAS) and remotely operated vehicles (ROV). BaySpec also provides ready-to-fly hyperspectral solution. Extreme compactness with uncompromised performance, automatic operation and data processing makes the OCI-UAV a straightforward system for applications such as precision agriculture and remote sensing, geological survey, security/defense, oceanography, and anti-counterfeiting.Very Compact Multispectral Cameras CMS Multispetral cameras are specially designed to allow high integration of VIS/NIR multispectral systems. These lightweight (less than 75 g) and very small footprint (56x56x22mm) cameras split the image into 8 spectral bands plus 1 B&W channel. Made by hybridization of a custom Bayer-like mosaic filter on a commercial 1.3 MPixel CMOS Sensor, they allow extracting the spectrum on each point of an image. SILIOS offers three different CMS cameras (CMS-C, CMS-V and CMS-S) to address a wide spectrum of applications.Very Compact Multispectral Cameras CMS4 Multispetral cameras are specially designed to allow high integration of VIS/NIR multispectral systems. These lightweight (less than 170g) and very small footprint (52x62x40mm) cameras split the image into 8 spectral bands plus 1 B&W channel. Made by hybridization of a custom Bayer-like mosaic filter on a commercial 4.2 MPixel CMOS Sensor, they allow extracting the spectrum on each point of an image. SILIOS offers three different CMS4 cameras (CMS4-C, CMS4-V and CMS4-S) to address a wide spectrum of applications.XIMEA SNAPSHOT RedNIR Want to test hyperspectral scanning and analysis in the RedNIR range? With this user-friendly real-time USB 3.0 camera from Ximea, integrating imec?s hyperspectral sensor, you?ll be looking at relevant test data within a few minutes after installation.
DescriptionSpectral Wavelength = 380-980nm Number of Spectral Channels = 31 Channels Photoelectric Sensor = Array CMOS Size = 120*75*40mm Spatial Frequency Response = 176 LW/PH Wavelength Accuracy = 5nm Minimum Output Step = 20nm Spectral Resolution = 35 nm Color Coordinates Accuracy (CIE1931x,y) = 0.01~0.04 Luminance Accuracy = ?3% Effective Focal Length (prime lens) = 1.928 mm Imaging Distance = 423 mm ~ Inf FOV = 71(H) Deg/56(V) Deg/83(D) Deg Interface Form = USB 3.0 Spatial Resolution = 2,000,000 Pixels, 1600*1200 Bundled Software = PC Software Shell Material = Aluminum Frame Rate = 30 fpsspectral range = 460 nm - 900 nm spectral resolution = 31 bands spatial resolution = 2 x 2048 x 1088 px FWHM (full width at half maximum) = 10 - 15 nm pixel pitch = 5.5?m acquisition speed = 2 x 20 fps dynamic range = 10 bit gimbal = Gremsy T3v3 with hyper quick release = mechanical dimensions (W x H x D) 10 x 8 x 9.5 cm weight = 620 g without optics embedded hardware = Nvidia Jetson GPU, 1 TB local storage optics = C-mountSpectral Range = 475 - 875 nm Spectral Resolution = 12 - 15 FWHM Number of Spectral Bands = 35-40 Frame Rate = 50 frames/sec Dimension = Weight =Spectral range = 550 - 830 nm Band width (FWHM avg) = 40 nm Macropixel configuration = 3 x 3 (8 color bands + 1 B&W) Array type = CMOS Optical Interface = CS-mount (C-mount compatible with additional C-ring) Resolution (raw picture) = 1280 (H) x 1024 (V) Resolution (spectral pictures) = 426 (H) x 339 (V) Pixel pitch = 5.3 ?m Maximum frame rate = 60 Hz Exposure time range = 10 ?s to 2 s ADC = 10-bit Camera control = USB 3.0/ GigE Digital output = 10-bit USB 3.0 / 10-bit GigE Power supply = USB 3.0 External Dimension (W x H x L) = 56 x 56 x 22 mm / 62 x 62 x 31 mm Weight (camera head) = 100 g/ 110 gSpectral range = 430 - 700 nm Band width (FWHM avg) = 40 nm Macropixel configuration = 3 x 3 (8 color bands + 1 B&W) Array type = CMOS Optical Interface = CS-mount (C-mount compatible with additional C-ring) Resolution (raw picture) = 2048 (H) x 2048 (V) Resolution (spectral pictures) = 682 (H) x 682 (V) Pixel pitch = 5.5 ?m Maximum frame rate = 65 Hz (camera acquisition) / 20 Hz (COLOR SHADES Lab) Exposure time range = 100 ?s to 5 s ADC = 10-bit Camera control = USB 3.0 Digital output = 10-bit USB 3.0 Power supply = USB 3.0 Dimension (W x H x L) = 52 x 62 x 40 mm Weight (camera head) = 180 gspectral range = 600-870 nm spectral resolution = 15 bands spatial resolution = 2040 x 1080 imager type = CMOS imager, CMOSIS CMV2000-based acquisition speed = Up to 120 hyperspectral cubes/second (limit of USB 3.0 interface) pixel pitch = 5.5 ?m pixels, 2/3?? sensor optical format bit depth = 10 bits optics = 16/25/35/50 mm lenses, C-mount camera interface = USB 3.0 + GPIO for triggering power consumption < 1.8 W camera dimensions (W x H x D) = 26 x 26 x 31 mm camera weight = 27 g without optics software = HSI MOSAIC software for raw image acquisition, data pre-processing, hypercube visualization and classification, including API
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