Specim IQ

Specim IQ

Viewfinder camera = 5 Mpix (rescaled to 1280*960 pixels)
Focus camera = 1.3 Mpix
Spectral camera = by Specim
Sd-card reader = UHS-1 SD (Max. 32 GB SD memory card)
Processor = NVIDIA Tegra K1
Cpu = Kepler Mobile
Memory = 2GBytes DDR3L RAM and 8GB Emmc
Gps module = U-BLOX GPS/GNSS MAX-M8Q-0
Operating voltage = 3.7 V
Battery = 5200mAh Li-Ion battery (Type 26650)
WiFi = IEEE Std 802.11 b / g / n
Buttons = 12+1 physical buttons
Display & keyboard = 4.3? touch screen
Buzzer = Indication sounds for the user
Usb connector = USB Type-C
Size = 207 x 91 x 74 mm (depth with lens 125,5 mm)
Weight = 1.3 kg
Wavelength band = 400 – 1000 nm
F/number at Sensor = F/1.7
F/number at Slit = F/2.2
Magnification (Sensor / slit) = 1/1.3
Keystone = Corrected
Smile = Corrected
Spectral resolution = 7 nm
Slit Length = 11.70 mm
Slit Height = 42 ?m
Sensor type = CMOS
Spatial Sampling = 512 pix
Spectral Bands = 204 (with Bin 2x: 102, Bin 3x: 68)
Image resolution = 512 x 512 pix
Pixel size = 17.58 ?m x 17.58 ?m
Data output = 12 bit
QE peak >45 %
Full-well capacity >32000 e-
Peak SNR >400:1
Object distance = 150 – ? mm
Focal length = 21 mm
F/number at Slit = F/2.2
Full field of view (FOV) = 31 x 31 deg
Full field of view (FOV) at 1 m = 0.55 x 0.55 m
Filter thread = M40.5 x 0,5
IP classification = IP5x
Temperature, operational = +5?C – +40?C
Temperature, storage = -20?C – +50?C
Humidity operational = 95% non-condensing
Shock = STD-810G Method 516.6 Precedure VI
EU directive = Radio Equipment Directive 2014/53/EU.
Certificates = CE, FCC, RoHS

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Take your hyperspectral measurements and analysis with you anywhere.
The compact and lightweight hyperspectral camera has all you need to take your hyperspectral analysis anywhere you want ? IP class protection and fully autonomous operation with chargeable batteries and replaceable standard memory cards.
Tailor the camera functionalities with applications matching your analysis requirements. Applications define how the camera is used and how the hyperspectral data is processed, analyzed, saved, and visualized.
Establish a remote connection via USB or WiFi and remotely control your Specim IQ camera from Specim IQ Studio to collect, study and import data. Operate the camera with an easy-to-use graphic user interface, and save the data to the memory card or directly to Specim IQ Studio?s Catalog. Remote usage session supports all Specim IQ camera features except focusing.
Create and tailor applications with Specim IQ Studio software.

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ContentSay Hello To Specim IQ! Take your hyperspectral measurements and analysis with you anywhere. The compact and lightweight hyperspectral camera has all you need to take your hyperspectral analysis anywhere you want ? IP class protection and fully autonomous operation with chargeable batteries and replaceable standard memory cards. Tailor the camera functionalities with applications matching your analysis requirements. Applications define how the camera is used and how the hyperspectral data is processed, analyzed, saved, and visualized. Establish a remote connection via USB or WiFi and remotely control your Specim IQ camera from Specim IQ Studio to collect, study and import data. Operate the camera with an easy-to-use graphic user interface, and save the data to the memory card or directly to Specim IQ Studio?s Catalog. Remote usage session supports all Specim IQ camera features except focusing. 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DescriptionViewfinder camera = 5 Mpix (rescaled to 1280*960 pixels) Focus camera = 1.3 Mpix Spectral camera = by Specim Sd-card reader = UHS-1 SD (Max. 32 GB SD memory card) Processor = NVIDIA Tegra K1 Cpu = Kepler Mobile Memory = 2GBytes DDR3L RAM and 8GB Emmc Gps module = U-BLOX GPS/GNSS MAX-M8Q-0 Operating voltage = 3.7 V Battery = 5200mAh Li-Ion battery (Type 26650) WiFi = IEEE Std 802.11 b / g / n Buttons = 12+1 physical buttons Display & keyboard = 4.3? touch screen Buzzer = Indication sounds for the user Usb connector = USB Type-C Size = 207 x 91 x 74 mm (depth with lens 125,5 mm) Weight = 1.3 kg Wavelength band = 400 - 1000 nm F/number at Sensor = F/1.7 F/number at Slit = F/2.2 Magnification (Sensor / slit) = 1/1.3 Keystone = Corrected Smile = Corrected Spectral resolution = 7 nm Slit Length = 11.70 mm Slit Height = 42 ?m Sensor type = CMOS Spatial Sampling = 512 pix Spectral Bands = 204 (with Bin 2x: 102, Bin 3x: 68) Image resolution = 512 x 512 pix Pixel size = 17.58 ?m x 17.58 ?m Data output = 12 bit QE peak >45 % Full-well capacity >32000 e- Peak SNR >400:1 Object distance = 150 - ? mm Focal length = 21 mm F/number at Slit = F/2.2 Full field of view (FOV) = 31 x 31 deg Full field of view (FOV) at 1 m = 0.55 x 0.55 m Filter thread = M40.5 x 0,5 IP classification = IP5x Temperature, operational = +5?C - +40?C Temperature, storage = -20?C - +50?C Humidity operational = 95% non-condensing Shock = STD-810G Method 516.6 Precedure VI EU directive = Radio Equipment Directive 2014/53/EU. Certificates = CE, FCC, RoHSSpectral 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 = 400 - 1100 nm Spectral Bands = 140 bands Spectral Resolution = 8 - 60 nm FWHM Dimension = 6.0 x 3.3 x 4.3 cm3 Weight = 180gSpectral Range = 600 - 1000 nm Spectral Resolution < 12 nm Number of spectral bands = 20 - 25 Dimension = 35 x 135 x 75 mm Weight = 1 lbs.Spectral range = 400-1000 nm Spectral bands = 300 nominal Spectral resolution = 4 nm (FWHM) Dynamic range = User selectable 8 or 16 bit Standard lens = 3.6 to 6? Field of View (FOV) - 300 mm to ?. T-mount (M42x0.75) Input voltage = 110 VAC at 60Hz / 220 VAC at 50Hz Data interfaces = USB 2.0, 3.0 Operating temperature = 15? to 45? C Humidity = 65% non-condensing Sensor spatial resolution = 2.3 or 5 MP * Illumination = Optional Dimensions (L x W x H) = 85 mm x 59 mm x 70mm Weight = 530 g * RGGB sensor; effective monochromatic equivalent 588,544 pixels and 2.5 MP, respectively for 2.3 and 5 MP sensors without demosaicing.Spectral Range = 450 - 950 nm Number of Bands = 125 FWHM = 8 nm @ 532 nm Max Resolution = 1000 x 1000 pixel Weight = Standard version: 490 g Dimensions = Standard version: 200 x 67 x 60 mm Technology = Multipoint Spectrometer Sensor(s) = 5 MP & 2 MP Spectral Sampling = 4 nm Wavelength Error < 4 nm Total Spectra / Image = 2500 & 1 M pansharpened Total Data Points (Data Points / Cube) = 0.3 million Data Depths = 12 Bit/ 14 Bit Readout = Global shutter Max Frame Rate = Standard version: 25 Hz Integration Time = 0.1-1000 ms Field of View (FOV) = 30?, 20?, 13?, 7?, lens selectable Power Consumption = 7 W
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