Photonfocus Hyperspectral Cameras

Photonfocus Hyperspectral imaging (HSI) cameras considerably improve the identification and classification of objects. They divide the light spectrum into many small wavelength bands and capture the unique spectral fingerprint of an object, revealing very detailed information in numerous applications.

MV1-D2048x1088-HS01-96-G2 | BROCHURE

  • IMEC, CMV2K-LS100, 2/3", 2048 x 1088, 42fps, GigE

The MV1-D2048x1088-HS01-G2 camera deploys the IMEC line scan wedge CMV2K-LS100-NIR sensor which is based on the CMOSIS CMV2000 CMOS image sensor. The sensor has in the spectral region from 600nm to 1000nm 100 pass bands with a Full-Width Half-Maximum (FWHM) of 10 - 12nm.

The cameras focus on demanding hyperspectral imaging applications. The low full well capacity and the global shutter of the sensor make high speed applications possible. The camera has the GigE interface (GigEVision).

 

MV1-D2048x1088-HS02-96-G2 | BROCHURE

  • IMEC, CMV2K-SSM5x5, 2/3", 2048 x 1088, 42fps, GigE

The MV1-D2048x1088-HS02-G2 camera deploys the IMEC snapshot mosaic CMV2K-SSM5x5-NIR sensor which is based on the CMOSIS CMV2000 CMOS image sensor. The sensor has in the spectral region from 600nm to 975nm 25 pass bands in a 5 by 5 mosaic with a Full-Width Half-Maximum (FWHM) of 16nm. The spatial resolution of the sensor is 409 x 217 pixels per spectral band.

The cameras focus on demanding hyperspectral imaging applications. The low full well capacity and the global shutter of the sensor make high speed applications possible. The camera has the GigE interface (GigEVision).