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Hyperspectral cameras and systems
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Acquire much more image detail by using a hyperspectral camera
Using a Hyperspectral camera, for Machine Vision, results in more process-control capabilities by revealing the invisible. Using this type of camera, generating a greater depth of understanding of phenomena and objects studied.

Combining the tools of digital imaging and spectroscopy, the complete spectral band of each pixel is captured by the camera and used to specify each part of the capture with high accuracy and detail.

The human eye, like a normal colour camera, acquires light in three bands, red, green and blue which is not the most efficient method of object-classification. On the other hand, a hyperspectral camera divides the spectrum into many more colour bands and classifies objects according to their spectrally-unique properties thus vastly improving object ientification.

Learn how a hyperspectral camera works
A hyperspectral camera captures the object or scene line-by-line and this line is split into its spectral components before reaching the sensor. In general, hyperspectral sensors measure bands at 10 ot 20 nm intervals. The resultant image consists of dozens to hundreds of narrow, adjacent and data-rich spectral bands, every pixel of which can then be used to characterise the objects under review. Consequently, hyperspectral imaging leads to a greatly improved ability to classify the objects based on their spectral signatures as well as enabling process control capabilities beyond what has been traditionally possible.

Applications for hyperspectral imaging
Hyperspectral cameras are designed for applications that require a high resolution and distortion free image on the detector and this type of capture is valuable in applications where there is a need to distinguish between spectrally similar materials. Uses for hyperspectral cameras include:

• Monitoring crop vigor and disease treatment • Land cover classification and fire management • Environmental impact of disasters
• High speed drill core analysis • Colour-quality control in textile manufacturing • Separating crime scene details
• Mineral mapping • Species detection • National intelligence
• Chemical imaging • Scientific research • Material classification

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Hyperspectral  cameras
Imaging Spectrographs
Imaging Spectographs - Visible light
Model
Wavelength
Image size
Spectral resolution
Dispersion
Numberical aperture
ImSpector V8 (1/2") 380 - 800 nm spectral 4.8mm, spatial 6.6mm 8 nm 93.6 nm / mm F/2.8
ImSpector V8 (2/3"') 380 - 800 nm spectral 6.6 mm, spatial 8.8mm 6 nm 66 nm / mm F/2.8
ImSpector V8 Enhanced 380 - 800 nm spectral 6.15 mm, spatial 14.2 mm 2 nm    
 
Imaging Spectographs - for Visible and NIR
ImSpector V10 (1/2") 400 - 1000 nm spectral 4.3 mm, spatial 6,6 mm 11.2 nm 139 nm / mm F/2.8
ImSpector V10 (2/3") 400 - 1000 nm spectral 6.6 mm, spatial 8.8mm 9 nm 93,9 nm / mm F/2.8
ImSpector V10 Enhanced 400 - 1000 nm spectral 6.15 mm, spatial 14.2 mm 2.8 nm 97.5 nm / mm F/2.4
Imspector V10M 350 - 1 000 nm spectral 7.0 mm, spatial 24.0 mm 1.5 nm 111 nm / mm F/2.4
Imspector Fast 10 400 - 1000 nm spatial 14.3 mm 15 nm 750 nm / mm F/3.2
           
Imaging Spectographs - for Extended NIR        
ImSpector V16M 600 - 1 600 nm max. 7.3 (spectral) x 16.0 (spatial) mm 3.25 nm (with 30 µm slit) 137 nm/mm F/2.4
           
Imaging Spectographs - NIR and SWIR        
ImSpector N25E - SWIR 1 000 - 2 500 nm spectral 7.6 mm, spatial 14.2 mm 8 nm 208 nm / mm F/2.0
ImSpector N17E - NIR 900 - 1700nm max. 7.6 (spectral) x 14.2 (spatial) mm 5nm (with 30µm slit) 110nm/mm F/2.0
ImSpector V16M - eNIR 600 - 1 600 nm max. 7.3 (spectral) x 16.0 (spatial) mm 3.25 nm (with 30 µm slit) 137 nm/mm F/2.4
           
Imaging Spectrographs - MWIR        
ImSpector M50M - MWIR 3.0 µm - 5.0 µm (spectral x spacial) 3.57 x 9.6 mm 35 nm 560 nm / mm 2.0

Imaging Spectographs- fully integrated - LWIR        
Model Spectral range Spectral bands Spectral resolution Pixel size Frame rate
L120MP HS - fully-integrated camera 8 - 12 µm 30 400 nm** 35 x 35 µm 60 fps
L120MP HR - fully-integrated camera 8 - 14µm 85 100 nm** 35 x 35 µm 60 fps
L120MP C - fully-integrated camera 8 - 12 µm 84 100 nm**   up to 100 fps
      ** Diffraction limited
Raman        
Model Wavelength Image size Spectral resolution (FWHM) Numerical aperture
ImSpector R6E 530 - 630 nm (18 900 - 15 900 cm -1) 13 x 13 mm 0.3 nm (~10 cm -1 ) 0.21 (F/2,4)
ImSpector R10E 770 - 980 nm (13 000 - 10 200 cm -1 ) 13 x 13 mm 0.6 nm (~10 cm -1) 0.21 (F/2,4)

Spectral Cameras
Spectral cameras - visible light
Model Wavelength Sensor Type Pixel size Spectral resolution Frame Rate Output
PFD V8E 380 - 800 nm CMOS 8.0 µm 2.0 nm 65 fps Base CameraLink
PS V8E 380 - 800 nm Interline CCD 6.45 µm 2.0 nm 11 fps Firewire
HS V8E 380 - 800 nm Interline CCD 7.4 µm 2.0 nm 33 fps Base CameraLink
             
Spectral cameras - visible and near-infrared          
V10M 350 - 1000 nm CMOS 8.0 µm 1.5 nm 35 fps CameraLink
PFD V10E 400 - 1 000 nm CMOS 8.0 µm 2.8 nm 65 fps Base CameraLink
PS V10E 400 - 1 000 nm Interline CCD 6.45 µm 2.8 nm 11 fps Firewire
HS V10E 400 - 1 000 nm Interline CCD 7.4 µm 2.8 nm 33 fps Base CameraLink
             
Spectral cameras - Extended near-infrared          
eNIR 600-1600 nm CMOS 30 x 30 µm 7 nm 100 fps USB2, CameraLink
             
Spectral cameras - Near-infrared          
XLNIR 900 - 1700 nm ±10nm TE-cooled InGaAs photodiode array 30 x 30 µm rms spot radius < 15 µm 100 fps / 350 fps USB2, CameraLink
XHNIR 900 - 1700 nm ±10nm 20 x 20 µm rms spot radius < 15 µm 120 fps / 400 fps CameraLink
VLNIR 900 - 1700 nm ±10nm 30 x 30 µm rms spot radius < 15 µm 100 fps CameraLink
             
Spectral cameras - SWIR          
SWIR 970 - 2500 nm ± MCT 30 x 30 µm 10 nm (30µm slit) 100 fps 14-bit LVDS
             
Spectral cameras - MWIR          
MWIR-CL-120 M50M OEM 3.0 - 5.0 µm InSb 15 µm 35 nm 120 / 240 fps CL / GigE
MWIR-CL-380 M50M OEM 3.0 - 5.0 µm InSb 30 µm 35 nm 380 / 800 fps CL / GigE
             
             
Accessories and options for enhancing imaging spectrograph capture        
Multipoint fibre optics
Fore lenses
Order blocking filters
         
             
Hyperspectral systems
Model Spectral Range Spectral resolution Spatial pixels/line Pixel size on sample Maximum sample size
SisuCHEMA - chemical imaging       200 x 300 x 45 mm (WxLxT)
SisuCHEMA VNIR 400 - 1 000 nm 2.8 nm 1312 38 - 152 µm
SisuCHEMA NIR 900 - 1 700 nm 6 nm 320 Scalable from 30 to 600 microns
SisuCHEMA SWIR 1 000 - 2 500 nm 10 nm 320 Scalable from 30 to 600 microns

SisuRock - core imaging        
SisuRock - SWIR 970 – 2 500 nm 10 nm 320 HR*: 0.2 mm; HS: 2.0 mm 1 500 x 640 x 200 mm (L x W x H), 50 kg
SisuRock - VNIR 400 - 1 000 nm 2.8 nm 1 000 HR*: 0.09 mm; HS: 0.64 mm
SisuRock - RGB N/A N/A 4 000 HR*: 0.016 mm; HS: 0.16 mm
* HR - High Resolution mode for single core measurement. HS - High Speed mode for single core box measurement.
 
Model Spectral Range Spectral bands Spatial pixels Pixel size on sample Maximum sample size
Sisu Single Core Scanning        
SisuSCS - SWIR 1 000 - 2 500 nm 256 320 0.16 - 0.38 mm (320 pixels) 130 x 1 500 x 75 mm (L x W x H)
SisuSCS - VNIR 400 - 1 000 nm 96 - 768 (adjustable by binning) up to 1312 0.04 - 0.09 mm (1312 pixels)

Model Spectral Range Spectral resolution Sensor Frame rate per second Number of spectral bands
Aisa Series - Airborne          
AisaEAGLET 400-1000 nm 3.3 nm Progressive CCD up to 125 410; 205; 102 depending on binning
AisaEAGLE 400-970 nm 3.3 nm Progressive CCD up to 160 488, 244, 122, 60 depending on binning
AisaHAWK 970 - 2500 nm 12 nm MCT Up to 100 254
AisaDUAL Total 400-2500 nm VNIR - 3.3 nm; SWIR 12 nm VNIR - CCD; SWIR - MCT up to 100 VNIR - 244, 122, 60. SWIR - 254, 227, 63
AisaFENIX VNIR: 380 - 970 nm
SWIR: 970 - 2 500 nm
VNIR: 3.5 nm
SWIR: 10 nm
VNIR: CMOS
SWIR: Stirling-cooled MCT
Up to 130 VNIR: 344, 172, 86
SWIR: 275
AisaOWL 7.6 - 12.5 µm 100 nm (diffraction limited) Stirling-cooled MCT up to 100 100
AisaIBIS 670 - 780 nm in the order of 0.25 nm sCMOS, snapshot mode Up to 100 Hz 1000
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