JAI releases multispectral camera that images simultaneously in three wavebands

March 4, 2020
Near infrared wavelength ranges are split to different image sensors.

A new addition to JAI’s Fusion Series cameras, the FS-3200T-10GE-NNC multispectral camera features a dichroic prism that can divide incoming light into three separate CMOS image sensors for 3.2 MPixel images in Bayer color, and 700-800 nm and 820-1000 nm near infrared (NIR) channels while maintaining a common optical path.

Splitting the NIR signal into two separate bands is, according to the manufacturer, designed to assist with the inspection of materials that fluoresce under different portions of the infrared spectrum, without requiring separate camera and lighting setups.

The camera’s 10 GigE interface complies with the GigE Vision 2.0 standard, provides separate Bayer and NIR output on a single cable, and supports the Precision Time Protocol (IEEE 1588). The camera provides 8-bit output, with 10-bit and 12-bit output independently selectable for the Bayer color and NIR channels.

The FS-3200T-10GE-NNC has a 62 x 62 x 86.5 mm footprint, provides up to 107 fps image capture, features 10 Gbps GigE Vision interface, a Sony IMX252 global shutter image sensor in 1/1.8-inch optical format, and C-Mount lens mount. The camera has an operating temperature of -5°C to 45°C.


To Learn More:

Contact: JAI
Headquarters: San Jose, CA, USA
Product: FS-3200T-10GE-NNC multispectral camera
Key Features: Three separate CMOS sensors for visible and two NIR channels, 10 GigE interface, up to 107 fps, C-Mount.

What JAI says: View more information on the FS-3200T-10GE-NNC multispectral camera.

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