SPECIM Launches Improved MWIR Hyperspectral Camera

Dec. 1, 2023
Camera, which covers full MWIR spectral range, designed for machine vision applications such as QA and sorting.

 SPECIM recently launched an upgraded model of its FX50 middle wave infrared hyperspectral camera. The camera, which covers the full mid-wave infrared spectral range of 2.7 - 5.3 μm, has a 640-pixel spatial resolution, 35 nm spectral resolution, 30 μm effective pixel size, and maximum frame rate of 377 fps. It has a dynamic range of 2000:1 (1.5ms); 5,000:1 (0.2ms). It has GigE and custom ethernet output control/interface and is GenICam and JSON-RPC compliant. It has custom mount lens mount and fore lens options include OLEM43, OLEM23, and OLEM 17, with 24-, 45-, and 60-degree FOV. The camera has a footprint of 280 x 202 x 161 mm, with a mounting surface option on two sides. The camera weighs 7.5 g, has an operating temperature range of 5°C - 40°C, and is rated IP40. The camera is designed for a variety of machine vision tasks such as inspection, QA, and sorting, and because it covers the entire MWIR spectral range, is designed especially for black plastics sorting.

To Learn More:

Contact: SPECIM Spectral Imaging Ltd

Headquarters: Oulu, Finland

Product: FX50 hyperspectral camera

Key Features: MWIR 2.7 - 5.3 μm spectral range, 640-pixel resolution, 377 fps frame rate

What SPECIM Spectral Imaging Ltd says: View more information on FX50 hyperspectral camera.

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