Hyperspectral camera designed for industrial automation will be shown at Photonics West

Jan. 11, 2017
At SPIE Photonics West 2017, SPECIM will showcase its FX17 hyperspectral camera, which measures 150 x 85 x 75 mm and is designed for industrial automation applications, including quality control, inspection and process monitoring. 

At SPIE Photonics West 2017, SPECIM will showcase its FX17 hyperspectral camera, which measures 150 x 85 x 75 mm and is designed for industrial automation applications, including quality control, inspection and process monitoring. The InGaAs-based FX17 camera has a spectral range of 900 – 1700 nm and free wavelength selection from 230 bands within the camera coverage. At full frame, the camera can reach 670 fps, and with 4 bands selected, can reach 15,000 fps. The camera is available with a Camera Link interface, and a GigE Vision format will be made available soon as well. Furthermore, the hyperspectral camera comes with factory-loaded unified wavelength calibration that produces unit-to-until compatible data output.

SPIE Photonics West 2017 booth number: 2613

To Learn More:

Contact: SPECIM Spectral Imaging
Headquarters: Oulu, Finland
Product:
SPECIM FX17 hyperspectral camera
Key Features: NIR range of 900 to 1700 nm and free wavelength selection from 230 bands, 670 fps at full frame, 15,000 fps with four bands selected, Camera Link and GigE interface.

What SPECIM says:
View more information on the SPECIM FX17.

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