At SPIE DCS 2018 from April 15-19 in Orlando, Delta Optical Thin Film will showcase its newly-launched continuously variable bandpass filtersthat are specifically designed for hyperspectral imaging. The filters are designed for mid-size and full-frame CCD/CMOS sensors and are currently available in four models:
- Center wavelength range of 450 nm to 880 nm, bandwidth approximately 2% of center wavelength, transmission 60% to 90%, blocking range 200 nm to 1150 nm.
- Center wavelength range of 450 nm to 880 nm, bandwidth approximately 4% of center wavelength, transmission 70% to 90%, blocking range 200 nm to 1100 nm.
- Center wavelength range of 800 nm to 1100 nm, bandwidth approximately 1% of center wavelength, transmission >70%, blocking range 200 nm to 1100 nm.
These sizes are given as height x length, where height is perpendicular to the wavelength gradient and length is along the wavelength gradient. The filters can also be diced to smaller sizes.
SPIE DCS 2018 booth number: 1025
To Learn More:
Contact:Delta Optical Thin Film
Headquarters: Hørsholm, Denmark
Product: Continuously variable bandpass filters for hyperspectral imaging
Key Features: Developed for mid-size, full-frame CCD/CMOS sensor, fully blocked in the light sensitive wavelength range of silicon-based detectors (200 nm to 1150 nm or higher.)
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