Showcased at the Photonfocusbooth at the Conference on Hyperspectral Imaging in Industry 2018 from June 6-7 will be a number of hyperspectral cameras, including the MV1-D2048x1088-HS03-96-G2, which features a GigE Vision interface and an IMEC snapshot mosaic CMV2K-SM4X4-470-630-VIS sensor which is based on the 2.2 MPixel CMOSIS CMV2000 CMOS image sensor. The sensor achieves frame rates of 42 fps and features a 5.5 µm pixel size, and is sensitive in the 470 to 630 nm spectral region with a FWHM of 15 nm. Additionally, the spatial resolution of the sensor is 512 x 256 pixels per spectral band. Photonfocus will also showcase the MV1-D2048x1088-HS02-96-G2, which features the IMEC snapshot mosaic CMV2K-SSM5x5-NIR hyperspectral sensor, which is also based on the CMV2000. The sensor also achieves frame rates of 42 fps and features a 5.5 µm pixel size and is sensitive in the 600 to 975 nm spectral range with a FWHM of 16 nm.
Additionally, Photonfocus will highlight its MV3-D640I-G2 SWIR camera, which is based on the Sofradir SNAKE InGaAs image sensor with CMOS readout. This image sensor is a 640 x 512 InGaAs sensor with a 15 µm pixel size that can achieve a frame rate of 300 fps through GigE interface. The camera is sensitive in the 900 to 1700 nm spectral range and features a configurable region of interest (up to 256 regions of interest), image correction, two look-up tables (12-to-8-bit) on user-defined image region, and a constant frame rate independent of exposure time.
chii2018 booth number: 24
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Headquarters: Lachen, Switzerland
Product: Hyperspectral cameras
Key Features: IMEC hyperspectral sensors based on CMV2000 CMOS sensors, GigE interface, 42 fps frame rate, 470 to 630 nm and 600 to 975 nm spectral range (Hyperspectral cameras), 640 x 512 Sofradir SNAKE InGaAs image sensor with CMOS readout (15 µm pixel size), 900 to 1700 nm range, GigE interface, 300 fps (SWIR camera.)