Headwall introduces airborne VNIR-SWIR sensor for UAVs or fixed-wing aircraft

Headwall has announced the release of the Hyperspec VNIR-SWIR sensor, which covered the 400-2500nm spectral range.

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Headwall has announced the release of the Hyperspec VNIR-SWIR sensor, which covered the 400-2500nm spectral range. The VNIR portion of the sensor is powered by a scientific CMOS image sensor and covers a wavelength range of 400 to 1000 nm with 1600 spatial channels and a spectral resolution of 5 nm. The SWIR portion of the sensor is powered by a Stirling-cooled MCT detector and covers a wavelength range of 950 – 2500 nm with 384 spatial channels and a spectral resolution of 10 n. The 15” x 15” x 8” sensor weighs less than 30 lbs., which includes its compact data system for sensor control and image acquisition. Hyperspec VNIR-SWIR sensors are suitable for integration into UAVs and fixed-wing aircrafts for military and defense or airborne remote sensing applications.

To Learn More:

Contact: Headwall Photonics
Headquarters: Fitchburg, MA, USA
Product:
Hyperspec VNIR-SWIR sensor
Key features: sCMOS sensor, wavelength range of 400 to 1000 nm (VNIR), Stirling-cooled MCT detector, wavelength range of 950 to 2500 nm (SWIR).

What Headwall Photonics says:
View more information on the Hyperspec VNIR-SWIR sensor.

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