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TMP‐HSP - Hyperspectral camera

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Developing hyperspectral imaging applications in following areas:
  • Precision farming
  • Medical research, ophthalmology, dermatology
  • Resource management
  • Food safety & quality
  • Forensics, criminal, art, material engineering
  • Gemology
  • Military
Hyperspectral R SERIES
t-series.jpgThe 100R Product Line is the newest in a series of sensors that uses a convex grating reflective spectrograph design.
The 100R Series now gives our customer base a choice between transmissive and reflective systems.
The 100R Series also incorporates a patented line scanning technique (U.S. Patent No. 6,166,373) that requires no relative movement between the target and the sensor.
VNIR-HW UV (200 - 400 nm) / VNIR (400 - 1000 nm) / SWIR (900 -1700 nm & 1000 - 2500 nm)

Hyperspectral T SERIES
r-series.jpgThe 100T Product line is our first hyperspectral product in a series of sensors that will span the spectrum from ultraviolet to the infrared. The 100T measures the intensity of reflected energy from any given target at hundreds of narrow wavelengths and stores that information in a digital image format, called a hyperspectral image. Each image contains a complete reflectance spectrum from a given range (UV/VNIR/SWIR) of nanometers for every picture element in the image.

The 100T Series incorporates a patented line scanning technique (U.S. Patent No. 6,166,373) that requires no relative movement between the target and the sensor. This unique capability eliminates the need to use liquid crystal tunable filters that suffer from relatively low throughput. The 100E Series uses a prism-grating-prism to separate incoming light into component wavelengths, a method that attenuates less energy, and is therefore especially useful when high signal-to-noise ratios are important.
UV (200 - 400 nm) / VNIR (400 - 1000 nm) / SWIR (900 - 1700 nm & 1000 - 2500 nm)
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