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4 band SWIR camera – Pixelcam

The PixelCam 9 band SWIR camera utilizes the latest developments in high-performance SWIR (Short Wave Infrared) image sensors combined with Salvo’s patented ability to create pixelated filters to create a multispectral imaging system capable of discerning 9 distinct spectral ranges between 1000nm and 1700nm. This opens the door to a wide range of applications where distinguishing the different SWIR “colors” enables the possibility to identify other subjects much more clearly, just as a color image in the visible spectrum does when compared to a monochrome one. The use of the SWIR spectrum though has many advantages such as the ability to penetrate deeper into certain substances and even see right through them when a visible image would be occluded or even completely opaque.

Description

The PixelCam 4 band SWIR camera utilizes the latest developments in high-performance SWIR (Short Wave Infrared) image sensors combined with Salvo’s patented ability to create pixelated filters to create a multispectral imaging system capable of discerning 4 distinct spectral ranges between 1000nm and 1700nm. This opens the door to a wide range of applications where distinguishing the different SWIR “colors” enables the possibility to identify other subjects much more clearly, just as a color image in the visible spectrum does when compared to a monochrome one. The use of the SWIR spectrum though has many advantages such as the ability to penetrate deeper into certain substances and even see right through them when a visible image would be occluded or even completely opaque.

Applications:
– Aerial Mapping
– Biomedical Imaging
– Machine Vision
– Product Screening
– Remote Sensing
– Unmanned Systems
– Surveillance and Authentication

Benefits:
– Simultaneous multi-band imaging
– Custom RGB-NIR-SWIR spectral bands
– Portable size, weight, and power consumption
– Robust, high reliability, scalable production

OEM Customization:
– Application-specific spectral bands
– Custom pixel-scale mosaic patterning
– Sensor, camera, and housing options
– Mechanical and environmental requirements
– Proof-of-concept prototypes to high-volume production

Specifications:

Specifications:

Spectral Response900-1700 nm
Resolution640 x 512 px
SensorInGaAs
15 um pitch
Spectral Bands1120nm SWP
1200nm Bandpass
1400nm Bandpass
1520nm LWP
Active Area9.6mm x 7.68mm
Frame Rate OverclockedUp to 25 fps
Optical InterfaceC Mount
Digital Output14 bit CameraLink
Dimensions (no lens or mount)50mm (H) x 50mm (W) x 82mm (D)
Weight282 g (0.62 lb.)

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