This innovative and super fast frame-based spectral system is sensitive for VNIR spectral range. The HSC-2 cameras are snapshot hyperspectral devices that provides real spectral response in each pixel. No interpolation is used in image formation.
- Frame based snap shot Hyperspectral Camera.
- Resolution 1 Mpix. All pixels are true image pixels. No interpolation is used.
- Up to 1000 freely selectable spectral bands.
- Up to 149 frames per seconds.
Options for remote sensing, laboratory and industry:
NEW! Microscopical hyperspectral imaging
- 500-900nm with fixed C-mount objective
HSI PC-software and API
It is easy to create image scripts and sequences with Senop Hyperspectral Imaging PC software. Also open API is available to be able to control the camera with your own software.
As a snapshot device, HSC-2 camera is very suitable for the use in laboratory environment or with UAV´s like drones and fixed wings.
With standard C-mount interface, camera can be used in microscope applications where extreme precision and magnification is required.
Reflectance plates are placed to the survey site and used as field calibration targets for processing reflectance images and true NDVIs of any multispectral or hyperspectral camera. Senop provides 2 %, 9 %, 23 %, 44 % and 75 % reflectance targets, each 50 cm * 50 cm. Targets are made of materials with near lambertian reflectance properties and calibrated in laboratory. Calibration is carried out between 400 nm and 2400 nm.
Senop irradiance sensor
The irradiance sensor is capable of monitoring changes in the lighting conditions during the imaging for example in remote sensing applications. Once the change is known, it can be taken into account in the post-processing of the data.
|Data format||Data is saved to the Envi header file|
|Dimensions||50 mm x 50 mm x 20 mm|