The NV-IR is a product specializing in the recognition of invisible near infrared (900nm-1700nm), which is ideal for component analysis for near infrared, substance identification, and attaining information and visuals into the invisible wavelength range.
It is equipped with a built-in spectroscopic scanning system and can capture spectral images of stationary objects with the camera, giving it excellent versatility and portability such as mounting it on a microscope or conducting outdoor measurements.
|Image resolution||400x320 pixels|
|The number of data bits||10 bits|
|Wavelength range||900nm to 1700nm||Size||H140.2mm|
|Wavelength resolution energy||10nm||Lens mount||C mount|
|Shooting speed||Shooting speed can be set freely|
128,000 pixel shooting:
5.0 seconds (80 fps)
64,000 pixel shooting:
2.5 seconds (80 fps)
With conventional spectroscopic techniques, it is difficult to obtain a full spectroscopic image because spectroscopic data only acquires one point or one line of the evaluated target.
In order to solve these problems, we have developed a new hyperspectral imager that can quickly acquire spectral information for each pixel of the image by incorporating a compact scanning device inside the camera. (For comparison with conventional technology, refer to the figure on the right.) As a result, the versatility has expanded significantly, upgrading such aspects as high-speed photography of spectral image information, outdoor photography, connection to microscopes, endoscopes, telescopes, etc. You can find valuable uses for it regardless of the industry.
Our imager can acquire spectral image data with 121 bands and about 300 million pixels very accurately in just a few seconds.
By using our in-house developed imaging/analysis software (including optional software with additional functions), you can easily and intelligently perform analysis aligned with your purpose. Now is the time to experience high value-added EBA quality.
EBA’s spectrum solutions provide you with new added value that connects your specific field of study to a higher level of R&D. Conventional hyperspectral technology has traditionally been a form of research equipment only used in limited environments inside a laboratory; however, with our vast spectrum database and advanced algorithm development capabilities, we can develop a specialized camera to help you meet your specific challenges.
We can respond to various requests such as manufacturing inspection, drone installation, and development of small sensing modules. Please feel free to contact us if you are facing limits of conventional image recognition technology.