SpectroCam SWIR 640 Multispectral Wheel Camera from PIXELTEQ

Largo, FL --- Multispectral imaging and sensing manufacturer, PIXELTEQ, introduces the SpectroCam VIS-SWIR 640 multispectral imaging camera. The new SpectoCam is ideal for SWIR imaging in tissue and biologic material analysis for medical and forensics, pigment and object analysis for cultural heritage applications, and quality analysis of produce for agriculture applications.

The SpectroCam VIS-SWIR 640 features an InGaAs sensor for increased sensitivity, full frame 640 x 512 pixel resolution, a 15µm pixel pitch, and can produce live processed images of six spectral bands at a rate of 25 frames per second. The lightweight, portable camera is powered by easy-to-use software, allowing users to complete initial setup in minutes.

In addition to the new SpectroCam, PIXELTEQ has expanded its selection of SWIR filters. The new filters are available in mounted versions for the SpectroCam filter wheel, and in custom round or rectangular formats for customers’ specific application needs. The PIXELTEQ team of application engineers is available to discuss design requirements for custom jobs, or customers can browse a selection of stock filters at the PIXELTEQ Optical Filter Shop website at http://www.opticalfiltershop.com.

To learn more, visit http://www.pixelteq.com
 

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