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HyperScan VNIR Micro

Pushbroom Hyperspectral Sensors for small Airborne, Laboratory, and Field Applications

Key Features

Characteristics

Configurations

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Camera

VNIR Low Noise

VNIR High Dynamic Range

Unique Features

High dynamic range

Spatial Resolution

2560 pixels

1750 pixels

Dispersion

1.5 nm/pixel

1.8 nm/pixel

# of Spectral Channels

399

337

Second Order Rejection

Built in OSF

Spectral Range

400 – 1000 nm

Peak Grating Efficiency

90% @ 500 nm

Scanning Mechanism

Rotation stage

Scanning Resolution

3 µrad

3.7 µrad

Scan Angle (Field of Regard)

> 180 deg

f/#

2.4

Imaging

Pushbroom hyperspectral

Slit Width

10 to 25 µm (interchangeable) (custom widths available)

Dark Frame Collection

Automatic (w/built-in shutter)

Keystone Smile

< 1 pixel

Calibration

Radiometric, spectral

Lenses

Interchangeable, 25, 35, and 50 mm typical, others can be accommodated

All-Reflective Optics (Optional)

20 mm, 60 mm and 120 mm TMA

Detector (others may be accomplished on a custom basis)

Pixel Size

6.5 µm

8 µm

Detector Resolution

2560×2160

2080×2080

Detector Diagonal

21.7 mm

23.5 mm

Full Well e- (No Binning)

30,000

90,000

SNR (Full Well e-, No Binning)

173

300

Peak QE

57% @ 600nm

51% @ 600 & 700 nm

Max Frame Rate (Global Shutter - Snapshot)

50 fps

61.6 fps

Detector Type

TE cooled sCMOS

CMOS active pixel

Exposure Control

10 µs - 100 ms

10 µs - 410 ms

Binning

Post processing

Bit Depth

16 bits

12 bits

Digital Interface

Camera Link (base mode)

Gigabit Ethernet (GigE)

HyperVision Software

Software Control

HyperVision: full control of sensor, data capture, and real time display

Camera Control

Camera Link

Gigabit Ethernet (GigE)

Scan Control

Via USB 2.0

Frame Rate / Exposure Time

Independent frame rate & exposure time control

GPS / AHRS / IMU (Optional)

Recorded in sync with image data

Data Time Stamping

IRIG or GPS source (optional) or computer clock (standard)

System Monitoring

Recording real time waterfall and frame display;
input voltage and system temperature monitoring (option)

Display

False color and monochrome
Auto-stretch
Spectral profiles
Free run(scan) & during scan / recording
Waterfall display rendered in realtime on system GPU

Data Processing

Custom OKSI ENVI tools for calibration and analysis
IDL / ENVI integration
Full system control and display via wireless LAN

Control

From (i) local computer, (ii) remote via Ethernet,
(iii) remote wireless control from ground station

Miscellaneous Features

Automatic dark field collection
Histogram feedback
IRIG / GPS time stamping

Mechanical

L x W x H *

8”×5”×4.45” (203×127×113 mm)

7”×5”×4.45” (178×127×113 mm)

Mass *

5.5 lbs. (2.5 Kg)

4.5 lbs. (2.0 Kg)

Sensor Mount

Side, up, or down looking airborne application with
locked stage lab & field – with rotation stage sync’d to frame rate

Electrical

Supply Voltage

12 VDC

Max Current

3 amps

2 amps

Max Power

< 30 watts

< 20 watts

Power sources

Works on DC or AC

1000W flight inverter + line interactive UPS with proper AC-to-DC are available

Environment

Temperature control

TEC (optional) for operations in up to 110° F ambient

 

* Including housing enclosure, fan, and optics; for light weight operations of bare sensor with no housing contact OKSI.

 

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