The BlueEye is a pushbroom HSI camera that expands the common spectral range to include UV, covering UV-A, UV-B and UV-C, making it suitable for biotechnology, forensics and medical technology. It can detect invisible contamination on surfaces and is suitable for ingredient analysis and cellular diagnostics. Questions and comments are welcome at the manufacturer.
BlueEye – UV Hyperspectral Camera is a camera with 220-380 nm wavelength, back-illuminated sCMOS sensor, USB 3.1 interface, cooling options, 40 fps @ 2048 x 2048 pixels, free of periodical calibration of optical path components, and excellent optical imaging performance.
Very precise colour data is recorded with the GreenEye Visible NIR hyperspectral imaging camera. In contrast to colour cameras, it reproduces spectral information in more than 1000 bands. It combines the visible and NIR spectrums, allowing conclusions to be drawn regarding chemical characteristics, including material properties.
Here are some of its main attributes:
Transmission grating configuration for superior sensitivity
RedEye – NIR Hyperspectral Camera from INNO-Spec is a line of push-broom HSI cameras for the near-infrared (NIR) spectrum that can operate in wavelengths between 950 and 2200 nm. It is available in four versions with varying wavelength ranges and offers real-time in-line monitoring, even on fast-moving objects.
RedEye NIR HS Cameras offer various wavelength ranges, excellent photosensitivity, GigE Vision Interface, parallel colour image recording, best optical image quality, and are maintenance-free.
The Wave Series cameras are dual-band line scan cameras capable of sensing Short Wave InfraRed (SWIR) light. The cameras are based on Indium/Gallium /Arsenide (InGaAs) sensor technology and JAI’s prism line scan technology, making them capable of delivering dual-band imaging in the SWIR light spectrum (900 – 1700 nm).