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Resonon Pika XC2 Hyperspectral Imaging Camera

Resonon Pika XC2 Hyperspectral Imaging Camera

400 – 1000 nm High-precision VNIR Hyperspectral Camera

Spectral channels: 447
Spectral resolution: 1.3 nm
Spatial channels: 1600
Bit depth: 12
Calibrated using white calibration tile.


The Pika XC2 hyperspectral camera is Resonon’s highest precision Visible+Near-Infrared (VNIR) imager covering the 400 – 1000 nm spectral range.   It has higher spatial and spectral resolutions than the Pika L hyperspectral camera.

The Pika XC2 is ideal for researchers who need high-precision laboratory data.  The Pika XC2 can also be used with our field system for terrestrial-based outdoor measurements, and our airborne system for remote sensing applications (although it weighs more than the Pika L hyperspectral camera, which is designed for drone-based remote sensing).
Resonon Pika XC2 Hyperspectral Imaging Camera

Resonon Pika XC2 Hyperspectral Imaging Camera

Key Features

Objective Lenses for Pika XC2

Focal Length (mm) FOV (deg) IFOV (mrad)
70 7.7 0.17
50 10.7 0.24
23 23.1 0.52
17 30.8 0.71
12 42.7 1.00
8 60.8 1.50
6 76 2.00

Key Benefits

Because of its higher precision the Pika XC2 generates very large datasets.  Resonon’s hyperspectral software provides hardware and software binning capabilities in both the spatial and spectral dimensions, enabling smaller data volume when reduced resolutions are acceptable.
All Resonon hyperspectral cameras, including the Pika XC2, use a pushbroom (i.e. line-scan) approach to imaging.

Resonon Pika XC2 Hyperspectral Imaging Camera

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Spectral Range (nm) 400 – 1000 f/# ƒ / 2.4
Spectral Resolution (nm) 1.3 Signal-to-Noise Ratio (Peak) 366 (2x bin), 518 (4x bin)
Spectral Channels 447 Average RMS Spot Radius (µm) 6
Spatial Channels 1600 Smile, Peak-to-Peak (µm) 4
Max Frame Rate (fps) 165 Keystone, Peak-to-Peak (µm) 5
Bit Depth 12
Connection Options USB 3.0
Size (cm/in) 10.1 x 27.5 x 7.4 / 4.0 x 10.8 x 2.9 Spectral Pixels 894
Weight (kg/lb) 2.2 / 4.9 Dispersion per Pixel = Spectral Sampling (nm) 0.67
Power requirements 3.4 W Pixel Size (µm) 5.86
Operating Temperature Range (C/F) 5 – 40 / 41 – 104 Hyperspectral Terminology Glossary Click here



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