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Hyperspectral Cameras

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Hyperspectral CamerasThe HySpex Baldur line of industrial hyperspectral cameras from SphereOptics GmbH are based on a Nyquist spectral sampling, giving a spectral resolution of two spectral bands, and providing a spatial resolution of >1.7 pixels.

The HySpex Baldur covers the spectral range from 400 to 1000 nm and 950 to 2500 nm in several configurations with selectable ranges. All cameras within the same wavelength range have the same center wavelengths, making them easily interchangeable. Traceable calibration standards to NIST and PTB lead to a robust design.

A high-end software development kit makes it simple to integrate the HySpex hardware into any third-party software and hardware solution.

Photonics Spectra
Feb 2020

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