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Hyperspectral Imager

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NEWTON, Mass., Feb. 6, 2023 — Hyperspectral ImagerThe ULTRIS 5 High Frame Rate (HFR) imager from Bodkin Design & Engineering LLC is a snapshot hyperspectral camera that collects up to 75 spectral data-cubes/s with spatial dimensions of 290 × 275 pixels by 51 spectral bins.

This device’s high-speed acquisition can capture dynamic events or mount to unstable platforms. It can be used for moving webs such as recycling conveyors, paper processing, or vehicle-mounted data collections. Its design permits any lens to be mounted onto the imager to match field-of-view requirements. Integration with C-mount lenses, microscopes, endoscopes, and telescopes is possible.
Feb 2023

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