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Plant Health Imaging FiltersMidwest Optical Systems Inc. has announced four new imaging filters for plant health surveillance applications.

The Bi725 Red Edge Bandpass Filter is a 25-nm FWHM filter designed for use in aerial vegetative monitoring. The filter isolates the wavelength region where the most rapid change in reflectance occurs in foliage.

The DB550/850 filter compliments the already available DB660/850 and DB475/850 filters. When modifying a single color camera by removing its IR blocking filter, incorporation of this filter in its place allows reflected NIR light to be captured in the camera sensor’s red channel and reflected green light to be captured in the sensor’s green channel.

The TB475/550/850 Blue+Green+NIR and TB550/660/850 Green+Red+NIR triple bandpass filters can help provide a more affordable, lightweight alternative when mounted in converted consumer cameras used in aerial surveying applications. Green-Red-NIR data is used for applications where Chlorophyll Vegetation Index (CVI), Normalized Green (NG) and other vegetative index monitoring may be preferred.



Published: January 2017
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