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Weatherproof Hyperspectral Imager

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Telops Inc. has introduced the improved Hyper-Cam Weatherproof, which provides the same hyperspectral imaging capabilities but benefits from an upgraded weatherproof enclosure.

It operates over an extended temperature range from −20 to 40 °C and can be stored at temperatures between −40 and 70 °C. The system is IP 52-rated and enables users to benefit from high-quality hyperspectral imaging without worrying about changing environmental conditions during field measurements.

The upgrade extends applications to include stand-off chemical detection and identification, military target signature analysis, flare measurement and leak detection, and it allows more flexibility for outdoor operations.

Photonics Spectra
Aug 2012

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