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SpectroCam SWIR Camera

Dec 2013
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DUIVEN, Netherlands, Sept. 23, 2013 — The SpectroCam multispectral camera from PixelTeq offers multiband, short-wavelength infrared (SWIR) imaging that improves contrast with real-time, pseudo-color visualization for remote sensing, intelligence, biomedical, industrial sorting and authentication applications.

The device provides imaging of up to six spectral bands across the SWIR, near-IR and visible wavelengths. Standard and custom interchangeable filters capture full-frame-resolution images at up to 30 fps.


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