Polyspectral cameras (multispectral and hyperspectral) in the near infrared and short-wave infrared (NIR, SWIR) 900-1700nm and extended-SWIR 900-2500nm.
For scientific, research (R&D&I) and industrial applications, including machine vision and online multispectral and hyperspectral imaging.
In the NIR-SWIR spectral range (900-1700, 900-2500 nm) the detection is based on InGaAs sensors typically, inherently (quite) more expensive than CMOS sensors. Therefore, these NIR-SWIR cameras cost much more than multispectral and hyperspectral cameras in the spectral range 400 - 1000 nm (VNIR, VISNIR), based on CMOS sensors.
Within polyspectral cameras no one agrees on how far to call multispectral and from where hyperspectral, but a good approximation would be:
- multispectral camera: measures up to a few spectral bands, maximum of 10
- hyperspectral camera: measures from about 10 spectral bands
From Iberoptics, we can offer the following polyspectral SWIR cameras:
- Multispectral (Silios)
- Hyperspectral 900-1700nm (Nireos)
- Hyperspectral 900-2300nm (Nireos)
Below you can find the details of each camera.
The multispectral and hyperspectral systems in the spectral range 900 - 2500 nm are suitable for applications that require polyspectral image such as:
- food and agriculture (agri-food)
We are the distributors of Silios and Nireos in Portugal and Spain.