4200C | VIS+NIR Hyperspectral Camera

Sensor Model

Sony IMX174 (CMOS)

Spectral Bands

300 nominal

Spectral Resolution

4 nm (FWHM)

Spectral Range

400 - 1,000 nm

Resolution

1936 x 1216

Interface

USB 3.1

4200C VIS + NIR Hyperspectral Camera, in a nutshell

 

The 4200C ultra-compact imager is the newest in the HinaLea line and covers the visible and near-infrared range from 400 – 1,000 nm. It is exceptionally small at 75 mm x 59 mm x 70 mm while weighing only 530 g. This means it can be easily deployed anywhere – in the field, in a production/inspection facility, or on a UAV.

 

4200C VIS + NIR Hyperspectral Camera, more information

 

The 4200C MiniVIS hyperspectral imaging sensor covers the 400-1000 nm spectral range in a small-formfactor, highly portable, lightweight package. Based on front-staring Fabry Perot technology, 4200C includes hardware and software required to support a broad range of hyperspectral imaging applications. Key specifications include 300 spectral bands at a spectral resolution of 4 nm (FWHM). The 4200C captures a complete high-spatial-resolution image data-cube across the visible to near infrared spectral range in seconds, but can also be programmed to scan a subset of bands. The ability to dynamically control the sensor based on the application and object to be imaged optimizes data-capture and data-processing efficiency . Thanks to its design, the HinaLea 4200C offers high spectral and spatial resolution without the image uniformity challenges of line-scanning and patterned filter snapshot multi-spectral imagers present. In addition, HinaLea has developed this new sensor to be small, lightweight, and affordable for straightforward deployment in a lab setting, in a production environment, or in the field.

4200C VIS + NIR Hyperspectral Camera, in a nutshell

The 4200C ultra-compact imager is the newest in the HinaLea line and covers the visible and near-infrared range from 400 – 1,000 nm. It is exceptionally small at 75 mm x 59 mm x 70 mm while weighing only 530 g. This means it can be easily deployed anywhere – in the field, in a production/inspection facility, or on a UAV.

4200C VIS + NIR Hyperspectral Camera, more information

The 4200C MiniVIS hyperspectral imaging sensor covers the 400-1000 nm spectral range in a small-formfactor, highly portable, lightweight package. Based on front-staring Fabry Perot technology, 4200C includes hardware and software required to support a broad range of hyperspectral imaging applications. Key specifications include 300 spectral bands at a spectral resolution of 4 nm (FWHM). The 4200C captures a complete high-spatial-resolution image data-cube across the visible to near infrared spectral range in seconds, but can also be programmed to scan a subset of bands. The ability to dynamically control the sensor based on the application and object to be imaged optimizes data-capture and data-processing efficiency . Thanks to its design, the HinaLea 4200C offers high spectral and spatial resolution without the image uniformity challenges of line-scanning and patterned filter snapshot multi-spectral imagers present. In addition, HinaLea has developed this new sensor to be small, lightweight, and affordable for straightforward deployment in a lab setting, in a production environment, or in the field.

For more information on the manufacturer, visit their website: https://hinaleaimaging.com/

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Applications

Industrial

Manufacturer

HinaLea Imaging

Sensor Technology

CMOS

Spectral Range

VIS (400 – 750 nm), NIR (750 – 1000 nm)

Resolution

1920 x 1200 (2.3 MP)

Pixel Pitch

5 µm x 5 µm

Frame Rate

10 – 100 fps

Interface

USB

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