Hinalea 4400 SWIR hyperspectral camera

Hinalea 4400-SWIR | Hyperspectral Camera 900 – 1700 nm

Spatial resolution - pitch

640 x 512 px - 15 µm

# Spectral Bands

108 nominal

Spectral Resolution

10 nm (FWHM)

Spectral Range

900 - 1700 nm

Frame rate

Up to 10 hypercubes /sec

Interface

USB, CameraLink

The HinaLea® 4440 system a high speed versatile, band-sequential, full-frame, shortwave infrared (SWIR) hyperspectral camera capable of real-time classification . Based on front-staring Fabry–Pérot technology, the 4400 includes the hardware and software required to support a broad range of inspection and aerospace applications. Whether you are working in a fixed or mobile operating environment, the 4400 sets the standard in performance and portability.

Main features

  • High spatial and spectral resolution (full sensor size, in this case, 640 x 512 InGaAs FPA)
  • Spectral range: SWIR (1000 – 1700 nm)
  • # spectral bands: 108 spectral bands
  • spectral resolution: 10 nm (FWHM)
  • versatile: from high spectral resolution static image capture with hundreds of bands to near real-time image capture and classification with a few band-passes of interest in a multi-spectral configuration

Hinalea 4400 SWIR hyperspectral camera

SWIR hyperspectral camera

The HinaLea® 4440 system a high speed band-sequential, full-frame, swir hyperspectral camera capable of real-time classification . Based on front-staring Fabry–Pérot technology, the 4400 includes the hardware and software required to support a broad range of inspection and aerospace applications. Whether you are working in a fixed or mobile operating environment, the 4400 sets the standard in performance and portability. The 4400 model utilizes a front-staring approach to hyperspectral imaging that does not require mechanical scanning. The major features and benefits of the 4400 system over push-broom systems include: • Image uniformity: Line-scanning systems rely on constant conditions for optimum performance and are susceptible to subtle environmental changes that can adversely impact image uniformity. Because the 4200 images the entire area of interest at once, it can capture highly uniform images even in dynamic conditions.

• Application flexibility: Front-staring systems offer other advantages over line-scanning technologies for environmental monitoring applications, most notably more versatile viewing geometry options. Such systems can not only be mounted statically, but they can also be used by externally in mounted on airborne platforms.

• Real-time classification: One of the unique attributes of the 4400 system is its wavelength selectivity which can be dynamically controlled based on the application and object to be imaged. The system allows a range of operational modes from high spectral resolution static image capture with hundreds of bands to near real-time image capture and classification with a few band-passes of interest in a multi-spectral configuration

• Cost: HinaLea’s systems are designed with mass manufacturability in mind. As such, our systems typically cost a fraction of competitive solutions with similar levels of performance

• Complete solution: At HinaLea, our goal is to develop intelligent imaging solutions to customer problems. As such, our systems include application software for not only acquisition but also image exploration and classification. Easy to use tools allow the easy and intuitive application of sophisticated segmentation algorithms that are presented immediately to the user.

SWIR imaging applications