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Resonon releases ultraviolet hyperspectral camera

27 August 2021 | Product
by Ian Michael

Resonon has released the Pika NUV2, the only ultraviolet plus visible hyperspectral camera currently available commercially. It is a line scan imaging spectrometer with a spectral range of 330–800 nm. It can be used in Resonon’s benchtop, outdoor, airborne and machine vision systems. Flowers and plants often have noteworthy ultraviolet features, and solar illumination extends down to about 300 nm at the Earth’s surface. Furthermore, pharmaceuticals and other industrial products can possess unique ultraviolet signatures which the NUV2 can quantify for sorting or quality control purposes. The Pika NUV2 provides 255 contiguous spectral channels at each pixel, and each spectral channel is 1.84 nm wide. The spectral resolution (FWHM) is 3.2 nm. Each camera frame is an image line that has 1500 spatial pixels.

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