Hyperspec® SWIR 1000 - 2500nm
Integrated imaging sensor for short wave infrared (SWIR) applications
The Hyperspec-SWIR imaging sensor provides unparalleled spectral and spatial performance in the short wave infrared spectral region from 1000nm to 2500nm. Key attributes of this hyperspectral imager include high optical performance and throughput for superb imaging quality, wide field of view options customizable for operating efficiency and application-specific performance, and a robust architecture designed specifically for imaging in harsh environments. Being the industry's smallest SWIR hyperspectral sensor on the market, enables a range of new applications across a broad sector of the analytical market.
Headwall Photonics Hyperspec SWIR integrated hyperspectral imaging sensors provides the foundation for utilizing hyperspectral imaging to achieve superior spectral sensing and chemical imaging results for a variety of industrial mission-critical applications ranging from remote sensing to mineral processing and environmental analysis.
Headwall Photonics' Hyperspec imaging spectrometer platform is built on a totally reflective concentric, f/2.0 optical design. These products are based on Headwall's patented, aberration-corrected imaging systems that feature the company's "original", high efficiency holographic gratings.
In order to minimize stray light and aberrations, the use of transmissive optical components are not used within the imaging spectrograph. This platform is further enhanced by a telecentric optical input design that enables superior spatial imaging. The Hyperspec-SWIR model can be configured to provide optimized performance over the spectral region from 1000nm to 2500nm region and can be configured as a lens-based imager or as a multi-point, fiber-based analytical instrument.
Headwall Photonics application engineers offer performance modeling and engineering tools to work with our customers to deliver predictable application performance based on over fifteen years of hyperspectral sensor deployment experience.
Among the customizable options are aberration-corrected high efficiency optics for specific spectral regions of interest, image slit sizes and widths, and a variety of fore-optic lenses.
Headwall can also provide standard system components such as industrial lighting options and moving stages for sample analysis and prototyping as well as a hyperspectral starter kit.