This popular wavelength range features a number of Headwall sensors optimized for the visible to near-infrared region of the spectrum. Remote-sensing and industrial applications benefit from rugged and notably small, compact, and lightweight systems such as the Nano-Hyperspec and the award-winning MV.X, first introduced in the VNIR range.
These sensors operate across the 400 to 1000 nm wavelength range.
The newest member of our Hyperspec family, the MV.X! The MV.X is really a system, not just a sensor or camera. It enables users to realize the value of spatial and hyperspectral information in applications like machine vision, contactless product-quality monitoring, counterfeit detection, and process analytics. Designed for use in harsh industrial environments and capable of functioning both inside and outside, the MV.X offers simplicity of installation and direct output of actionable results.
Although designed for ideal Size, Weight, and Power consumption (SWaP) for Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs), the Nano-Hyperspec can be used on ground-based rotational-stage or pan-and-tilt systems. It contains aberration-corrected optics, an internal solid-state drive (SSD), Gigabit Ethernet interface, and choice of a variety of lenses.
Our Micro-Hyperspec VNIR A-series sensors can be configured for manned/unmanned airborne, field, or lab use, while the E-series sensors are meant for manned aircraft, field, or lab use. The VNIR-E sensor features outstanding spectral and spatial resolution and speed. The VNIR-A sensor is smaller and lighter with reduced interface and power requirements. Note: Call for availability of our A-series sensors.
Designed for airborne or ground-based hyperspectral imaging in the field, the Co-Aligned VNIR-SWIR sensor contains co-aligned VNIR and SWIR systems with independent optical and data-acquisition and solid-state storage, as well as s high-performance GPS/IMU package. The field-of-view for each system is closely matched, and LiDAR can also be added.