Ultris 5 hyperspectral camera

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Cubert extends their family of award-winning Light Field snapshot Hyperspectral cameras with the new ULTRIS 5. Packing a 5mPix sensor into a 30 x 30 x 50mm package, the ULTRIS 5 records complete data cubes of 250 x 250 pixels and 50 spectral bands at 15Hz across its 450 – 850nm waveband.

This tiny package enables the ULTRIS 5 to be inserted into the tightest industrial process systems and its highresolution snapshot data cubes record rapidly changing events, both spatially and temporally, feeding the crucial decision-making algorithms of automated inspection, process control and robot guidance. The ULTRIS 5 is especially capable of meeting the stringent demands of medical imaging and food quality applications. Snapshot data cubes take the full hyperspectral data cube in one capture without the need to combine lines or co-registered image sequences, making possible the real-time identification of tumor margins for surgical imaging and high-throughput inspections of food quality and safety.

Configurations of the ULTRIS 5 are available for endoscope and microscope use, and custom wavelength ranges upon request. This addition to the ULTRIS product range enables Research and Industry alike to have a high-resolution Hyperspectral imager for the cost of a multispectral camera.

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