Ultris hyperspectral camera

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Cubert’s new ULTRIS camera was developed based on the light field technology. The camera features an Ultra-HD CMOS sensor with 20 MP, which makes ULTRIS the imaging spectrometer with the world-wide highest resolution. During image acquisition the object is recorded with a multitude of images, each with its own optical bandpass filter with different center wavelength. The camera provides a native image resolution of 400 x 400 px with 100 spectral channels, continuously covering the wavelength range from 450 nm to 850 nm, acquiring 160,000 spectra simultaneously, non scanning.

The 12-bit sensor of the camera makes it possible to detect minute intensity differences in the spectral content while keeping the noise level very low. The dual GigE camera interface guarantees an image frame rate of 6 Hz.

ULTRIS S20, with it’s 410g is one of the most leightweight cameras on the market, making it ready for an easy handling on board UAVs. ULTRIS Q20 was designed to fulfill the requirements of an industrial enviroment and can be used with a ruggedized housing for IP 65 or IP 68 enviroments. Therefore it is ideal for industiral applications like sorting, process control and QS, as well as for scientific applications in agriculature, forestry, soil sciences and many more.

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