Pika NIR - Near Infrared Hyperspectral Imaging Camera
The Pika NIR near-infrared hyperspectral imaging camera covers the 900 - 1700 nm spectral range.
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|Spectral Range||900 - 1700 nm|
|Spectral Resolution||4.9 nm|
|Dispersion per Pixel = Spectral Sampling||4.9 nm|
|Max Frame Rate||520 fps|
|Signal-to-Noise Ratio (peak)||1885|
|Power Requirements||12V, 5A|
|Weight||5.9 lbs, 2.7 kgs|
|Dimensions (in)||4.3 x 11.7 x 3.5|
|Dimensions (cm)||11.0 x 29.6 x 8.9|
|Operating Temperature||41-104 F, 5-40 C|
|f / #||f / 1.8|
|Avg. RMS Spot Radius||10 µm|
|Smile (peak to peak)||10 µm|
|Keystone (peak to peak)||10 µm|
|Pixel size||30 µm|
Standard objective lens options - Pika NIR
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|Focal Length (mm)||FOV (deg)||IFOV (mrad)|
Other objective lenses are available. Please contact us to discuss your requirements.
Pika NIR Data Sheet
Resonon's hyperspectral imaging cameras can be operated using SpectrononPro software, which controls the cameras and scanning stage and has many tools to analyze hyperspectral data. SpectrononPro also has capability to accept user-written plugins, allowing the user to integrate custom data-analysis algorithms into SpectrononPro.
A C++ Software Development Kit is available for customers who want to integrate Resonon hyperspectral cameras into their own software system. Available in Windows and Linux.
- Objective lens selection and technical information page.
- Pika Hyperspectral Camera & Spectronon User Manual (PDF)
- Pika Hyperspectral Camera & Spectronon User Manual (HTML)
- C++ API Documentation
- For help using the Pika NIR hyperspectral imager, please email us at ProductSupport@resonon.com.