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Pika XC2 - High-performance Hyperspectral Imaging Camera

The Pika XC2 is Resonon's highest performance VNIR hyperspectral imaging camera. Due to it's advanced optical design, the Pika XC2 produces extremely sharp images.

The Pika XC2 has a higher spatial and spectral resolutions than the Pika L with enhanced response in the blue wavelengths. Excellent temperature stability.

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Spectral Range 400 - 1000 nm
Spectral Resolution 1.3 nm
Spectral Channels 447
Dispersion per Pixel = Spectral Sampling 0.67 nm
Spectral Pixels 894
Spatial Channels 1600
Max Frame Rate 165 fps
Bit Depth 12
Signal-to-Noise Ratio (peak) 366 (2x bin) to 518 (4x bin)
Connection Options USB 3.0
Power Requirements 3.4 W
Weight 4.9 lbs, 2.2 kgs
Dimensions (in) 4.0 x 10.8 x 2.9
Dimensions (cm) 10.1 x 27.5 x 7.4
Temperature Range 41-104 F, 5-40 C
f / # f / 2.4
Avg. RMS Spot Radius 6 µm
Smile (peak to peak) 2 µm
Keystone (peak to peak) 5 µm
Pixel size 5.86 µm

Standard objective lens options - Pika XC2

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Focal Length (mm) FOV (deg) IFOV (mrad)
70 7.7 0.17
50 10.7 0.24
23 23.1 0.52
17 30.8 0.71
12 42.7 1.00
8 60.8 1.50
6 76.0 2.00

Other objective lenses are available. Please contact us to discuss your requirements.

Pika XC2 Data Sheet pdf icon

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 free version of SpectrononPro, along with sample datacubes, are available for free download at: downloads.resonon.com.

A C++ Software Development Kit is available for customers who want to integrate Resonon hyperspectral cameras into their own software system.