Baked goods on a conveyor belt. Resonon hyperspectral could be used to measure moisture content in real-time.

Hyperspectral Machine Vision

Automated Optical Sorting and Quality Control

RVS Software

Real-time Vision System

Machine Vision System Implementation Process

Hyperspectral Imaging Camera Options

Spectral Range (nm)
420 - 980
Spectral Resolution - FWHM (nm)
3.1
Spectral Channels
224
Spatial Pixels
720
Max Frame Rate (fps)

585

Weight, w/o lens (kg)
0.64
Spectral Range (nm)
900 - 1700
Spectral Resolution - FWHM (nm)
8.8
Spectral Channels
168
Spatial Pixels
320
Max Frame Rate (fps)

508

Weight, w/o lens (kg)
2.95

Frequently Asked Questions

What types of problems can hyperspectral machine vision help me solve?
What components are typically included in a hyperspectral machine vision system?
How does Resonon’s machine vision system interface or integrate with factory automation systems? What kind of outputs does it provide?
How do I teach a hyperspectral camera to detect good and out-of-spec products?
How does a Resonon machine vision system handle changes in product shape, texture, color, orientation, etc.?
What is the maximum number of parts that a hyperspectral machine vision system can inspect per minute?
How small of a defect or difference can hyperspectral machine vision systems detect?
What is the maximum conveyor belt speed that a Resonon machine vision system can inspect?
Can Resonon’s machine vision system see through packaging/water/containers/other things?
How deep into objects can the hyperspectral camera see?
Is Resonon’s machine vision system waterproof/dustproof?
How do changes in lighting in the factory affect Resonon’s machine vision system?
Do you sell turnkey machine vision solutions for factory lines?
Which hyperspectral camera do I need for my application?
Could I self-install a Resonon machine vision system?
Do you offer in-person training on how to use a Resonon machine vision system?
Can I run a sample test to see if Resonon’s machine vision system meets my needs?

Application Example: Detection of Microplastics

Small fragments of plastic, otherwise known as microplastics.Small fragments of plastic, otherwise known as microplastics.
Small fragments of plastic, otherwise known as microplastics.
Small fragments of plastic, otherwise known as microplastics.

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