State-of-the-art industrial hyperspectral imaging technology available from Specim
FX Series cameras provide perfectly co-registered results so that all spectral bands are measured simultaneously and from the same exact place
Specim FX Series hyperspectral cameras are designed for speed, in a compact size, and are ideal for for industrial machine vision applications. According to Finland-based manufacturer, SPECIM, Spectral Imaging Oy Ltd., industry demands high speed, robust and dependable instruments with sensible return of investment. They should also be easy to configure, maintain and service. The Specim FX Series is the answer to those needs. The model SPECIM FX17 FOR 900-1700 nm (NIR) is ideal for applications in waste sorting and recycling, as well as for moisture measurement, chemical imaging, threat detection, and for food and feed quality applications. Specim FX Series hyperspectral cameras enable the machine vision industry to enhance its on-line quality control process by providing more accurate information. This saves both money and time and reduces the amount of unrecyclable waste.
According to Specim, the line imaging push-broom is the only suitable technology for getting reliable classification results in all industrial on-line applications. Due to non comparable spectral purity in each spatial pixel, Specim FX Series cameras give perfectly co-registered results so that all spectral bands are measured simultaneously and from the same exact place. Specim FX Series cameras with high throughput optics also set a new standard for light gathering ability. Illumination is needed only for a single narrow line, whereas other technologies (tunable filters or linear variable filters) need to illuminate a much larger area with homogenous brightness and require tens of times more light to achieve the same S/N-ratio.
Specim FX Series cameras are the first commercial hyperspectral imaging instruments with factory loaded unified wavelength calibration that produces unit-to unit compatible data output. This allows easy installation and replacement without a need for recalibration. The image corrections are made in real-time and the output
is always ideal for post-processing algorithm. Additionally, with the help of multiple region of interest (MROI) readout, the Specim FX Series is able to adapt for many different application needs and at same time, achieving higher frame rates than ever before.