NIR-HR+ Hyperspectral Camera (950 to 1700 nm)

Hyperspectral Camera

High spectral resolution, good spatial resolution and high frames rates enable measurements in the NIR spectral range (950 to 1700nm) at high speed.
Highly versatile, ideal for a wide range of scientific and industrial process applications in the NIR spectral range.
Perfect hyperspectral camera for production line applications in the 950-1700nm spectral range.
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Spectral Range: 950-1700nm

Spectral Resolution: 5 nm

Double the spatial resolution of the NIR-HR hyperspectral camera, but without sacrificing frame rates – the perfect option for demanding applications which require improved spatial resolutions whilst maintaining high speed of data acquisition.
Mode of OperationPush-broom
Spectral Range950 – 1700nm
Optical Spectral Resolution<5nm
Spatial Pixels (Cross Track)640pix
Spectral Pixels512pix
Smile and KeystoneSub-pixel across output field
Camera OutputUp to 14
Camera InterfaceUSB-3, GiGe, CameraLINK
Frame Rate300lfps
Lens MountC-mount
Input Voltage24V

Note: specifications under typical/expected operating conditions, however these can vary depending on the exact application and specific configuration.


ClydeHSI manufacture push-broom (line-scan) hyperspectral imaging cameras of high spatial and spectral purity and measurement systems that are used in a wide range of applications, ranging from scientific research to industrial inspection tasks. These hyperspectral cameras measure a line image one line at a time and register spatial position across the line while simultaneously recording the optical spectrum at each spatial position.

Push-broom scanning is well suited for industrial inspection tasks at high-speed and can also be used in scientific tasks using one of our motorised scanner solutions.

At ClydeHSI our responsibility does not simply end at selling a hyperspectral camera – we value the opportunity to comprehensively support our customers for all of the components needed to deploy a hyperspectral camera in real world applications: light sources, fully compatible objective lenses, complete hyperspectral scanning solutions, high-level user and OEM SDK software as well as technical support and training packages.

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