With its extremely low noise, high resolution, high image rate, and rugged structure Spectral Camera sCMOS is an excellent tool for various scientific and commercial applications.
The Spectral Camera sCMOS consists of an ImSpector V10E, and a high-speed sCMOS area monochrome camera. It works as a pushbroom type line scan camera and provides full, contiguous spectral information for each pixel. The transmission diffraction grating and lens optics used in the spectrograph provide high quality, low distortion image that is designed to fulfill the most demanding specifications.
The Spectral Camera sCMOS provides outstanding performance with extremely low noise (a few electrons) and a high signal-to-noise ratio. The spatial resolution of 2184 pixels, image rate up to 100 images/s and adjustable binning make it a tool that can meet the highest hyperspectral imaging requirements.
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