Multispectral Imaging with Ocean Thin Films SpectroCam

(Nanowerk News) For real-time imaging of organic and inorganic chemicals, Ocean Thin Films' (OTF) new SpectroCam™ provides a high-quality platform that simplifies the design process for researchers and engineers, reducing time-to-market.
SpectroCam utilizes a single wideband CCD, capable of measurements covering the spectrum from UV through Near Infrared (NIR) wavelengths. Using a discrete set of application-specific wavelengths, the SpectroCam creates high-resolution images. This targeted spectral approach produces visual data that can be customized for a variety of applications in military, agricultural, medical and industrial markets.
Ocean Thin Films' SpectroCam
Ocean Thin Films' SpectroCam
OTF's SpectroCam is available in a Development Kit that includes a set of filters covering the most commonly used wavelengths, for R&D teams needing a quick turnkey solution in proof-of-concept studies. Filters and sensors can also be customized to conform to specific needs and the cameras are easily re-configured for OEM applications. A proprietary design enables a quick delivery time, while providing a system that suits specific application needs. The SpectroCam offers a cost-effective and versatile solution for any multispectral imaging and sensing project.
To learn more about the Spectrocam, visit, email [email protected], or call +1 727.545.0741.
Ocean Thin Films designs and produces precision optical coatings, components and assemblies that enable a wide variety of products and custom applications. Leveraging comprehensive know-how in thin film coating development, its team provides expert design assistance for collaborative custom-engineered solutions, from rapid prototyping through high-volume contract manufacturing. Ocean Thin Films is a subsidiary of Halma p.l.c., an international market leader in safety, health and sensor technology.
Source: Ocean Thin Film (press release)
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