The SWIR-60 uses a proprietary HyperPixelTM Array (HPATM) SNAPSHOT technology to capture spectral and spatial information in one instantaneous video frame, thereby eliminating motion artifacts and maximizing signal-to-noise. It operates over the Short-Wave Infrared band and is designed to interface with virtually any foreoptic, from telescope to microscope.
Automatic Target Recognition
|Data Cube:||40 x 33 spatial, 60 spectral|
|Data Rate:||Up to 31.6 cubes/sec|
|Spectral Band:||1-1.7 μm|
|Spectral Resolution:||30 nm/bin (average)|
|Power In:||3.6 Watts|
|Field of View:||18.3° x 14.7°|
|Dimensions:||10” H x 17” L x 3.43” W|
Can Identify Spatial and Spectral Features in a Single Video Frame
Ideal for Moving Platforms and Transient Events
No Moving Parts
Unique Patent Pending Technology
A conventional color image has three colors per pixel (red, green, and blue), but a hyperspectral image can have hundreds of colors across the electromagnetic spectrum.