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- STATUS: Pilot Run Production
- first shipments passed
- availability: elongated production time
First of its kind, snapshot spectral imager
The ButterflEYE X2 is based on our successful range of ButterflEYE cameras. In this small setup, two filter on chip sensors are optically overlaid to give you the full VIS-NIR wavelength range. This device combines 41 spectral bands in the range of 450 to 950nm. With our sophisticated data fusion technology, you do not have to care about post process the data. You have access to full spectral cubes with the size of 2000 x 1000 x 41 channels with each readout of the sensors. The intelligent camera platform will take care about the data acquisition, the data fusion, the storage and the processing without the need of an external computer. All that is combined with our industry leading spectral imaging software for data capturing and analysis.
- First VIS-NIR filter on chip camera on the market
- Sofisticated sensor fusion
- No need for post process, data storage on microSD-card
- Tablet App for remote control
What you should know
Due to the nature of the mosaic filter on chip technology is not possible to produce a full VIS-NIR spectra on one single chip. Due to the need of accurate cut off filters, the sensors are typically covering the visible from 470-600nm or the near infrared from 600-1000nm. If you are in the need of the full VIS-NIR spectra, the ButterflEYE X2 is the solution. It combines two filter on chip mosaic sensors imaging through one single lens. The device features computerless, action-cam-like operation. With our plugin architecture it is possible to define your own spectral applications, load them to the camera and enjoy the online output of the results with our brand new tablet application. Spectral imaging can not get more simple than that.
The product was announced on the 2016th Photonics West in San Francisco. Here is a short introduction to the device, given at the show:
(Shown here is an early prototype, housing and design will be changed.)