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CHAI EVS-1920 for Extended Visible to Shortwave Infrared 380-2500 nm
Brandywine Photonics
The CHAI EVS-1920 is a next-generation, science-grade hyperspectral imager based on the Enhanced MODIS Airborne Simulator developed by Brandywine Photonics. The EVS-1920 is the widest swath hyperspectral instrument commercially available, with coverage over the full VIS-SWIR spectral range. Its four-mirror telescope and dual Offner ...
  • Imaging Mode: Diffuse Reflectance (DR), Photoluminescence (PL), Electroluminescence (EL)
  • Excitation Wavelength: Not Available
  • Spectral Range (Raman Imaging): Not Applicable
  • Spectral Range (PL, EL, DR Imaging): 400 - 1000 nm, 900 - 1700 nm, Custom
  • Spectral Resolution (Raman Imaging): Not Applicable
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CHAI V-640 for Visible/Near Infrared 380-1080 nm
Brandywine Photonics
The CHAI V-640 is the instrument of choice for applications requiring a ultra-compact, lightweight yet high-performance hyperspectral imager. The V-640 integrates a Fully-depleted Backside Illuminated CMOS image sensor with a powerful Dyson spectrometer to achieve excellent image quality with high sensitivity. The V-640 form factor ...
  • Imaging Mode: Diffuse Reflectance (DR), Photoluminescence (PL), Electroluminescence (EL)
  • Excitation Wavelength: Not Available
  • Spectral Range (Raman Imaging): Not Applicable
  • Spectral Range (PL, EL, DR Imaging): 400 - 700 nm, 500 - 1100 nm, Custom
  • Spectral Resolution (Raman Imaging): Not Applicable
  • ...
Data Sheet
CHAI V-2048 for Visible/Near Infrared 380-1080 nm
Brandywine Photonics
The CHAI V-2048 is based on the newest Fully-depletion, Backside-illuminated eXtreme performance, FBX image sensor technology. This hyperspectral imager is ideal for science applications requiring high SNR and the widest available swath. Low-distortion, all-reflective fore-optics make this instrument an ideal ...
  • Imaging Mode: Diffuse Reflectance (DR), Photoluminescence (PL), Electroluminescence (EL)
  • Excitation Wavelength: Not Available
  • Spectral Range (Raman Imaging): Not Applicable
  • Spectral Range (PL, EL, DR Imaging): 400 - 1000 nm, 500 - 1100 nm, Custom
  • Spectral Resolution (Raman Imaging): Not Applicable
  • ...
Data Sheet
Our widefield hyperspectral imager will change your view of spectral analysis by providing complete spectral information for each and every pixel of a full resolution image. V-EOS™ delivers a series of monochromatic images, avoiding fastidious x-y or line scanning. The system ...
  • Imaging Mode: Diffuse Reflectance (DR), Photoluminescence (PL), Electroluminescence (EL), Raman
  • Excitation Wavelength: Custom
  • Spectral Range (Raman Imaging): Not Applicable
  • Spectral Range (PL, EL, DR Imaging): 400 - 1000 nm
  • Spectral Resolution (PL, EL, DR Imaging): Custom
  • ...
Data Sheet
Integrating our new ZephIR camera, the EOS family now covers the SWIR spectral region up to 2.5 μm. Our S-EOS widefield hyperspectral imager will change your view of spectral analysis by providing complete spectral information for each and every pixel of a full resolution image. S-EOS™ delivers a ...
  • Imaging Mode: Diffuse Reflectance (DR), Photoluminescence (PL), Electroluminescence (EL), Raman
  • Excitation Wavelength: Custom
  • Spectral Range (Raman Imaging): Not Applicable
  • Spectral Range (PL, EL, DR Imaging): Custom
  • Spectral Resolution (Raman Imaging): Not Applicable
  • ...
Data Sheet
Integrating our new ZephIR camera, the EOS family now covers the SWIR spectral region up to 2.5 μm. Our S-EOS widefield hyperspectral imager will change your view of spectral analysis by providing complete spectral information for each and every pixel of a full resolution image. S-EOS™ delivers a ...
  • Imaging Mode: Diffuse Reflectance (DR), Photoluminescence (PL), Electroluminescence (EL), Raman
  • Excitation Wavelength: Custom
  • Spectral Range (Raman Imaging): Not Applicable
  • Spectral Range (PL, EL, DR Imaging): 900 - 1700 nm
  • Spectral Resolution (Raman Imaging): Not Applicable
  • ...
Data Sheet
GRAND-EOS combines a hyperspectral microscopy system with a hyperspectral wide-field imaging platform, giving access to micro and macro modalities with both VNIR (400-1000 nm) and SWIR (900-1700 nm) spectral ranges. This imaging platform takes advantage Photon etc’s patented filtering technology based on volume ...
  • Imaging Mode: Diffuse Reflectance (DR), Photoluminescence (PL), Electroluminescence (EL), Raman
  • Excitation Wavelength: 532 nm, 660 nm, 785 nm, 808 nm
  • Spectral Range (Raman Imaging): Not Applicable
  • Spectral Range (PL, EL, DR Imaging): 900 - 1700 nm
  • Spectral Resolution (Raman Imaging): Not Applicable
  • ...
Data Sheet
GRAND-EOS combines a hyperspectral microscopy system with a hyperspectral wide-field imaging platform, giving access to micro and macro modalities with both VNIR (400-1000 nm) and SWIR (900-1700 nm) spectral ranges. This imaging platform takes advantage Photon etc’s patented filtering technology based on volume ...
  • Imaging Mode: Diffuse Reflectance (DR), Photoluminescence (PL), Electroluminescence (EL), Raman
  • Excitation Wavelength: 532 nm, 660 nm, 785 nm, 808 nm
  • Spectral Range (Raman Imaging): Not Applicable
  • Spectral Range (PL, EL, DR Imaging): 400 - 1000 nm
  • Spectral Resolution (Raman Imaging): Not Applicable
  • ...
Data Sheet

Did You know?

Hyperspectral imaging is an imaging technique where detailed spectral information is measured for each pixel of the image under consideration. Unlike the traditional imaging where the receiving sensor perceives three main bands of color (red, green and blue), hyperspectral imaging involves analysing the spectral information contained in the image. For each pixel of the image, the receiving hyperspectral imaging sensor records the spectral information, which usually spans a large number of spectral bands. This imaging technique allows for a detailed analysis of the studied sample using the rich spectral information in the recorded light as a peculiar fingerprint. Hyperspectral Imaging has found diverse applications in agriculture, astronomy, chemical and environmental monitoring, and others.