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Outdoor Hyperspectral Imaging Systems

Resonon's tripod-mounted rotational scanning hyperspectral imaging systems are designed for outdoor field use.
Our field systems are completely integrated turnkey solutions ready for immediate use. The system includes hyperspectral imaging camera, tripod with laptop tray, rotational scanning stage, power supply, and SpectrononPro control software. Systems can be fitted with any of Resonon's hyperspectral imaging cameras covering the 350 - 1700 nm spectral range.
Resonon provides the industry's most affordable benchtop hyperspectral imaging systems, for laboratory and research applications.

Field system components

  • Hyperspectral imaging camera
  • Objective lens
  • Lighting assembly with power supply
  • Linear translation stage
  • Mounting tower
  • SpectrononPro software preloaded onto desktop computer
  • Calibration tile

Options and specifications

Hyperspectral camera options
Hyperspectral camera Spectral range (nm) Spectral resolution (nm) Spatial resolution (pixels) Max frame rate (fps)
Pika NUV 350-800 2.5 1600 67
Pika II 400-900 2.1 640 145
Pika XC 400-1000 2.4 1600 242
Pika NIR 900-1700 5.5 320 180
A C++ API is available for customers who want to integrate Resonon hyperspectral cameras into their own software system. This API is provided to customers for free upon request.

Rotational stage parameters
Max travel angle 360 deg
Max rotational speed 56.250 deg/s
Min rotational speed 0.281 deg/s
Power requirements 12 V, 2A

Standard objective lens options
camera focal length (mm) FOV (deg) IFOV (mrad)
Pika II 70 3.9 0.20
50 5.5 0.30
23 12.0 0.65
17 16.0 0.88
12 22.5 1.25
8 33.0 1.90
6 43.5 2.50
Pika NIR 75 7.3 0.4
50 11 0.6
25 22 1.2
4.8 90 6.3

Resonon's hyperspectral cameras are line-scan imagers. 2-dimensional images are constructed by translating the sample relative to the camera. This is accomplished in Resonon's outdoor field system by placing the camera on a tripod and rotating the camera.

The linear stage holds the sample and translates across the field of view. Used for small samples that are easy to move.