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Cubert S137 ButterflEYE NIR Multispectral camera

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Weight: 5.0 kg

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Cubert S137 ButterflEYE NIR – Mosaic Multispectral camera

  • wavelength range: 600 nm – 875 nm
  • spectral channels: 25 channel width: 20nm  
  • resolution: 400 x 218
  • smart camera, microSD card slot
  • lens system: C-Mount
  • weight 350g, power 15W @ 9-24V

Filter-on-chip spectral Imager
The Cubert S 137 is based on a highly integrated filter-on-chip technology. This design combines 25 single spectral channels in mosaic design with QVGA resolution. We integrated this with a state of the art intelligent camera and completed the whole setup with our industry leading spectral camera software. This package enables data acquisition, data storage and data processing directly on the camera. Altogether we deliver to you the most integrated and lightweight spectral camera available on the market. Together with our set of accessories you get the fastest access to UAV based imaging ranging from 600 to 875 nm enabling applications in remote sensing and everywhere else.

Special features

  • 25 Channels, mosaic
  • Control panel for computerless operation
  • Data storage on camera microSD-card
  • Wireless remote operation possible

Mosaic spectral imagers
The Butterfleye cameras uses a unique filter on chip technology which opens up a sweet spot between multi-chip multispectral cameras and full-blown hyperspectral cameras. With a medium spectral resolution of 16 to 25 channels the device enables a spatial resolution higher than QVGA. Everything is combined in a smart camera module which enables not only the data storage directly on the device, but also application related post processing on the camera itself. The device features computer less operation with a action-cam-like operation scheme making it easy to set up and use it in the field. With our spectral imaging software we bring you a versatile tool for data acquisition and processing, and offer full access to remote operation.

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