Headwall hyperspectral imaging systems use our own line-scanning hyperspectral sensors (sometimes called pushbroom sensors) that collect reflected light through an image slit. One row of spatial pixels is collected per frame as the sensor or subject moves, with each pixel containing full spectral data. Motion happens as a consequence of the platform (e.g., rotary or linear stage, UAV, aircraft, or satellite) or the subject (e.g., food inspection line, or conveyor belt).
The perClass Mira Scanning Stage is available separately or as part of an MV.Scan package that includes the sensor.
Compatible sensors include:
The perClass Mira Scanning Stage is controlled directly by perClass Mira Software and supports objects as heavy as 11 lbs (5 kg). The Headwall sensor system is securely mounted above a computer-controlled linear stage with two adjustable broadband light banks. The stage features three user-configurable buttons and can be set up in just minutes from the airline check-in compatible transport case.
Headwall strongly encourages the purchase of one of our MV.PC acquisition and processing computers. We will configure and test the full system with your stage, your lens, and your computer with software to ensure success right out of the box. We include one day of training at our facility or online (scheduled twice monthly). Additional custom training is also available. Contact us for more information.
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