Handheld Hyperspectral Imagers: OCI™-2000

Source: BaySpec Inc.
OCI™-2000 Snapshot Handheld Hyperspectral Imager

The OCI™-2000 from BaySpec is a new handheld hyperspectral imager. This device is the first hyperspectral imaging system in a handheld form factor that weighs less than 1.0 lb. It is designed to acquire full and continuous visible-near infrared (VNIR) hyperspectral/multispectral data for a variety of applications requiring fast acquisition speeds.

The OCI™-2000 uses a snapshot hyperspectral imaging method, which captures spectral images in a snapshot of less than 30 ms so that no scanning is involved. Snapshot imaging simplifies data processing and improves process time by avoiding motion artifacts. Key features include point-and-shoot-imaging, a self-contained system with a touchscreen computer, and options for different objective lenses for varying fields of view.

The OCI™-2000 can be used in a variety of applications including food quality sorting, agriculture, remote sensing, medical diagnostics, forensics, security, and counterfeit detection.

For more features, specifications, and applications, download the available datasheets.