The MS-IR infrared camera from Telops allows the scene to be split into eight different spectral bands rather than only one broadband image, thus enabling spectral signature analysis. The filter wheel is a fast-rotating mechanism designed to maximize the cameras’ frame rate. The wheel’s rotating speed is adjustable up to 100 Hz per filter, allowing a synchronized frame rate of up to 800 fps. Both MWIR and LWIR versions are available in a choice of FPA formats.
The MS-IR cameras offer real-time processing of infrared images including NUC, radiometric temperature, in-band radiance, automated exposure control (AEC) and enhanced high dynamic range imaging (EHDRI). With these unique features, scientists benefit from ease of use and operational flexibility while the system provides accurate measurements over the entire camera’s operational range.
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