The field deployable hyperspectral systems is ideal for outdoor measurements that scan objects along the horizon, such as crops or rock formations. The system includes a heavy-duty pan and tilt module that can hold one or two hyperspectral cameras (VIS, VNIR, NIR, or SWIR) with appropriate mounting brackets, a heavy duty tripod, a rechargeable battery pack, and all other necessary components for out door measurements.
With the dual-camera configuration, synchronous measurements covering two full wavelength regions are possible. The dedicated computer system is equipped with software that controls the scanner movement and camera data collection.
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Additional information and system requirements can be found in the Field Deployable Hyperspectral Systems Product Sheet.
|Minimum scan speed||0.0075 degrees per second|
|Scanning resolution||0.0075 degrees per step|
|Range of vertical tilt||-30 to 30 degrees|
|Range of horizontal pan||-90 to 90 degrees|
|Weight for Example Dual Camera System|
|Heavy duty tripod 110lb||16.3 pounds|
|3 backpacks||< 50 pounds each|
|Pan/Tilt module||12.5 x 7.5 x 22.3 in. with side brackets, 12.5 x 7.5 x 8.3 in. without the side brackets|
|Heavy duty tripod 44lb||Closed length: 41 inches|
|Heavy duty tripod 110lb||Closed length: 39 inches|
|Tripod height adjustability|
|Heavy duty tripod 44lb||18 - 105 inches|
|Heavy duty tripod 110lb||29 - 58 inches|
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