Middleton Spectral Vision offers the complete line of ImSpector™ Series imaging spectrographs for spectral imaging applications in both industry and scientific research. Spectrographs are complex optical components that change a camera to a hyperspectral imaging device with full contiguous spectral information and high spectral resolution. The spectrograph can be attached and integrated with a monochrome camera using a standard C- or U-mount to build a line imaging hyperspectral camera. The spectrograph may be integrated by the end-user. Alternatively, the integration along with alignment and calibration can be performed at Middleton Spectral Vision for an additional fee. Contact Middleton Spectral for more details.
The imaging spectrograph designed for the SWIR (1000 – 2500 nm) wavelength range can be used to transform a SWIR camera with a wide spectral range sensor, such as a cooled mercury-cadmium-telluride (MCT) sensor, into a line-scan hyperspectral imaging device. In the SWIR range, this spectrograph offers the highest optical performance on the market, by reducing keystone and smile aberrations to sub-pixel levels.