Reveal Scan™Pro Hyperspectral Imaging System

For Art and Cultural Heritage

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Middleton Spectral Vision is pleased to introduce Reveal Scan™Pro — a hyperspectral imaging system for Art and Cultural Heritage. Designed for art restoration and science departments. Reveal Scan™Pro combines high-performance hyperspectral imaging cameras with a large media motorized X-Y positioning stage. The software-controlled stage allows quick and easy set up for large or small paintings. Once the painting dimensions are entered, the software calculates how many images will be required to capture the entire painting. Enter the painting name, then select scan. The system automatically acquires each image.

Reveal Scan™Pro Hyperspectral Imaging System is designed for art, cultural heritage and art restoration applications. The system uses hyperspectral imaging to reveal characteristics of paintings such as chemical composition, color analysis and underdrawings.

Features include:

  • Automatic hyperspectral multi-range imager
  • Safe, minimal-intensity illumination

For more information Contact us or call (608) 831-2141 to talk to a hyperspectral imaging expert.

For more information about Reveal Scan™ contact us or call (608) 831-2141 to talk to a hyperspectral imaging expert.

Spectral Cameras

VNIR Spectral Camera
Spectral range: 400–1000nm
Digitization modes: 12 bit, 16 bit
Spatial pixels: up to 2000
Spectral bands: up to 600
Binning: 2x, 4x, 8x

SWIR Spectral Camera
Spectral range: 1000–2500nm
Digitization modes: 16 bit
Spatial pixels: 384
Spectral bands: 288
Binning: 2x, 4x, 8x

Illumination System
Type: Dual line light
Number bulbs per line: 8
Wattage per bulb: 20W
Type: Quartz Halogen
Brightness control: Yes

X-Y Scanning and Positioning System
Scanning are 60” in the scanning (horizontal) direction, 55” in the positioning (vertical)

Precision lead screw powered by servo motors

Reveal Scan™ Multi camera acquisition control software
KemoQuant™ Analysis Software

Power Requirements
120v AC

Hyperspectral Imaging for
Research Applications