Over the last 35 years, SensIR has worked with hundreds of clients to help develop a wide range of Hyperspectral Imaging Solutions.

SensIR creativity and innovative optical designs are internationally acknowledged. Whether you need an individual services or complete systems development through manufacturing, SensIR engineers will work to develop your ideas or solve your problems on schedule, within budget and on-time delivery.

SensIR’s hyperspectral sensors are small, light, and rugged. The Lens Based Design uses VPH (Volume Phase Holographic) transmission diffraction gratings and proprietary lens designs to deliver exceptional imaging quality at low f/#’s. The high throughput design provides high signal-to-noise spectra at high frame rates. The VPH Gratings have the Highest Diffraction Efficiency with low Polarization Dependence.

SensIR's designs areâ�¯line-scanningâ�¯hyperspectral cameras often referred to as “Pushbroom Scanning”. One column of spatial pixels is collected per frame with each row containing full spectral data. Motion can be accomplished in two ways: either as an airborne deployment on a drone of aircraft, or translating the sample on a stage of conveyor belt. A third option is also available where pan-and-tilt or rotary stages allow a fixed-location hyperspectral sensor to scan a stationary object.

Hyperspectral Sensors - OEM modules

532 Raman Hyperspectral

SenIR’s 532 Raman hyperspectral solution allows real-time Raman measurements thanks to its high throughput design, providing scanning capabilities over a 2-inch span with integration time as low as 20 milliseconds.

VNIR hyperspectral cameras

SensIR offers several hyperspectral cameras in the visible – near infrared VNIR (350 – 1000 nm) range.

NIR hyperspectral cameras

SensIR offers several hyperspectral cameras in the near infrared NIR (900nm to 1700nm) range

SWIR hyperspectral cameras

SensIR’s new hyperspectral cameras in the SWIR range (1000 – 2500 nm) has 384 and 640 spatial channel options.

Back to Top

Back to Top