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Optical Design & Engineering

Ultraviolet multispectral imaging camera

Ocean Thin Films

An ultraviolet (UV) multispectral imaging (MSI) system is now available from Ocean Thin Films. The SpectroCamTM-UV multispectral imaging camera provides sensitive detection from the UV across the visible spectrum and into the near-IR. The SpectroCam-UV is a powerful tool for high level research.

SpectroCam is a fully configurable, video-speed MSI camera. With eight interchangeable, customer defined filters, users can test many filter options, in combination with the powerful image processing software, to greatly reduce development times and speed products to market. SpectroCam makes multispectral imaging accessible to everybody from university researchers to high volume OEM equipment makers.

To accommodate an even wider scope of applications, the new SpectroCam-UV's sensor range has been extended into the UV and can be paired with filters available throughout the UVA, UVB, and UVC wavelengths. In addition to the camera, Ocean Thin Films offers turnkey UV imaging packages that include UV-compatible optics and light sources.

The SpectroCam family of cameras offers flexible and powerful imaging tools for biomedical, forensic, agricultural, industrial and surveillance applications. The SpectroCam platform is easily integrated into a variety of OEM systems and can be modified to meet specific mechanical and environmental needs.