HYPERSPECTRAL CAMERA S-EOS™

 

The unique power of infrared HgCdTe detectors coupled to the richness of spectral information that offers our technology. Tunable on a large spectral range (1000 nm – 2300 nm), S-EOS™ offers infinite possibilities.

 

CHARACTERISTICS

  • Continuously tunable
  • Non-dispersive technology
  • High performance HgCdTe camera
  • Control and analysis software

Applications

MINING, OIL & GAS OPERATIONS

Based on Photon etc’s hyperspectral technology, the Photonic Knowledge’s Core Mapper™ delivers a series of monochromatic images at user-specified wavelengths, offering instant in situ mineral identification.

SAFETY & SECURITY

Photon etc’s widefield hyperspectral camera, S-EOS™, is an ideal tool for the rapid detection of explosive liquid precursors.

DERMATOLOGY

Photon etc.’s hyperspectral wide-field camera allows to map, deoxyhemoglobin, oxygen, melanin and hemoglobine in tissues, thus facilitating diagnosis and monitoring of treatments, including in the context of dermatological clinical studies.

ENVIRONMENT & AGRICULTURE

Hyperspectral imagery can be efficiently used to identify any type of molecules through the analysis of its characteristic spectrum.

RELATED PRODUCTS

ZEPHIR 2.5

Based on a sensitive HgCdTe FPA, and integrating a four-stage TE cooler, ZEPHIR 2.5 delivers an astounding 345 frame-per-second rate while reaching unrivalled low noise levels. Perfectly adapted to industrial applications in quality control and sorting.

V-EOS™

Giving complete information on your target with full resolution images at any wavelength in the range 400-1000 nm, Photon etc’s V-EOS™ will change your view of spectral analysis.

VIDEO

Photon etc’s Global Imaging Technology

This video shows the conceptual difference between hyperspectral global imaging and raster scan (line-scan, push-  broom). With global imaging, the gain in acquiring 3D data, 2D spatial and 1D spectral, is important since only a  few monochromatic images are required to cover  the complete spectral range where one needs to  take the full spectrum for each point or line in the image with other technologies.