FigSpec-IQ
Portable hyperspectral camera
The FigSpec®FSIQ Series portable hyperspectral camera is an internal sweep hyperspectral camera with a wavelength range Circumference 400-1700nm, spectral resolution (FWHM) can reach 2.5nm,the spatial resolution is up to 1920*1920, and the number of spectral channels is up to 1200;Display and operation through 5-inch touch screen, resolution 1280*720.
Product features
Working modeHigh precision imaging measurement mode、PC control mode、Line scan mode;
User adjustmentUsers can flexibly set and adjust the exposure time, merge method, ROI area;
Data formatData format compatible with multiple formats (including envi);
Data exportUSB Type-C is available;
Working hours300 measurements can be made with a single charge (measurement conditions: measurement every 2 seconds, exposure time of 20 milliseconds);
Technical parameters


Model number

FS-IQ-VIS

FS-IQ-VISNIR

FS-IQ-SWIR

Spectroscopic method

Transmission grating spectroscopy

Transmission grating spectroscopy

Transmission grating spectroscopy

Image resolution

1920*1920

1920*1920

1280*1280

Dynamic range

12 bits

12 bits

12 bits

Imaging speed

5s

5s

5s

Spectral channel number

500

1200

1024

Spectral range

400-700nm

400-1000nm

900-1700nm

Optical harmonic resolution

2.5nm

2.5nm

6nm

Slit width

25um

25um

25um

Transmission efficiency

≥60%

≥60%

≥60%

Stray light level

≤0.5%

≤0.5%

≤0.5%

Pixel size

5.86um*5.86um

5.86um*5.86um

5um*5um

Detector type

CMOS

CMOS

InGaAs
Standard lens focal length

25mm

25mm

25 mm

Minimum working distance

100mm

100mm

100mm

Field Angle

25°

25°

17°

Minimum exposure time

21us

21us

1us

Maximum exposure time

10s

10s

10s

Signal-to-noise ratio

600/1

600/1

600/1

Data interface

USB3.0

USB3.0

USB3.0
Camera lens interfaceCCC
attachmentUSB3.0 transmission lineUSB3.0 transmission lineUSB3.0 transmission line
Auxiliary imaging function

The auxiliary view cameramonitors the shooting area

The auxiliary view cameramonitors the shooting area

The auxiliary view cameramonitors the shooting area