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Benchtop Hyperspectral Imaging Systems


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The Benchtop System – Combined Reflectance/Transmission Configuration is used to acquire both reflectance and transmission data in a laboratory environment.  The sample sits on a clear stage and can be illuminated from either above or below.  During data acquisition the stage moves, translating the sample beneath the imager.  The imager and stage are controlled using Spectronon software.

This configuration contains two high-intensity illumination sources: a halogen lighting assembly mounted above the sample and a halogen backlight located beneath the sample.  Both sources provide stabilized broad-band illumination across the entire measured spectra.  The imager is adjustable along the length of the tower.

Resonon’s systems contain all hardware and software necessary to acquire and analyze hyperspectral data.

Benchtop systems can be fitted with any of Resonon’s hyperspectral imaging cameras covering the 350 – 1700 nm spectral range.

System components:


Power requirementsCompatible with 110V / 220V outlets.
Stage Length (cm/in)30 / 12
Tower Height (cm/in)89 / 35
Hyperspectral Terminology GlossaryClick here

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