CMS Multispetral cameras are designed for easy integration into VIS/NIR multispectral systems. These lightweight (less than 60gr) and very small footprint (52x52x22mm) cameras split the image into 8 spectral bands plus 1 B&W channel.
Made by hybridization of a custom Bayer-like matrix on a commercial 1.3 MPixel CMOS Sensor, they allow extracting the spectrum on each point of an image. SILIOS offers three different CMS cameras (CMS-C, CMS-V and CMS-S) to address a wide spectrum of applications.
NEW: CMS-4 Series 4Mpx Multispectral Cameras
|Wavelength range (nm)|
|Number of Bands||9 (8 colors + 1 B&W)|
|Bandwidth (FWHM)||20 to 40 nm|
|Imager Type||CMOS sensor|
|Spatial Resolution||2048 x 2048 full picture (4.2 Mpx)|
|Frame Rate||up to 95 full frame/s|
|Pixel Pitch||5.5 microns|
Software Development Kit (SDK)
COLOR SHADES® LAB is the SDK for the CMS Series multispectral cameras. It allows
1) displaying the raw images, false color images, gray scale images or overlaid images with different indexation methods (such as "spectrum recognition"),
2) normalizing the spectral channels,
3) applying multispectral image corrections such as the crosstalk correction and
4) extracting the hypercubes.
COLOR SHADES® LAB runs with real time acquisition, but can also run with recorded single image or series of images (“replay mode”).
COLOR SHADES® LAB supports any of the three CMS cameras (CMS-C, CMS-V or CMS-S) and recognizes each plugged one via its S/N number. The specific spectral data of the corresponding multispectral sensor are then used for spectral corrections and treatments.
COLOR SHADES® LAB is supplied free of charge with any purchased multispectral CMS camera.
CMS camera presentation
Rice versus Pebbles Sorting using the CMS-V camera