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Multispectral IR MWIR and LWIR cameras

The MS-IR infrared cameras are equipped with an 8-position fast-rotating filter wheel, which allows the scene signal to be split into different spectral bands rather than one broadband image, thus enabling spectral signature analysis. The filter wheel mechanism is designed to maximize the cameras’ frame rate and can be used in either fixed or rotating mode. Rotating speed is adjustable up to 100 Hz per filter, thus allowing a frame rate up to 800 fps in synchronised mode.

Key benefits include:

  • Best combination of spatial and temporal resolution on the market
  • Fast-rotating 8-position filter wheel
  • Available in MWIR and LWIR models
The MS-IR features an 8-position filter wheel.
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Key Specifications

Midwave Series
  Spectral Range Spatial Resolution Max. Frame Rate in Full Window (in static filter mode) Max. Frame Rate in Subwindow (in static filter mode) Filter Positions
MS M3k 1.5 - 5.5 μm 320 × 256 px 3 100 Hz 100 000 Hz @ 64 × 4 8
MS M2k 1.5 - 5.5 μm 320 × 256 px 1 900 Hz 90 000 Hz @ 64 × 4 8
MS M1k 1.5 - 5 μm 640 × 512 px 1 012 Hz 40 000 Hz @ 64 × 8 8
MS M350 1.5 - 5.4 μm 640 × 512 px 355 Hz 4 980 Hz @ 132 × 4 8
MS M100k 3 - 4.9 μm 640 × 512 px 115 Hz 120 000 Hz @ 64 × 2 8
Very Long Wave Series
  Spectral Range Spatial Resolution Max. Frame Rate in Full Window (in static filter mode) Max. Frame Rate in Subwindow (in static filter mode) Filter Positions
MS V1k 7.5 - 11.5 μm 640 × 512 px 1 012 Hz 40 000 Hz @ 64 × 8 8
MS V350 7.7 - 11.5 μm 320 × 256 px 345 Hz 14 000 Hz @ 128 × 8 8

Specifications are subject to change without notice. Other configurations are available upon request.

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