Ocean Thin Films multispectral imager features a single wideband CCD

June 18, 2011
SpectroCam provides real-time imaging of organic and inorganic chemicals using a single wideband CCD sensitive to UV to near-infrared wavelengths.

SpectroCam provides real-time imaging of organic and inorganic chemicals using a single wideband CCD sensitive to UV to near-infrared wavelengths. A development kit includes a set of filters for the most commonly used wavelengths, and filters and sensors can be customized for specific needs. The cameras can be reconfigured for OEM applications.
Ocean Thin Films
Largo, FL


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Multispectral Imaging with Ocean Thin Films SpectroCam

Largo, Florida (February 28, 2011) – For real-time imaging of organic and inorganic chemicals, Ocean Thin Films’ (OTF) new SpectroCam™ provides a high-quality platform that simplifies the design process for researchers and engineers, reducing time-to-market.

SpectroCam utilizes a single wideband CCD, capable of measurements covering the spectrum from UV through Near Infrared (NIR) wavelengths. Using a discrete set of application-specific wavelengths, the SpectroCam creates high-resolution images. This targeted spectral approach produces visual data that can be customized for a variety of applications in military, agricultural, medical and industrial markets.

OTF’s SpectroCam is available in a Development Kit that includes a set of filters covering the most commonly used wavelengths, for R&D teams needing a quick turnkey solution in proof-of-concept studies. Filters and sensors can also be customized to conform to specific needs and the cameras are easily re-configured for OEM applications. A proprietary design enables a quick delivery time, while providing a system that suits specific application needs. The SpectroCam offers a cost-effective and versatile solution for any multispectral imaging and sensing project.

To learn more about the Spectrocam, visit www.Oceanthinfilms.com, email [email protected], or call +1 727.545.0741.

Ocean Thin Films designs and produces precision optical coatings, components and assemblies that enable a wide variety of products and custom applications. Leveraging comprehensive know-how in thin film coating development, its team provides expert design assistance for collaborative custom-engineered solutions, from rapid prototyping through high-volume contract manufacturing. Ocean Thin Films is a subsidiary of Halma p.l.c., an international market leader in safety, health and sensor technology.


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