Configurable across a continuous broad spectrum

The COBRA HyperSpec offers hyperspectral tunable illumination for optimal image acquisition. Discrete control of up to 12 different wavelengths allows for the creation of a broad spectrum with excellent uniformity and high quality imaging. Hyperspectral imaging requires specific wavelength selection in order to general a broad and homogenous spectrum of light.  The COBRA HyperSpec offers high resolution illumination across a broad spectrum by utilizing customizable chip-on-board technology. Hyperspectral LEDs can be boosted at any wavelength to optimize for any application.  Users can discretely control up to twelve different wavelengths. This allows for balancing intensities, matching a camera’s sensitivity curve or countering for light deficiencies with a camera sensor thus providing a continuous broad spectrum.

 

 

 

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Key Features:

  • Hyperspectral visible and IR
  • Chip-On-Board: extreme brightness and high uniformity
  • Modular: available in any length up to 6 meters
  • Up to four independent strobe lines
  • On-board Ethernet control
  • Input Power Monitoring and error detection

Key Applications:

  • Hyperspectral Imaging
  • Print inspection
  • Food Sorting, Grading and Analysis
  • Chemical and Pharmaceutical Analysis
  • Sorting of Recyclable Material
  • Currency Inspection

Designed and Optimized for Camera Sensitivity

Each wavelength has different efficiencies so wavelengths should be driven at different currents in order to achieve low peak-to-valley ratios and a broad spectral band. The COBRA MultiSpec can allow for a flatter, camera-weighted spectrum (see black line on chart opposite), which can be simulated when taking into account the camera’s spectral response. The hyperspectral light source has been designed and balanced to compensate for the sensitivity curve of machine vision cameras utilizing the latest SONY IMX174 Sensor.

The spectrum is well matched to most colour cameras such as leading camera manufacturers such as Specim, JAI, Teledyne Dalsa and Basler or any hyperspectral line scan camera operating in the visible to near-infrared spectrum. For applications covering an extended spectrum, the COBRA MultiSpec can be developed in configurations of up to twelve wavelengths from 365nm –1700nm and the spectral output balanced to any customer-specified camera.

 

Uniformity and Strobe Capability across a Broad Spectrum

To enable rapid data acquisition and analysis, COBRA HyperSpec’s exceptional strobe capability allows multispectral strobe patterns to be configured, and up to four optically independent strobe lines pulsed either simultaneously or sequentially with a combined delay and response time of less than one microsecond (1μs).

UV, Visible & IR wavelengths are available along with a wide range of optical options to ensure the optimum illumination for your application. COBRA HyperSpec is available in wavelengths from 365nm – 1700nm and available in configurations from two to twelve wavelengths in a compact form factor.

Custom lights of up to 12 wavelengths from 365nm – 1700nm can also be delivered across hyperspectral applications including food sorting and currency inspection.

 

Building on the established, reliable COBRA platform

Like the established and reliable COBRA Slim and Cobra Max platforms the COBRA HyperSpec utilizes Chip-on-Board LED technology to maximize brightness and ensure uniformity. The award-winning COBRA HyperSpec has been designed to deliver hyperspectral tunable illumination allowing users to optimize the spectrum to maximize contrast in their application. COBRA HyperSpec is modular and is available in any length up to 6 meters.

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Multispectral and Hyperspectral Lighting for the Food & Beverage Industry

With ever increasing quality, traceability and safety requirements in the food and beverage industry, more and more businesses are looking toward vision systems to help improve their efficiencies and overall performance. The rapid improvements in multispectral and hyperspectral imaging technologies, coupled with reduced component costs, has enabled a wider range of applications to benefit from LED technology. In applications such as food and beverage inspection, sorting, grading and analysis; optimized multispectral and hyperspectral lighting is enabling greater efficiencies and accuracy, higher inspection rates, increased throughput and improved quality over traditional technologies.

For more information on multispectral and hyperspectral lighting or the food and beverage industry download our new whitepaper.

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