Pika SWIR

1000 – 2500 nm
Short-Wave Infrared

The Pika SWIR hyperspectral imager is a high spatial and spectral resolution Short-Wave Infrared (1,000-2,500 nm) camera. It is compatible with Resonon’s benchtop and outdoor systems. Integration with the airborne system is coming in the near future.

The SWIR wavelength range enables diverse applications, including mineral exploration, pharmaceutical inspection, soil characterization, and waste recycling.

Hyperspectral data of trees, bushes, grass, building from a Pika SWIR

Hyperspectral data of trees, bushes, grass, building from a Pika SWIR

Signal-to-Noise Ratios (SNRs) for the Pika SWIR

The Pika SWIR uses a cryogenically-cooled MCT (Mercury Cadmium Telluride) sensor.

SNR for the Pika SWIR

SNR for the Pika SWIR with an integration time of 11.5 milliseconds and default spectral binning of 2

Specifications
Spectral Range (nm) 1000 – 2500
Spectral Channels 245
Spectral Resolution – FWHM (nm) 11.0
Spatial Pixels 640
Max Frame Rate (fps) 120
f/# 1.8
Interface USB3.0 (via frame grabber)
Dimensions (mm) 339 x 117 x 114
Weight, w/o lens (kg) 3.98
Certifications CE, RoHS 3
Hyperspectral Terminology Terminology Definitions LINK

Introduction to Resonon Benchtop Hyperspectral Imaging Systems