The Pika IR+ is Resonon’s high-precision near-infrared (NIR) hyperspectral camera. The Pika IR+ covers the 900 – 1700 nm spectral range with a 2.5 nm resolution. It has superior image quality, with higher spatial and spectral resolutions than the Pika IR hyperspectral camera.
The Pika IR+ is ideal for researchers who need high-precision high-precision near-infrared (NIR) hyperspectral data. It weighs the same as the Pika IR. To suit you requirements, the Pika IR+ is also available as part of our laboratory benchtop system, outdoor system, and airborne remote sensing system.
All Resonon hyperspectral cameras, including the Pika IR+, use a pushbroom (i.e. line-scan) approach to imaging. In line-scan imaging, the camera images the object one line at a time. The camera then scans over the object, or vice versa, and collects lots of lines of images to create a two-dimensional image of the object.
|Resonon Pika NIR-320 Hyperspectral Camera||Specification|
|Spectral Range (nm)||900 - 1700|
|Spectral Resolution (nm)||4.9|
|Total Spectral Channels||172|
|Spectral Channels/ Line||168|
|Max Frame Rate||508 fps|
|Size (cm)||11 x 29.6 x 8.9 cm|
|Power requirements||12V, 5A|
|Operating Temperature Range (C)||5 - 40|
|Signal to Noise Ratio (Peak)||1885|
|Average RMS Spot Radius (µm)||10|
|Smile Peak-to-Peak (µm)||10|
|Keystone, Peak-to-Peak (µm)||10|
|Dispersion per Pixel = Spectral Sampling (nm)||4.9|
|Pixel size (µm)||30|
Objective Lenses for Pika IR+:
|Focal Length (mm)||FOV (deg)||IFOV (rad)|
Spectral graph for Pika IR+