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Ocean Thin Films Introduces SpectroCam-UV – an Ultraviolet, Multispectral Imaging Camera

Ocean Thin Films has launched the SpectroCam-UV – a new ultraviolet (UV) multispectral imaging (MSI) concept. The SpectroCam MSI camera offers finely tuned detection from UV across the visible spectrum and into the near-IR. The SpectroCam-UV is a highly sophisticated instrument for high-grade research.

SpectroCam is the first video-speed MSI camera globally that can be completely configured. Having eight interchangeable customer-defined filters at their disposal, users can study various filter choices along with the powerful/strong/effective image processing software and thus considerably bring down development times and hasten products to the market. Due to the SpectroCam, MSI is within easy reach of everyone from high volume OEM equipment producers to university researchers.

To make way for an even broader spectrum of usages, the sensor range of the new SpectroCam has been augmented into the UV and can be combined with filters available over the entire UVA, UVB and UVC wavelengths. Besides the camera, Ocean Thin Films also supplies turnkey UV imaging setups that comprise UV-compatible light sources and optics. Ocean Thin Films has the perfect arrangement to support various applications, with an extensive range of regular filter wavelengths and the capacity to produce customized optical filters to satisfy application requirements. The SpectroCam range of cameras provides the most adaptable and highly sensitive imaging instruments for forensic, industrial, agricultural, surveillance and biomedical applications. The SpectroCam concept can be easily combined with a variety of OEM systems and can be adjusted to meet particular environmental and mechanical requirements.

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