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Surface Optics 710VP

The ideal spectral imager for applications in precision agriculture, forestry, mining, and oceanography, the SOC710-VP offers high performance, portability and durability at an affordable price. No compromises here. A 12-bit camera and precision factory calibration yield error-free data with excellent dynamic range.
Surface Optics 710GX

The SOC710-GX® hyperspectral imager is specifically designed for ease of installation in a UAV or small aircraft. The compact system delivers real-time, research-grade results covering the 400 – 1000 nanometer wavelength range with a 640 pixel-wide swath.
The ideal imager for applications in precision agriculture, forestry, mining or oceanography, the SOC710-GX® offers high performance at an affordable price. The low noise, 12-bit camera used in the system supports rapid framing, wide dynamic range, high quantum efficiency and high resolution.
At 20 cm. in length and less than 4 lbs, the imager is designed to be compact. A single GigE connection eases integration, and coupled to SOC’s Compact Data-Recorder allows for continuous data collection for over an hour.

Surface Optics 750

Based on Surface Optics’s highly successful SOC700-MWIR Hyperspectral (HS) Imager, the SOC750-HB is a fast commercial real-time HS MWIR imaging system. Out of the box, the SOC750-HB can be used in demanding analysis, quality control and detection work.
Comprising a very high-speed, high sensitivity MWIR array, imaging spectrometer, integrated scanning system and vector processor, the SOC750-HB can acquire and process spectral imagery at a rate of 11 cubes (256 x 240 pixels x 42 bands) per second at 14-bit resolution. Lower spatial resolution cubes can be acquired at higher speeds. The system’s spectral response is medium wave-infrared from 2-5 microns. The spectral resolution is 73 nm. The HS data cube size is 5.25 MB.
The system includes a real-time hyperspectral image processor to radiometrically calibrate the imagery, perform sensor emulation, and implement up to four spectral correlation algorithms on the spectral imagery simultaneously. All processing occurs at the full cube rate. The SOC750-HB imager is supported by SOC’s custom HSAnalysis3 software with a user-friendly GUI.
Surface Optics 740

The SOC740-SW Short Wave Infrared Spectral Imager is a high-quality, highly versatile, off-the-shelf spectral imaging system covering the 1.0 to 2.35 micron region. This instrument uses a cryogenically cooled (60K) InSB detector, with a 2.35 micron cutoff filter, and incorporates a closed-cycle cryostat. The spatial resolution is 640 x N, where N > 2048 pixels along the scan direction. Three lenses are available: 28mm, 50mm, and 200 mm. The spectrometer sled slides fore and aft to accommodate long and short lenses.
The spectral resolution is selectable by the user, with resolutions of 400, 200 and 100 spectral bands. Three lenses are available for the system: 28mm, 50mm and 200 mm. The camera integration time is adjustable over a wide range. The scan mirror is oversized to accommodate fast lenses with long focal length, or wide field of view lenses without vignetting. SOC’s HS-Analysis software (included), or third party packages such as ENVI can be used for calibration and data analysis. Data is recorded in open format binary data which can be easily read into third-party analysis packages.