JAI's multi-sensor, multispectral prism cameras provide simultaneous images of different light spectrums through a single optical path. The cameras split incoming light into two or three separate channels - typically including a visible channel from 400~680nm and one or more near infrared (NIR) channels between 700~1000nm.
This makes it possible to simultaneously inspect surface properties or printing, as well as sub-surface defects or other information which is optimally detected at NIR wavelengths. Multiple NIR channels can be used to help identify specific chemical or biological substances that exhibit different characteristics in different NIR wavebands.
JAI’s multispectral imaging camera technology allows users to replace multiple inspection stations with a single setup, providing both ease of use and lower equipment and maintenance costs.
The cameras are ideal for inspecting currency, checks, textiles, plastics, circuit boards, life sciences samples, and other organic items such as fruit and vegetables.
- Multispectral imaging technology allows users to replace multiple inspection stations with a single camera set-up.
- The Fusion Series comprises multispectral cameras up to 3.2-megapixels.
- Newest models feature high-speed 10 GigE interfaces with multi-stream output.