Cubert Ultris 20
The Cubert ULTRIS breaks new ground as the first HSI camera that is based on light field technology. The camera features an Ultra-HD CMOS sensor with 20 MP, making it to the imaging spectrometer with the world-wide highest available resolution. The camera provides a native image resolution of 410×410 px with 100 spectral channels, continuously covering the wavelength range from 450 nm – 850 nm (± 10nm).
The ULTRIS records an object with a multitude of images, each with its own optical bandpass filter with a different center wavelength. This is made possible by combining a continuously variable bandpass filter with a lenslet array. Applying this concept to the UHD sensor, the previously unheard number of 160,000 spectra is acquired simultaneously.
The ULTRIS can easily be attached to a common drone, with a necessary payload of less than 2kg.
- Time to prepare the camera in the field and calibrate it to the current light conditions: <15 min
- Time until you can analyze the data after flight acquisition: ~5 min. Just transfer from the flight computer. No preprocessing necessary.
Technology: Light Field with Variable Bandpass Filter
Number of spectral channels :100
Spectral Bands: 6
Spectral throughput [spectra/capture]: 168100
Wavelength range [nm]: 450-850
Spectral resolution [nm]: 2% center wavelength
Sampling interval [nm]: 4
Sensor resolution [Mpixel]: 20
Cube resolution [pixel]: 410x410x100
Cube rate [fps]: max 6
Measurement time [ms]: 0,1-1000
Detector type: Si CMOS
Digitization [Bit]: 12
Shutter type: Global
Camera interface: 1-2 GigE
Camera connections: Power, Trigger In
Camera CPU: No
Camera storage: Ext.
Objective mount: N/A
Lens user- changeable: No
Operating temperature [°С]: +5 – +65
Weight without lens [g]: 350, 1490 (industrial)
Power [V, W]: 12V / 10W
Size Standard [mm]: 60x60x57
Size Industrial [mm]: 150×100 (length x diameter)