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By combining the Flex-Eye customization process with the existing Fusion Series prism-based cameras, it is now possible for customers to design a multispectral camera that looks at specific visible and near infrared waveband ranges to meet the exact requirements of their vision application.
Like JAI’s standard Fusion Series multispectral cameras, the Flex-Eye process starts by allowing you to choose from a two- or three-sensor prism configuration outfitted with either 1.6-megapixel or 3.2-megapixel Sony Pregius CMOS global shutter imagers. After that, it is up to you. Define specific wavebands as narrow as 25nm wide, located exactly where you need them across the visible and NIR spectral ranges.
Configuration is simply made by using JAI’s own online Flex-Eye configurator. The online configurator provides an easy, step-by-step process to define your ideal solution. After specifying the number and type of sensors and the resolution an intuitive GUI let you drag and place wavebands on a spectral chart with built-in validation rules to guide you to a successful configuration.
For more information about the Flex-Eye by JAI or Recab´s other products:
Klas Bengtsson / 0730-766 721 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Glenn Abrahamsson / 0702-355 685 / email@example.com