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Multispectral imaging - Videometer Lab4
VideometerLab 4 is an all in one vision-based lab analyzer designed for fast and accurate determination of surface color, texture, shape, size and chemical composition.
The easy-to-use system integrates illumination, camera, and computer technology with advanced digital image analysis and statistics. VideometerLab 4 provides a rapid assessment of uniform and non-homogeneous samples by combining information on all of the above parameters automatically in just a few seconds, requiring no sample preparation and leaving the sample intact.
Using stroked LED technology VideometerLab4 combines measurements at up to 20 different wavelengths into a single high-resolution multispectral image. Every pixel in the image is a spectrum and the system can include wavelengths outside the range detected by traditional RGB technology.
Why use VideometerLab 4?
Currently, the non-destructive investigation of materials with non-uniform color and texture can be difficult, tedious and expensive. Conventional techniques such as NIR spectroscopy only measure a single point or average over a fixed area and do not give an objective overall assessment of visual quality.
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
The Videometer Lab 4 uses a 2192 x 2192 pixel camera with 41 micron resolution. There is an option to go to a 2704 x 2704 pixel camera with 33 micron resolution.
The Videometer Lab 4 MultiSpectral imager uses 19 wavelengths of light from 365nm- 970nm, with two extra channels for illumination options or additional wavelengths.
Yes, the Videometer Lab 4 has the optional capability to have fluorescence capabilities added with a carousel addition of up to 5 filters
Yes, the VideometerLab 4 has been used in a production lines for QC applications previously. Only a selection of the Leds are used as part of the analysis online to reduce the capture time
The VideometerLab 4 uses a radiometric and geometric calibration procedure with NIST traceable standards. Automatic diagnostic tests can be performed routinely to ensure instrument stability.
Yes, if your desired sample has a spectral signature, even if it is in the ultraviolet or near infrared the videometerlab maybe able to detect it.