FluxData offers a series of 3CCD multispectral cameras ranging in resolution from VGA up to 2MP. Customers can pick from the following preconfigured spectral options:

FD-1665-MS3

The FD-1665-MS3 Three Channel Camera The 3 channel FD-1665 is configured with 3 monochrome sensors with any customer specified bands.

FluxData offers a series of 3CCD multi-spectral cameras ranging in resolution from VGA up to 2MP. Users can select from FluxData’s pre-configured 5 or 7 channel RGB/NIR camera or configure a 3CCD camera with custom specified filters. A 3CCD multispectral camera provides the advantage of 3 unique imaging sensors with a single lens system.

FD-1665-MS5

The FD-1665-MS5 Five Channel Camera

FluxData offers a series of 3CCD multi-spectral cameras ranging in resolution from VGA up to 2MP. Users can select from FluxData’s pre-configure 3,  5 or 7 channel RGB/NIR camera or configure a 3CCD camera with custom specified filters. A 3CCD multispectral camera provides the advantage of 3 unique imaging sensors with a single lens system.

FD-1665 multispectral camera

FD-1665-MS7

The FD-1665-MS7 Seven Channel Camera

FluxData offers a series of 3CCD multi-spectral cameras ranging in resolution from VGA up to 2MP. Users can select from FluxData’s pre-configure 3,  5 or 7 channel RGB/NIR camera or configure a 3CCD camera with custom specified filters. A 3CCD multispectral camera provides the advantage of 3 unique imaging sensors with a single lens system.

Custom Multispectral Camera

Custom FD-1665

Advanced Development Support

FluxData’s Advanced Systems Development Group is prepared to support the unique imaging system requirements of customers. If one of our standard configurations does not directly support customer requirements, we can work with customers in the adaptation of our designs to meet their specific needs.

FD-3SWIR SWIR Multispectral Camera

FD-3SWIR

The FluxData FD-3SWIR camera offers three InGaAs sensors fitted with customer specified optical filters to simultaneously capture sub-pixel aligned video through a single aperture lens.