The 10GigE version of Cubert’s Ultris 5 HFR (High Frame Rate) hyperspectral camera can capture and process up to 75+ cubes per second. With a resolution of 290×275 pixels and 51 channels in the 450 to 850nm range, this translates to over 300 million data points/sec and this with a 12bit depth. In tests, unprocessed hyperspectral cubes could be recorded and stored at 76fps on a desktop computer with a 10Gbit/s PCIe network card and about 60fps with a laptop and a 5Gbit/s USB-C network dongle. Live processing of the 290×275 individual spectra was performed at 33fps on the desktop computer and at just over 30fps on the laptop.
The BP450 filter by Midwest Optical is for enhancing viewing of subjects illuminated by a 450nm blue LED.