This allows both the important ‘Oxygen-A’ and ‘Oxygen-B’ bands (O2-A and O2-B) to be exploited for more accurate insight into photosynthetic processes. The sensor uses an all-reflective approach and Headwall’s own precise diffraction gratings, meaning high signal-to-noise performance vital to capturing scientific-grade data across this critical spectral range.
The new sensor is small and light enough for use aboard many of today’s commercially available UAVs, and it can also be used aboard aircraft and satellites. The 300x200x200mm sensor weighs about 6kg.
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