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Summary

In the frame of the Kent Ridge 1 mission, Berlin Space Technologies developed HSI-100, a dual-band VNIR & SWIR hyperspectral payload. The instrument is built upon a proprietary technology from Singapore.

A special filter element allows the camera to act as a polarizing Fourier transform hyperspectral camera (PolarFour™). The payload incorporates a high performance data processing unit and data storage (DPU) for each of the two bands.

Note: the HSI-100 is no longer under production. Please have a look at the successor: the High Resolution Video Camera (HRVI-6HD) 2nd generation.

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Last updated: 2022-08-01

HSI-100 - Hyper Spectral Camera (Legacy Item)

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Specs

9TRL
mass
5.6 kg
length
262 mm
width
221 mm
height
131 mm
resolution
110 m (SWIR band)
44 m (VNIR band)
swath
47 km (VNIR band)
52 km (SWIR band)
spectral band
500 to 900 nm (VNIR band)
1000 to 1500 nm (SWIR band)
channels
30
data storage
240 GB
operating temperature
0 to 10 C
storage temperature
-10 to 35 C
lifetime
5 years LEO

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