The SVC HR-768si is unmatched for high resolution field measurements between 350 nm and 1900 nm, setting a new standard within the remote sensing community.

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  • One half the size and weight of other field spectroradiometers.
  • Full spectral measurements can be acquired in 1 second.
  • Internal digital camera captures scene of target area.
  • Internal GPS provides time and location coordinates for each data file.
  • QVGA sunlight readable touch screen provides graphic data display.
  • Dedicated Bluetooth can receive data from 8 channel (optional) sensor suite.
  • Provides exceptional spectral resolution across the full spectral region.
  • Incorporates 100% linear array technology and cooled InGaAs detector for superior wavelength and radiometric stability.
  • State of the art linear array provide low noise (improved data) across the 350 nm to 1900 nm range.
  • Fixed foreoptics ensure a reliable optical path.
  • Critical optical components are hard mounted to the spectrometer platform.
  • Provides fast, full spectral measurements with no moving gratings.
  • Internal 32-bit CPU allows measurements to be acquired and viewed without an external computer.
  • Designed for minimal set-up & warm-up time.
  • Internal memory stores 1000 measurements.
  • Supplied with rugged PDA and Bluetooth for wireless operation.
  • Field-changeable fiber optic light guide options available.
  • Integral, removable Lithium Ion battery enhances mobility.

The SVC HR-768si produces the same superior data quality and high spectral resolution as the SVC HR-1024i, while covering the spectral range from 350 nm to 1900 nm. The onboard LCD provides the scientist with an instantaneous graphic display of the measurement without need for a separate computer or PDA.

The internal digital camera captures the image of the target area for reference during data analysis, while the built-in GPS acquires the location of the instrument and writes the coordinates to memory.

The durable SVC HR-768si incorporates two Bluetooth radios. The first is used to facilitate instrument control and data transfer to a notebook computer, tablet or PDA. The second Bluetooth is provided to communicate with external sensors such as single wide-band or narrow multi-band downwelling detectors. The SVC HR-768si is engineered to be the central device integrating target images, GPS location, time and external sensor inputs with high resolution spectral data.


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