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European Facility For Airborne Research July 23, 2017, 00:36

Instrument: INTA Airborne Hyperspectral Scanner

Name INTA Airborne Hyperspectral Scanner
Acronym AHS
Manufacturer Argonst (formely Sensytech, Daedalus)
Manufacturer website http://www.argonst.com
Operated by INTA
Operated onboard

Instrument type

Name Imaging Spectrometer
Acronym Imaging Spectrometer

Principle of operation

Measured parameter Radiance Spectra
Operating principle

Measurement(s) Hyperspectral

Dimension and weight

External dimension Scan head/Spectrometer 67cm x 52 cm x 71cm Electronics 102cm x 48.3cm x 61cm
Weight 190.0

Performance

Operating mode Remote sensing
Range

Resolution

Sensitivity

Accuracy

Bandwidth

Modifications

Operational restriction

It needs liquid nitrogen and an operator

Operational requirements

Power: 28V±3VDC 55A maximum

Scan head enviroment Conditions:
Temperature: 218K to 343K (-55C to +70C),
Relative Humidity: 0-95%(non-condensing);
Altitude: 15200m

Certification approvals

Contact INTA Remote Sensing Lab.

Additional information

Contact INTA Remote Sensing Lab.

Access, host and processing

Access

Contact INTA Remote Sensing Lab.

Could also fit on any aircraft having the following characteristics

General description

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