Tetracam ADC

Multispectral cameras can monitor small changes in the visible and infrared radiation that plants reflect. Growers use this data to spot plants under stress, control their growth or perform many useful functions in the management of crops. Infrared variations indicate changes in vegetation long before they appear in the visible spectrum. These same systems used in agriculture are also applicable in biology, forestry, environmental research, monitoring and inspection infrastructure.

The ADC Tetracam Digital Camera is a standard for multispectral images on crops and vegetation. The Tetracam ADC has properties of a conventional digital camera while offering unparalleled features multispectral image.

A single precision image sensor 3.2 megapixel optimized to capture wavelengths of visible light longer than 520 nm and wavelengths of near infrared up to 920nm. The image sensor is divided into a patchwork of small optical filters. Each filter allows separate wavelength bands of red, green or infrared wavelengths pass while the rest is blocked. These are equivalent to the bands TM2, TM3 and TM4 Landsat.

Vegetation multispectral images

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