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Table 3 Technical specifications of benchtop HSI instrumentation used to analyze MP

From: Hyperspectral imaging as an emerging tool to analyze microplastics: A systematic review and recommendations for future development

Instrument (manufacturer) Wavelength range (nm) Spatial resolution (μm) Spectral resolution (nm) # polymers identified Reference
Hyspex SWIR 320 hyperspectral camera (Norsk Elektro Optikk) 968–2498 280 6a 11 [54]
13 [56]
SISU Chema XL (SISU Chema) 1000–2500 100 6.3 4 [59]
5.9a 3 [58]
Umbio Inspector (SISU Chema) 1000–2500 300 5 12 [55, 57]
V-NIR-A (Headwall Photonics) 400–1000 NR 2b 1 [60]
V-NIR (Headwall Photonics) 900–1700 NR 3b 5 [61]
G4–428 Hyperspec NIR R (Headwall Photonics) 900–1700 NR 3b 3 [64]
Pika NIR-640 (Resonon Inc.) 900–1700 14.8 2.5 11 [65]
Malvern InGaAs camera (Malvern Panalytical) 960–1662 300, 1000 5.9a 12 [55]
Videometer instrument (Videometer AS) 375–970 60 31.3a 12 [55]
Dark field CytoViva hyperspectral microscope (Cytoviva) 400–1000 0.128b 2 1 [63]
NIR Specim Imspector spectrometer mounted in front of an InGaAs Sensor Unlimited camera 350–2000 25 10 9 [62]
  1. aCalculated from spectral range and sampled wavelengths, b Details from manufacturer, NR not reported