- Remote monitoring system for breeding community
- Seed Standard Library Management Software
- Wheat ear shape measuring instrument
- Portable corn plant height measuring instrument
- Portable crop lodging resistance tester
- Crop canopy analyzer / canopy chlorophyll analyzer
- Canopy NDVI / Canopy Multispectral Radiometer
- Portable crop stalk strength tester
- Corn Test System
- Microcomputer automatic counting device
- Canopy NDVI meter / canopy multispectral radiometer TOP Yunnong TOP-2000 canopy NDVI meter, also called canopy multispectral radiometer, can be widely used in agricultural production and agricultural research. The canopy multispectral radiometer has a TFT color screen display interface, a GPRS wireless communication interface, and a GPS positioning interface. Consult the canopy NDVI analyzer price and call: 0571-86056609!
The canopy NDVI analyzer / canopy multispectral radiometer is an 8-channel universal spectrum detection analyzer, which can support up to 16 channels of general spectrum information acquisition instruments in different bands. Users can customize filters in different bands for spectral detection according to actual needs. .
Principle of operation:
Any substance has the characteristics of emitting, absorbing and reflecting electromagnetic waves. This is the basic principle of spectral information detection. By measuring the absorption, transmission or reflection characteristics of the sensitive band spectral radiation of the internal components of each substance, the characteristics or composition of the substance are determined indirectly. In practical applications, only certain specific bands need to be selected to identify the characteristics of the selected substance. Use narrowband filters to select certain bands of the electromagnetic spectrum in the visible and near infrared (NIR) regions. This band region can be used to quantify the differences in plant canopy emissivity caused by various stresses. The visible / near infrared band at 400-900 nm is useful for detecting and assessing the severity of disease in plant leaves. The long-wavelength bands in the near-infrared region can be used to estimate plant physiological parameters and biochemical components.