Featured | Products, Materials & Tools | Mar 17, 2015

New Handheld SpectroRadiometer for Low Cost, Research Grade LED & Light Measurement

Measure illuminance, chromaticity, CCT, dominant wavelength and full spectral distribution of all visible light 350-1100nm with the new Handheld SpectroRadiometer from StellarNet, Inc (UV & NIR options also available). The handheld design makes these instruments the first choice in portable testing, field demonstrations, installations, R&D and quality control. The system has a 5x7", touch-pad tablet interface that's both ergonomic and user-friendly.

Spectral data is collected using <1nm resolution with rugged research grade optics. Delivered with pre-installed NIST traceable calibrations for +/-5% absolute accuracy and the SpectraWiz® Software Suite. SpectraWiz offers many additional functions built in such as full spectral display with CIE color graph, data logging, PAR, PPFD, &YPF real time calculations for grow light applications, as well as built in Solar Simulator and UV monitoring applications with options for CQS & CRI analysis.

Additionally, the spectrometer module can easily be detached and fiber optically coupled to a StellarNet Integrating Sphere where the LED can be placed inside for total lumen flux measurements or even with our new Integrating Tube for T8 tube lights. A lens assembly can easily be attached to give luminance measurements of displays and other sources.

Please visit StellarNet's SpectroRadiometers Webpage

About StellarNet:
StellarNet offers a variety of low cost & research grade light measurement systems. The StellarNet Handheld SpectroRadiometer offers a versatile solution for LED field measurement that easily adapts into a laboratory grade instrument with a few additional accessories. ContactUs@StellarNet.us today or purchase on our online shop www.shopstellarnet.us

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