The next generation of Digital Tunable Light Sources: SpectralLED™

  • 35 unique wavelength LEDs, spaced evenly throughout the visible to NIR spectrum (380-1000nm)
  • Accurate simulation of standard illuminants such as Illuminant A, D65, E, Macbeth (X-rite) color patches and many others
  • Calibrated uniform output, with real-time optical feedback for higher accuracy than traditional sources
  • Can simulate a scanning monochromator or traditional broadband spectrums, all with no moving gratings or optical filters!

 

The next generation of Digital Tunable
Light Sources: SpectralLED®

  • 35 unique wavelength LEDs, spaced evenly throughout the visible to NIR spectrum (380-1000nm
  • Calibrated uniform output, with real-time optical feedback for higher accuracy than traditional sources
  • Can simulate a scanning monochromator or traditional broadband spectrums, all with no moving gratings or optical filters!

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About Gamma Scientific

With over 50 years of experience in developing light measurement instruments, Gamma Scientific is trusted by the world’s leading organizations to provide accurate and reliable results.

Based in San Diego, California, Gamma Scientific manufactures laboratory grade thin film measurement systems, spectroradiometers, integrating spheres and calibration light sources.

Gamma Scientific also operates an ISO 17025 compliant, NVLAP accredited calibration and testing laboratory (NVLAP Laboratory code 200823-0).

Light Measurement Guides

Guide to Photometry

What’s in the Guide?

  • Definitions of the most important terms in photometry
  • Photometric to radiometric conversion factors
  • How to specify a photometer system
  • Photometric quantity units, symbols and abbreviations
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Guide to Radiometry

What’s in the Guide?

  • Definitions of the most important terms in radiometry
  • How to specify a radiometer system
  • Radiometric quantity units, symbols and abbreviations
  • Calibration by transfer of standards
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System Configuration Guide

Learn how to configure a photometer or radiometer system to meet your testing requirements with this free guide from Gamma Scientific.

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