Calibration Light Sources

Standard calibration light sources from Gamma Scientific are used for optical calibration of light measurement instruments, including spectroradiometers, photometers and radiometers.

All of our calibration light sources meet rigid quality standards for use in the most challenging testing environments.

A wide range of light sources is available to serve as precision standards of radiant flux and white-light standards of spectral irradiance or luminance.

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Testing Applications:
  • Optical Calibration and Metrology
  • Spectroradiometer Calibration
  • Photometer Calibration
  • Radiometer Calibration
  • NVIS Compatibility Testing

RS-14 Uniform Light Source System

The RS-14 Light Source System is a uniform halogen light source with a wide adjustable range for radiance and color temperature. It is ideal in applications where radiance uniformity is critical for device testing or calibration.

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RS-10D Calibration Light Source

The RS-10D calibration light source is a precision source of radiant flux, used primarily to calibrate light-measuring instrumentation and as stimuli to measure detection devices.

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RS-12DN Calibration Light Source

The RS-12DN is a NIST Traceable Calibration Light Source that can be used as a white light standard of spectral radiance or luminance.

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5000 FEL 1000-Watt Lamp Source

Gamma Scientific’s Model 5000 FEL 1000-Watt Lamp Standard provides absolute calibration of spectral irradiance from 250 nm to 2.4 microns. This tungsten-halogen lamp standard bears the ANSI designation of FEL. It is calibrated to the 2000 NIST spectral irradiance scale.

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RS-15 Flux Calibration Light Source

Gamma Scientific’s RS-15 total flux calibration light source is a precision source of total radiant flux, used primarily to calibrate integrating spheres, light measuring instrumentation and as stimuli to measure detection devices. Lamps are available from 5W-75W. The RS-15 source may be used as a standard of spectral radiant flux or luminous flux, traceable to the National Institute of Standards Technology (NIST).

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RS-50 Projection Light Source

The RS-50 projection light source is a precision source of radiant intensity, used primarily to calibrate light measuring instrumentation and as stimuli to measure detection devices.

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