The Gamma Scientific RadOMA-LED spectroradiometer system provides high accuracy and near-perfect repeatability via RadOMA multi-element array technology. The results are highly repeatable, precise, millisecond measurements of LED spectra.
The RadOMA-LED spectroradiometer’s exceptional low-light measurement capability and superior blue-light region sensitivity over conventional front-illuminated CCD-based systems further enhances accuracy for determination of LED’s half-power bandwidth, peak wavelength, color temperature, luminance and proper binning.
The system is easily configurable to measure different aspects of LED output. The standard system comes with optics for spectral radiant intensity (and luminous intensity in candelas) following the CIE Publication Number 127 recommendations. It can also be coupled to an integrating sphere for total flux measurements, both 2 pi and 4 pi steradians; or a computer-controlled 2-axis goniometer for spatial intensity measurements.
LED Testing Spectroradiometer Features
- Recommended geometry from CIE Pub. No. 127; Condition A & B
- Exceptional accuracy via high-resolution bandwidth coverage
- Superior wavelength and color accuracy via low thermal expansion coefficient materials
- Near-real-time measurement
- High resolution: 0.4 nm/pixel
- Spectral ranges: 200-780, 260-900 nm, 300-1100 nm, and 380-810 nm
- USB interface
- Windows-based control/analysis software
- NIST-traceable accuracy
- Self-calibrate (System never has to be returned for calibration)
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