Radiometric Sensor Catalog

Our radiometric sensors are ideally suited for the laboratory, OEMs, value-added resellers or anyone else interested in accurately measuring light intensity and brightness. 

  • Standard Series sensors adapt for use with most accessories 
  • Miniature Series includes a similar range of sensors with a smaller-diameter package, compatible with our integrating sphere accessories 
  • Low-Profile Series is designed for applications with limited mechanical clearance
  • UV Optimized sensors, optimized for measurements in the UVA or UVC portion of the spectrum
  • InGaAs and Germanium sensors, optimized for measurements in the NIR portion of the spectrum
  • Cooled Sensors for applications requiring ultra-low dark-current 

Each sensor includes NIST-traceable calibration

 

Measurement Applications

  • Radiant Flux Measurements
  • Irradiance Measurements
  • Radiant Intensity Measurements
  • Radiance Measurements
The model 268Blue is a low-profile sensor designed for applications with limited mechanical clearance. The unit is optimized for measurement in the blue portion of the spectrum, centered at 450 nm...
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The model 268LP is a low-profile sensor designed for applications with limited mechanical clearance. The assembly provides measurement of radiant flux in units of Watts or mW. Our wide range of...
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The model 268R is a low-profile sensor designed for applications with limited mechanical clearance. An integral flat filter / diffuser provides flat response from the blue to the near infrared, with...
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The model 268UVA is a low-profile sensor designed for applications with limited mechanical clearance. The unit is optimized for 365nm measurement in the UVA portion of the spectrum (320-400 nm) via...
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The model 268 UVC is a low-profile sensor designed for applications with limited mechanical clearance. The unit is optimized for measurement at 254nm in the UVC portion of the spectrum (200-290 nm)...
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The model 271 radiometric sensor incorporates a Germanium detector and can be combined with a wide range of accessories including optical filters, diffusers, integrating spheres and spacers. Our wide...
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The model 280 radiometric sensor is our miniature series Indium-Gallium-Arsenide sensor, particularly suited for measurements at 1550 nm. It can be adapted for use with Miniature Series integrating...
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The UDT 19830-3-xx-FLEX Series from Gamma Scientific includes thermoelectrically cooled photodetector heads that work in conjunction with our model 400-C Series optical meters to measure a wide...
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The model 221 radiometric sensor is our standard silicon sensor. It can be combined with a wide range of accessories including optical filters, diffusers, integrating spheres and spacers. Our wide...
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The model 222 radiometric sensor is our standard silicon sensor with calibration in the UV portion of the spectrum. This sensor assembly is popular for its high linearity and low noise performance...
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The model 247 radiometric sensor includes a precision radiometric filter for flat response from the blue to the near-infrared. This sensor assembly is popular for its high linearity and low noise...
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The 260 Series radiometric sensor is our miniature series silicon sensor. It can be adapted for use with Miniature Series integrating spheres and other accessories. Our wide range of optical power...
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The model 261 radiometric sensor is our miniature series Germanium sensor. It can be adapted for use with Miniature Series integrating spheres and other accessories. Our wide range of optical power...
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The model 262 radiometric sensor is our miniature series silicon sensor with flat response from the blue to the near-infrared. It can be adapted for use with Miniature Series integrating spheres and...
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The model 264 radiometric sensor is our miniature series silicon sensor specifically designed for laser power measurement. It contains an integrated diffuser and reduced aperture for attenuation of...
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