UDT Model 288 Photometric Sensor

The Model 288 Photometric Sensor features an integral filter / sensor mount, that can be used in constrained spaces due to its reduced diameter. The model consists of a standard series silicon sensor and a spectrally-matched photometric filter to simulate the response of the human visual system and match the spectral response of a standard observer.  

Our wide range of optical power meters, photometric and radiometric sensors is complemented by ISO/IEC 17025 accreditation by NVLAP (NVLAP lab code 200823-0), resulting in unmatched performance and custom configuration as required.

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  • Luminous Flux Measurements (lm) for characterization of total output
  • Illuminance Measurements (lux) for characterization of luminous flux incident on a surface
  • Luminous Intensity Measurements (cd) for characterization of a small, directional source

 Key Specifications                                    Part No. U68359

CIE V (λ) Function

 f1’  ≤ 3%  (standard)

 f1’  ≤ 1%  (special order)

Detector Information

Silicon      1.0 cm2 active area

Rise Time

3 µ sec

Dynamic Range

0.5 x 10-3 to 4.7 x 104 lux

Typical Response

2.67 x 10-9 A/lux

1.35 x 10-1 A/W

Calibration

ISO17025, NIST Traceable

Package Style

Integral filter / sensor package with 2 meter BNC cable

Compatible with the UDT Handheld and Benchtop series Optical Meters.

 

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