UDT S471 Handheld Photometric, Radiometric and Laser Power Meter

The model S471 High Performance Handheld Optical Meter is ideal for photometric, radiometric, laser power, and fiber optic measurements. Designed to be used in a laboratory setting or field environment, the microprocessor controlled architecture features direct analog display, serial RS-232 output and analog voltage output.

Our wide range of optical 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.

 

Applications

  • Display Measurement
  • LED Measurement
  • Laser Power
  • Strobe & Signal Measurement
  • Lamp Testing

 

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Precision Solutions for Photometric, Radiometric & Laser Power Measurement

  • Wide dynamic range
  • High accuracy measurements
  • Programmable average readings in low-pass or boxcar mode
  • Sample speeds up to 53 Hz(1)
  • Optional USB to serial bridge converter
  • Long battery lifetime or use external power

 

CONFIGURATION OPTIONS The S471 can be configured with a wide range of sensors and calibrations in units including: ƒ Luminous Flux (lumens) or Radiant Flux (Watts), ƒ Illuminance (lux, foot-candle) or Irradiance (W/m2 ), ƒ Luminous Intensity (candela) or Radiant Intensity (W/sr), ƒ Luminance (cd/m2 , foot-Lambert) or Radiance (W/m2 sr).

 

Sensor Options

Photometric Sensors (1)

Silicon Detectors 

Options include:  Standard Miniature, Low Profile, LED measurement sockets

Radiometric Sensors

Silicon, Germanium or InGaAs Detectors 

Options include:  UV Enhanced, Miniature, Low Profile, Flat Response, Blue Optimized

LED Measurement Head

Meets CIE Publication 127 Conditions A & B

High Precision and Quick-change mounts

Integrating Spheres

50 mm diameter mini-spheres with 5 mm entrance port

(1) The high accuracy of our photometric sensors begins with our world-class Photopic filters, featuring spectral matching to  f1’< 1%.

Parameter

Values

Electronic

7 Gains, auto/manual selection

Electrical Accuracy

± 1.2%    ± 2 counts

Dynamic Range

9 1/2 decades

Bandwidth

7.5 Hz

Measurement Modes

(sensor dependent)

Luminous Flux (lumen) or Radiant Flux (Watt)

Illuminance (lux, foot-candle) or Irradiance (W/m2 )

Luminous Intensity (candela) or Radiant Intensity (W/sr)

Luminance (cd/m2 , foot-Lambert) or Radiance (W/m2 ·sr)

Display Information

4.5 digits                2 Hz update rate                     Modes include Linear, Log and Analog (bar graph)

Computer Interfaces

RS-232 or USB with use of serial bridge adaptor (not included)

Sample Rates

18.9 msec               Update rate via RS-232        2 Hz with display enabled, 53 Hz with display disabled

Averaging Modes

Low-pass or Boxcar, programmable

Analog Output Scale

±  4 VDC

Communication Rate

9600 Baud

Operational Battery Life

16 Hours with backlight off, 12 Hours with backlight on

Operating Temperature

10 to 60° C

Storage Temperature

-20 to 35° C for up to 1 year

External Power Source

12 VDC at 3.3 A or 100-240 VAC 50/60 Hz with supplied power adaptor, 40 W max with 1 meter cable

Internal Power Source

Rechargeable integral batteries -- 5 NiMH AA, 1800 mAHr batteries

Calibration Capacity

9 Continuous or 50 single-point

Calibration Traceability

Traceable to NIST with optional ISO/IEC 17025 accredited

Relative Humidity

Up to 99% (non-condensing)

Dimensions

234 mm (9.25 in) L x 114 mm (4.5 in) W x 36 mm (1.4 in) H             590g (1.3 lb)

Regulatory Compliance

TUV, UL, CSA, CE

Specifications are subject to change without notice.