Gamma Scientific’s new GS-1160 handheld spectroradiometers are stand-alone instruments designed for lighting installers, designers and engineers who require accurate, low cost spectral measurements such as:
- Colour & Chromaticity
- Gamma & White balance
- Flicker & Uniformity
- Luminance, CRI & Delta UV
- Spectral power distribution
- Peak & Dominant wavelength
- Excitation purity
The Gamma Scientific handheld GS-1160 uses a CMOS linear image sensor, covering the wavelength range from 380 to 780 nm in 1 nm steps.
The instrument offers integration times from under 0.0001 to 5 seconds and delivers the spectral data via an onboard colour graphical display. This data can also be stored on an SD card, making it ideal for the portable spectral evaluation of LEDs, OLEDs and Quantum Dot displays.
The GS-1160B is the desktop version of the above. It features all the same measurement functions, but no display, and outputs the captured data via USB or RS-232 to a PC.
For more details, please contact us.
Gamma Scientific‘s RadOMA™ range of advanced, high-speed spectroradiometers deliver millisecond measurement speeds, exceptional low-light measurement capabilities, and superior blue-light region sensitivity. The latest versions of the GS-1290 are now offering wavelength accuracies down to ±0.2 nm.
Multiple configurations cover a wide spectral range, from the ultraviolet to the near infrared:
- 200 to 890 nm (GS-1290-1)
- 200 to 1100 nm (GS-1290-2)
- 360 to 940 nm (GS-1290-3)
RadOMA™ spectroradiometers are ideally suited for testing retroreflected colour, reflectance and transmittance, LED colour and luminance, flat panel displays, and light sources.
The systems are completely modular and interchangeable for easy upgrade or customisation, and can be self-calibrated by the user so they never have to be returned to the factory.
Please contact us for more details.
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