Newcomer to the Elliot Scientific stable, Gamma Scientific, drew considerable interest over the two days we exhibited at the Photonex Exhibition and Conference held recently in Coventry. Gamma Scientific President Richard Austin was on hand to demonstrate the systems and explain the differences between radiance and irradiance, and luminance and illuminance among other things.
Elliot Scientific is now distributing Gamma Scientific’s comprehensive range of light and optical test and measurement systems, that are trusted by some of the world’s leading companies and standards organisations, for accurately determining the consistency, power, and colour of light. Gamma Scientific designs and manufactures lab grade light measurement instruments and systems that include:
• Thin Film Measurement Systems
|• Calibration Light Sources – Filament & LED
• Integrating Spheres up to 3 metres in diameter
In addition, Elliot Scientific is also offering Optometer equipment from UDT Instruments, a division within Gamma Scientific. This portfolio includes Photometers, Radiometers, Lux meters, Luminance meters, Colourimeters, Photodetectors, and Illuminance meters for photometric and radiometric testing applications.
Gamma Scientific instruments are used in a variety of applications that cover the testing of LEDs, lamps, light fittings and luminaires, lasers and fibre-optics, night vision equipment and visual displays and, uniquely, the single sided inspection of the first surface of any transmissive element.
Contact us now for more information.
October 28, 2014 | Categories: Detectors & Instrumentation, Optics | Tags: Calibration Light Source, colourimeter, filament, Gamma Scientific, Goniophotometer, Illuminance, Integrating Sphere, LED, luminance, Lux, meter, optometer, photodetector, photometer, photometric, photometry, Photonex, radiometric, radiometry, Reflectometer, spectrometer, spectrophotometer, Spectroradiometer, Thin Film Measurement System, UDT Instruments | Leave a comment
The Elliot Scientific October newsletter is now available. In this issue Gamma Scientific systems and UDT Instruments join the Elliot Scientific portfolio, Lake Shore meld a DC Hall System and Cryogenic Probe Station together that results in the new Model 8425, Product Overview 2015 becomes available, Vescent Photonics add an Offset Phase Lock Servo to their ICE Box range, and Photonex 2014 opens next week.
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October 8, 2014 | Categories: Cryogenics & Low Temperature Physics, Detectors & Instrumentation, Diode Lasers, Exhibitions, Conferences & Events, Fibre & Telecom, Laser Trapping - Optical Tweezers, Lasers & LED Systems, Lifescience, Opto-mechanics | Tags: colour, flux, Gamma Scientific, Hall effect, ICE, Lake Shore, laser, light, lock, luminance, measurement, meter, optometer, Photonex, Probe Station, radiometer, servo, spectro, spectrometer, spectroscopy, Vescent | Leave a comment