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  • High-Speed Multichannel Optometer
Dec 2003
Gigahertz-Optik Inc.Request Info
8-channel Parallel Signal Processing
NEWBURYPORT, Mass., Dec. 29 -- Gigahertz-Optik's P-9801 optometer provides high-speed 8-channel parallel signal processing for a wide variety of radiometric/photometric/colorimetric applications requiring fast multiple detection capability.

Readings of up to eight detectors are simultaneously displayed with a slew rate between 2 to 10 milliseconds (range dependent) on the P-9801's 8-line display. Or fully automated data processing and remote control operation by computer via IEEE or RS232 interface is possible.

Operation modes include CW or pulse, peak, relative percent, reference, manual or autorange, datalogger, ratio, dose, color chromaticity values and color temperature. Other key features include adjustable sampling time (1 ms to 10 s), backlit display, 0.1 picoampere to 2 milliampere signal measurement range (0.2 % of reading +/- 0.05% of range precision, all ranges), trigger input, optional Windows software and complete command list for self-programmers.

A wide variety of Gigahertz-Optik UV-Vis-NIR, color and integrating sphere-based detectors is available specifically configured for various applications.

The price of the P-9801 iss $4828 without detectors.

For more information, visit:; e-mail:

Gigahertz-Optik Inc.
5 Perry Way
Newburyport MA 01950-4009


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An instrument designed to measure the refractive power and range of accommodation of the eye. See ophthalmic instruments.
Pertaining to the measurement of the intensity of light.
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