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  • SpectroRadiometer
Dec 2005
StellarNet Inc.Request Info
High Performance, Wide Range
TAMPA, Fla. -- StellarNet has introduceded a new high-performance, broadband spectrometer for the 200 to 1100 nm range. The company said optics include an ultraviolet-enhanced 2048 pixel CCD detector with a special composite grating that has no moving parts to provide 0.75-nm resolution with a 14-um slit at a surprisingly low cost. An integrated order-sorting filter allows the broadband instrument to be spectroradiometrically calibrated for precision measurement of absolute light intensities. A 50-um slit or larger is recommended for best spectroradiometer performance.
   The portable instrument is packaged in a rugged HR enclosure with SMA905 fiber optic input. It can be attached directly to a computer's high-speed USB (1 or 2) port or high-speed IEEE1284 parallel port. Numerous other StellarNet models provide variety of operational ranges and optical resolutions down to 0.1 nm, suitable for spectroscopy applications such as chemical and optical analysis, spectroradiometry, spectrocolorimetry, UV spectrum analysis, remote sensing, LIBS and process control monitoring.

StellarNet includes SpectraWiz software to immediately enable an array of spectroscopy applications. SpectraWiz also includes drivers with customizable programs for LabVIEW, Visual Basic Automation for Excel, VC and Delphi operating under Win9x/2k/XP.

For more information, visit:; e-mail:

14390 Carlson Circle
Tampa, FL 33626
Phone: (813) 855-8687
Fax:(813) 855-0394


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An instrument for measuring the radiant energy from a source at each wavelength throughout the spectrum. The spectral regions are separated either by calibrated filters or by a calibrated monochromator. The detector is an energy receiver such as a thermocouple or photomultiplier.
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