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Light-Measurement System

Photonics Spectra
Mar 2010
Ocean Optics Inc.Request Info
 
For spectroradiometric analysis of LEDs, lamps, flat panel displays, solar radiation and other radiant sources, Ocean Optics Inc. has released the Jaz-ULM-200. Jaz is a family of stackable components that share common electronics and communications and are configurable for various applications. Included is a CCD array spectrometer and a microprocessor with an onboard display. Users can capture, process and store full spectra without a PC. The irradiance measurement software, stored on an SD card, collects full spectral irradiance information from the selected light source, and the data is postprocessed to yield intensity parameters, including W/cm2, lumens, lux and photosynthetically active radiation. An included Ethernet module stores data and enables users to connect to the Jaz unit via the Internet for remote measurements. A rechargeable lithium-ion battery module provides portability, and a mounting fixture enables orienting the Jaz stack horizontally for hands-free operation.


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GLOSSARY
solar radiation
Radiation from the sun that is made up of a very wide range of wavelengths, from the long infrared to the short ultraviolet with its greatest intensity in the visible green at about 5000 Å. The solar radiation the earth receives is more restricted, generally to the visible and near-infrared, as the air strongly absorbs the wavelengths located at either end of the spectrum.
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