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  • Spectroradiometer System
Apr 2010
StellarNet Inc.Request Info
TAMPA, Fla., April 13, 2010 — Designed to characterize and evaluate light emissions according to industry standards used for solar simulators, a new spectroradiometer system from StellarNet Inc. is a complete NIST-traceable system comprising a portable UV-VIS-NIR fiber optic spectrometer and a fiber light receptor.

The SpectraWiz software now includes a new solar match panel that is part of the “light monitor” application, used to characterize and classify light emissions for solar simulators. The “solar match monitor” application calculates spectral irradiance for each 100-nm bin from 400 to 1100 nm and compares the results to the ideal percent for each bin range per IEC/JIS/ASTM. The proximity of the measured data to the ideal values results in classification of the solar simulator lamp from A through D. The light monitor also measures UVA/B/C regions below 400 nm using both US and European standards.

SpectraWiz also includes a multitude of radiometric and spectral analysis tools and calculations. User-customizable SpectraWiz LabView programs and Excel programs for operation from Visual Basic Automation are included with every system.

The company’s rugged miniature spectrometer system is designed with permanent alignment and no moving parts for shock-proof and portable reliability. Plug-and-play USB-2 connection and powering options allow for ultimate measurement flexibility in any testing environment.

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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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