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  • Radiometer/Photometer
May 2010
Spectronics Corp., SpectrolineRequest Info
WESTBURY, N.Y., May 11, 2010 — Spectronics Corp. has introduced the AccuMax series of digital radiometers/photometers, which provide accurate readouts for UV irradiance, visible illuminance and luminance light readings. The readout units are specially calibrated for use with a full line of interchangeable sensor detectors.

When equipped with a sensor detector, the readout unit can satisfy nearly any laboratory or life sciences application, including fluorescence inspection and UV dosing. Single-wavelength sensor detectors are available in both standard range and extended range.

The standard range provides UV readings from microwatts to milliwatts, and the extended range provides measurements from millwatts to watts. All sensors are suitable for checking the intensities of fluorescent UV tubes and high-intensity discharge UV bulbs.

The meters are microprocessor-controlled with software-driven functions. The readout unit has user-customized settings to work with a wide variety of interchangeable sensor detectors.

All detectors can be conveniently connected directly to the readout unit or by a standard USB cable. Powered by two included 9-V alkaline batteries, the readout unit is lightweight and portable and has a large, easy-to-read LCD screen.


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Luminous flux emitted from a surface per unit solid angle per unit of area, projected onto a plane normal to the direction of propagation. Also known as brightness and luminous sterance.
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