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  • SR-1100-TE Spectroradiometer
Aug 2013
Spectral Evolution Inc.Request Info
LAWRENCE, Mass., Aug. 20, 2013 — Spectral Evolution’s SR-1100-TE spectroradiometer has a 320- to 1100-nm spectral range designed for radiometric calibration transfer involving satellite sensors and integrated spheres.

The device features a 512-element TE-cooled silicon photodiode array with temperature control across a wide range of environments, as well as auto-temperature control at ambient temperatures of 15 to 40 °C. It also offers a minimum scan speed of 100 ms, a spectral resolution of <3.2 nm and a sampling bandwidth of 1.5 nm.

The spectroradiometer features diffraction-based optics, auto dark current shutter and auto exposure for one-touch operation, as well as a fixed metal-clad fiber optic cable with SMA-905 input and removable fiber.

Equipped with DARWin SP data acquisition software, the device can store data as ASCII files to be used with third party analysis software as well as calculate integrated radiance and irradiance for an active spectrum over a user-adjustable wavelength band.


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diffractive optics
Optical elements that use diffraction to control wavefronts. Diffractive optical elements include diffraction gratings, surface-relief diffractive lenses, holographic optical elements and computer-generated holograms. Fabrication methods include diamond machining, interference of coherent beams (holography), injection molding and advanced microlithographic techniques. See also binary optics; holographic optical element.
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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