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Labsphere Inc., PhotonicsRequest Info
HELIOS Uniform Sources from LabsphereLabsphere announces HELIOS® Uniform Sources for Luminance and Radiance, combining the best features of Labsphere’s 35 years of imager calibration expertise.

The Remote Sensing industry is technology-driven with rapidly evolving applications. This growing market relies on innovative hardware and software architectures that can work with existing infrastructures, but this is not a one-size-fits-all industry. Customers require scalable solutions that can meet their individual needs and budgets.

Modular, design-driven systems to meet every remote sensing application and budget. Scalable and rugged solutions for R&D, production, and field applications. Unparalleled built-in characterization and performance. Intelligent components for active system configuration. Delivered with HELIOSense® software built on industry-standard LabVIEW® platform.

Configure a system unique to your testing needs and budget: Dynamic Range systems, Air Mass-Albedo-Sunlight sources, Low Light Level systems, Single and Multi-Lamp Variable systems. Choose the size, light level, spectrum and radiance temperature, field of view, uniformity, aperture size, uncertainty, and radiance to meet your application and the appropriate HELIOS system will be configured.

HELIOS is scalable from basic imager calibration needs up to demanding R&D and satellite community requirements.


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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.
Radiant power per unit source area per unit solid angle. Usually it is expressed in watts/m2/steradian.
remote sensing
Technique that utilizes electromagnetic energy to detect and quantify information about an object that is not in contact with the sensing apparatus.
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