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  • Permaflect II Diffuse Coatings

Labsphere Inc., PhotonicsRequest Info
Permaflect II from LabsphereLabsphere, Inc. has released its newest diffuse reflectance coating, Permaflect II, to augment the well-established product line of Diffuse Reflectance Materials and Coatings which includes award-winning Spectralon®, industry-leader Spectraflect® and Infragold®.

Labsphere’s Permaflect II proprietary near Lambertian white and grey reflectance coatings are engineered for use in applications where hostile environments, weathering, and wear may affect typical reflectance coatings. Tailorable reflectances range from 5% to 94%. Reflectance and BRDF data are available at

In addition to providing Permaflect II as an option for coated components, Labsphere offers Permaflect II Diffuse Reflectance Targets in a wide range of sizes. These targets are a superior option to paper and paint in a broad range of ambient conditions.

Specific applications where Permaflect II coatings and targets are recommended include:

   •  Photographic gray cards

   •  Light Measurement Integrating Spheres

   •  Proximity Sensor Calibration

   •  Light/Sensor Compensation

   •  Machine Vision

   •  Camera Noise Correction

   •  Medical Imager Calibration

   •  VIS-NIR Applications in Hostile Environments

Labsphere provides innovative solutions for a wide range of applications including LED/SSL lighting, remote sensing, imager/consumer camera, automotive, defense and security, health and biomedical optics to both Production and Research environments.


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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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