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ILT2400 Optometer with TouchScreen

International Light Technologies, Gilway & International Light Divs.Request Info
 
ILT2400 Optometer with TouchScreenILT is proud to announce the release of the NEW ILT2400 Hand Held Optical Meter with Touch Screen Display and 4 GB of internal memory. ILT's ILT2400 replaces the ILT1400 light meter with improvements including: ability to capture a flash peak as brief as 100µS and store up to 16 readings per second, expanded 8 decade dynamic measurement range of light intensities, and a compact, ergonomic design.

The 4.3”VGA capacitive touch screen color display offers a 90° flip screen for both Landscape and Portrait viewing. The software allows the user to select the display format including: Meter with large numerical readout and user control of digits of resolution, Trend which adds a bar or line graph plotting readings over time, and Cloak which sets the majority of the display screen as a dark save sample button to facilitate measurements in low light level conditions.

System configurations are based on the ILT1700 & ILT1400 optical measurement systems. The ILT2400 is backwards compatible with the ILT1700 “D” type sensors, as well as all of ILT's vast supporting filters, optics, integrating spheres and ISO 17025/NIST traceable calibrations.

ILT manufactures the ILT24000 and DataLight II in the USA at ILT's Peabody, MA facility which allows ILT to rapidly customize system components to meet the needs of our customers and OEMs. Datalight II software apps are available for Windows 7, 8 and 10.

Systems include ILT2400, carrying case, software and customer configured detector/filter/optic and calibration. ILT2400 optical measurement systems allow direct reading in the appropriate empirical units including; lux, foot-candles, candela, lumens, watts, W/cm2, cd/m2, foot-lamberts, nits etc.

The ILT2400 supports optical measurement applications including, but not limited to; Radiometry, Photometry, Research, Light Intensity, Radiance/Luminance, Brightness, UVGI- Sterilization, Solar, Photoresist, Curing, 3D Printer, Lithography, Optical Radiation Hazard, Phototherapy-medical, Photo-degradation, PPD/PPFD - Plant Growth etc.


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GLOSSARY
radiometer
A device used to measure the intensity of radiant energy.  
optometer
An instrument designed to measure the refractive power and range of accommodation of the eye. See ophthalmic instruments.
illuminance
Luminous flux incident per unit area of a surface; luminous incidence. (The use of the term "illumination" for this quantity conflicts with its more general meaning.)
photometer
A device used to compare the luminous intensities of two sources by comparing the illuminance they produce.
light meter
Any device that is used to sense and measure light. See exposure meter; photoelectric exposure meter; photoelectric photometer; reflected light meter.
radiance
Radiant power per unit source area per unit solid angle. Usually it is expressed in watts/m2/steradian.
luminance
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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