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UDS-1100 Field Spectroradiometer
Jun 2014
Spectral Evolution Inc.Request Info
LAWRENCE, Mass., June 19, 2014 — Made to simultaneously capture and plot upwelling and downwelling radiation in the 320- to 1100-nm range, the UDS-1100 field spectroradiometer from Spectral Evolution is offered as a field unit or standalone configuration.

The device uses a single, 512-element photo diode array and has a 4-degree, weatherproof field-of-view lens for upwelling radiance data and an integrated diffuser receptor for downwelling irradiance. The UDS-1100 is NIST-calibrated and available in a NEMA enclosure for field installation.

Applications include the study of soil, crops, vegetation, forest canopies, water bodies, snow, and ice and meteorology, among others.


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A device used to scatter or disperse light emitted from a source, usually by the process of diffuse transmission.
A two-electrode device with an anode and a cathode that passes current in only one direction. It may be designed as an electron tube or as a semiconductor device.
1. In raster scan television, one of the two scans that are interlaced to make up a frame. 2. See field of view.
Radiant flux incident per unit area of a surface. Also called radiant flux density.
Radiant power per unit source area per unit solid angle. Usually it is expressed in watts/m2/steradian.
The emission and/or propagation of energy through space or through a medium in the form of either waves or corpuscular emission.
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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