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Array Spectroradiometer

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The CAS 140D array spectroradiometer from Instrument Systems Optische Messtechnik Gmbh is designed for testing larger SSL light sources and luminaires.

Due to its improved optical and mechanical design, the latest instrument is not only more functional, but smaller and easier to integrate into existing measurement environments than previous generations. The automatic accessory identification enables quick and easy changing of a wide range of measurement adapters and ensures that only currently valid calibrations are used, leasing to high process reliability in production and laboratory.

The CAS 140D is suitable as a reference instrument in national calibration laboratories, as well as for the use in continuous production. Together with a wide range of accessories, the array spectrometer turns to a system solution for nearly every possible spectroradiometrical and photometrical measuring task.

Photonics Spectra
Dec 2017

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