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SAN DIEGO, April 24, 2019 — Photometric SensorsThe UDT Series of Photometric Sensors from Gamma Scientific Inc. features integral, proprietary photometric filters that deliver CIE V(λ)Function f1’ performance of <1 percent to precisely match the response of the human eye.

The range includes sensor heads for the measurement of diffuse light, miniature and low-profile units, thermoelectrically cooled devices, and fixed field-of-view solutions. The various sensor configurations allow for the measurement of luminous flux, illuminance, luminous intensity, and luminance. Calibration units include nit (cd/m2), lumens, lux, cd, and foot-lamberts.
Apr 2019

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