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Portable Spectroradiometer

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HERRSCHING, Germany, April 22, 2022 — Portable SpectroradiometerThe Spectral Evolution NaturaSpec Portable Spectroradiometer from Sphere Optics GmbH is specifically designed for field work.

It features a spectral range of 350 to 2500 nm and three high-density photodiode array detectors: a 1024-element UV-enhanced silicon array for 350 to 1000 nm; a 512-element extended InGaAs photodiode array for 1000 to 1900 nm; and a 512-element extended InGaAs photodiode array for 1900 to 2500 nm. The unit is lightweight and runs off a 100- to 240-V alternating current, universal 50- to 60-Hz power supply or lithium-ion batteries.

Applications include vegetation studies, species identification, environmental research, soil analysis, mapping and profiling, remote sensing, solar radiance and irradiance, research lab use, and more.


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Apr 2022
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