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Reflectometer Measurement SystemGamma Scientific Inc. has announced the Dual Angle Reflectance Measurement System, delivering high-speed, automated reflectance measurements of glass for display and architectural uses.

Designed for use in a production setting, the reflectometer system provides ±0.05 percent accuracy and includes built-in second surface reflection suppression that can eliminate measurement errors on glass as thin as 0.3 mm. Built-in self-calibration enables the system to consistently produce high-accuracy data, even when being used by untrained personnel in harsh environments.

The Dual Angle Reflectance Measurement System comprises two optical heads and spectrometers, all housed in a dark enclosure that enables measurements in high-ambient light production environments. It obtains simultaneous reflectance measurements at both 10° and 45° incidence angles over the entire 380- to 1100-nm spectral range.

Photonics Spectra
Oct 2016

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