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Remote Spectral Detector

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Remote Spectral DetectorThe CSS-45 remote spectral detector from Gigahertz-Optik incorporates a powerful microprocessor that performs data acquisition and all necessary lighting calculations. 

Both USB 2.0 and RS 485 interfaces are standard, enabling the flexible configuration of single and multidetector-based systems. An optional software development kit supports integration into third-party application software. With a wide spectral range from 360 to 830 nm, the CSS-45 is ideal, for example, as a high accuracy photometric and colorimetric detector. An optical bandwidth correction feature further improves the quality of the spectral measurement data. Manual and auto gain settings enable a wide measurement from 1 to 350,000 lx for illuminance and color measurements. 

The robust housing and its connectors are splash proof, and therefore suitable for use in industrial applications.

Photonics Spectra
May 2018

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