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SpectroradiometerThe GS-1290-NVIS Spectroradiometer from Gamma Scientific Inc. is a high-speed device that combines the sensitivity of backside-thinned CCD detector technology with a resolution of 0.6 nm per pixel and the RadOMAcam radiometric telescope.

The GS-1290-NVIS is configured for testing night vision displays and associated lighting, while exceeding the requirements outlined in MIL-L-85762A and MIL-STD-3009. Six different field-of-view apertures from 0.1° to 5° allow the device to measure a wide variety of spot sizes. A standard system covers the 360- to 930-nm wavelength range. Pass/fail results are quickly calculated using LightTouch NVIS software.

Photonics Spectra
Apr 2020

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