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Labsphere.jpgLabsphere Inc. has launched the SC 6000, a programmable radiometer and photometer that allows for up to 100 programmed calibrations. The system controller enables users to create, upgrade or expand a calibration in minutes using a variety of interchangeable detector assemblies, integrating spheres, light sources and power supplies. Programmed to monitor luminous and radiant flux, luminance, radiance, intensity, illuminance and irradiance, the instrument is suitable for controlling calibration systems, for photometric and radiometric monitoring of camera calibration systems, for photometry and for lamp laser power measurement. It is compatible with Si, Ge, InGaAs and other photovoltaic detectors.

Nov 2007

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