Spectroradiometer characterizes UV light sources in 1-30 sec.
Press Release Summary:
Multi-channel, CCD-based Model IL RPS-200 features cosine receptor for irradiance measurements and 24Â° viewing angle for radiance measurements. Hand-held, NIST-traceable unit covers 200-500 nm range with 5 nm resolution. Providing true laptop portability, instrument is powered from standard USB digital interface and uses WindowsÂ®-compatible software. Applications include UV curing, solar simulation, and photo-stability testing.
Original Press Release:
Hand-Held Spectroradiometer Characterizes UV Light Sources Fast
A new, NIST traceable, portable spectroradiometer for the characterization of UV light sources including those used in UV curing, solar simulation, photo-stability testing, museum lighting, and related applications is being introduced by International Light, Inc. of Newburyport, Massachusetts.
The IL RPS-200 UV Spectroradiometer is a hand-held CCD-based, multi-channel instrument that can provide rapid evaluation of UV sources and emissions within 1 to 30 seconds; typical. Featuring an efficient cosine receptor for irradiance measurements and a 24 degree viewing angle for radiance measurements, this portable spectroradiometer covers a range from 200 to 500nm with 5nm resolution.
Providing true laptop portability, without requiring an external power source, the IL RPS-200 UV Spectroradiometer is powered from a standard USB digital interface. Complete Windows® compatible software offers integrated measurements for UVA, UVB, and UVC which are all NIST traceable.
The IL RPS-200 UV Spectroradiometer sells for $8,495.00 complete. Literature is available upon request.
For more information contact:
International Light, Inc.
Roy E. Grayzel, VP Sales & Marketing
17 Graf Rd.
Newburyport, MA 01950
(978) 465-5923 FAX (978) 462-0759