Système d'analyse de flux spectral et couleur, sphère intégrante de 1m, spectromètre BTS-2048-VL

Numéro de référence fabricant :

BTS2048-VL + ISD-100HF-V06

Fabricant Gigahertz Optik

Gigahertz Optik

Description :

The BTS2048-VL + ISD-100HFT is light meter for measurement of the luminous flux and light color of 2π and 4π light fixtures inside a sphere. The special feature of the ISD-100HFT integrating sphere is that the lamps can be rotated with the sphere. This makes it possible to examine the thermal effects when the lamps are operated from a hanging, lying and standing position. The integrating sphere has a 100cm diameter, a hemispherical shell for opening and closing and an auxiliary lamp. The BTS2048-VL light meter enables precise measurement of the luminous flux, spectral radiant power, color temperature, Ra and R1 to R15 color rendering index, xy and u'v' chromaticity coordinates and XYZ color values.

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  • BTS2048-VL with ISD-100HF-V06: Measurement system for luminous flux, luminous color and luminous spectrum
  • Luminous flux: 1E-3 - 4E6 lm
  • Spectral radiant power: 2E-6 - 2E4 W/nm
  • Color temperature: 1700 -17000 K
  • Spectral radiant power responsivity: 350 - 1000 nm
  • Input diffuser with cosine corrected field of view (f2 < 3 %)
  • Interfaces: USB V2.0, Ethernet (LAN UDP protocol), RS232, RS485
  • Spectral range: 280 -1050 nm
  • Optical bandwidth: 2 nm
  • Input optics ISD-100HF-V06: Integrating sphere with 1 m diameter. One of the hemispheres for opening. Auxiliary lamp with 100 W diffuse bulb quartz-halogen lamp, Height adjustable sample holder with connection for lamp power supply and voltage measurement
  • Operating temperature range: 10°C to 30°C
  • Benefits

    Photometric and Colorimetric Measurement Capabilities:
  • Illuminance (lx)
  • Luminous intensity (cd)
  • Color temperature
  • Color Rendering Index
  • Color coordinates
  • Irradiance (W/m²)
  • Spectral irradiance (W/m² nm)
  • Radiant intensity (W/sr)
  • Spectral radiant intensity (W/sr nm)