Sphère intégrante de 100cm pour mesure de flux de lampes non-directives

Numéro de référence fabricant :

ISD-100HF-VL

Fabricant Gigahertz Optik

Gigahertz Optik

Description :

The ISD-100HF-VL integrating sphere measurement head for luminous flux of 4π radiators in lumen (lm). The ISD-100HF-VL integrating sphere feature one hemispherical shell opening for test lamp operations in the integrating sphere, and height adjustable test holder. ISD-100HF-VL integrating sphere is supplied with barium sulfate coating with an internal diameter of 1000 mm, and an auxiliary lamp. Detector with photometric-matched spectral responsivity corresponding to the DIN 5032 quality class B. Calibration certificate conforming to the ISO 17025 specifications is provide.

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    Features

  • Sphere Size: 1m
  • Coating: ODP97
  • Spectral Function: V(λ), f1 ≤ 5%
  • Typical Responsivity: 500pA/lm
  • Max Flux in Im Peak/CW: 2000000
  • Imax: 1mA
  • Operating Temperature: 5-40°C
  • Benefits

  • Integrating sphere measurement head for luminous flux of 4π radiators in lumen (lm)
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