Sphère intégrante précise, diamètre 100mm, 0° et réflexion +8°/-8°

Numéro de référence fabricant :

UPK-100-F

Fabricant Gigahertz Optik

Gigahertz Optik

Description :

The UPK-100-F integrating sphere with ODM98 coating1) is designed for universal use in light intensity, reflectance and transmittance measurement applications. The 100mm diameter integrating sphere with 15mm diameter measurement and three auxiliary ports in +/- 8° and 0° orientation to the measurement port offers high light throughput required in light sensitive applications within the spectral range from 250nm to 2500nm. The auxiliary ports can be covered with ODM98 coated port plugs when not in use. Its unique collar baffle design greatly avoids direct illumination of the detector port from the light input port in a conventional 90° port position sphere design.

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    Features

  • Sphere Coating: ODM98
  • Sphere Diameter: 100mm
  • Spectral range: 250nm to 2500nm
  • Measurement Port: Diameter 15mm
  • +/- 8° Ports Diameter : 10mm ( Supplied with ODM98 coated plugs)
  • Benefits

  • Typical application set-ups are for an integrating sphere light source, light intensity detection, transmittance, reflectance and photoluminescence
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Type de mesure Transmission/Reflection  

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Diamètre Port d'entrée (mm) 10 to 20  
Diamètre Sphère (mm) 100  
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