Featured Products

Aries Spectroradiometer – COMING SOON!

We are proud to introduce our next generation spectroradiometer, the Aries. Based on the proven design and performance of the OL 770, the Aries offers an array of enhanced capabilities, including WiFi and Ethernet connectivity for easy integration into production environments. With a fully featured Lua based software package, users can easily create custom calculations or modify existing ones and with calculations being performed at the processor level, cycle times are drastically reduced. The Aries comes standard with an internal automated filter wheel, which allows for increased dynamic range of up to seven orders of magnitude. Also included are an internal reference source and wavelength check source in one compact, portable enclosure. Available wavelength ranges are 200-780nm (UV/VIS), 380-780nm (VIS), 380-930 (NVIS), 380-1100nm (VIS/NIR), and 850-1700nm (NIR).

OL 459 Tunable LED Source

The OL 459 is a state-of-the-art tunable LED source, designed for replica of spectra to enable calibration of cameras and other optical instruments.  It features five individually tunable channels, an integrated monitor detector, and a highly uniform output exit port.  Controlling the source is easy using the provided software or the convenient control panel with display.

Fast Imaging Photometer

The FIP is a photometrically calibrated camera capable of high speed, full frame measurements. The compact and portable design makes it perfect for both assembly lines and portable field measurements.  Multiple lenses and filter options allow you to customize the product for your needs.

 

 

 

 

 

 

MANTIS Imaging Colorimter/ Photometer

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The MANTIS Imaging Colorimeter/ Photometer delivers ultra-fast high resolution spatially resolved measurements of luminance, chromaticity, and color temperature. It’s compact, rugged and ideal for full field measurements of automotive and aerospace lighting and displays in high speed production test environments.

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