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Optronic Laboratories Integrating Spheres

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Optronic Laboratories Integrating Spheres

Optronic Laboratories Integrating Spheres

A range of sizes and configurations for any application

Optronic Laboratories

 

 

Optronic Laboratories has manufactured integrating spheres for over 25 years. Due in part to their extensive interaction with solving our customers’ most difficult requirements, in addition to the decades of experience and knowledge of their staff, they offer a range of sphere sizes with a multitude of baffle and port configurations, and as well as sphere coatings for applications in the UV through to IR wavelength ranges.  

 

Irradiance and illuminance measurements

  • Near-perfect cosine response
  • Wide wavelength range - OptolonTM, PTFE and gold coatings
  • A wide range of sizes, specifically from 1" to 39"
  • Both standard and also custom designs

Total Flux Measurements

  • External and internal lamp mounting geometries
  • Wide wavelength range - OptolonTM, PTFE and gold coatings
  • Fully optimised designs so that customer requirements are met
  • Auxillary lamps included particularly for highest accuracies
  • A wide range of sizes - from 4" to 39"
  • Washable coating on larger spheres
  • Standard and also custom designs

Calibration Sources Diffuse Reflectance/Transmittance Measurements

  • A wide range of accessories available for overall design
  • Direct interface to instruments or via fibre optics
  • Dual beam construction for the purpose of obtaining the highest accuracies
  • Radiance, luminance, irradiance, illuminance calibrations
  • High light level to extremely low light level
  • Manual adjsutment or fully automated in order to match specific applications
  • NIST-traceable
  • Uniform

For further information please contact us or download the datasheet - Large Integrating Spheres, 18" Integrating Sphere, UIS Universal Integrating Spheres

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