The HLMS-200P is an easy-to-use, precision photometric instrument designed for use in the field, laboratory or on the production floor.
The HLMS-200P instrument measures luminous flux from sources such as LED
The HLMS-200P is compact, lightweight, and rugged with a handle-grip enclosure and a built-in microprocessor that performs several functions at the touch of a button.
Data is instantly displayed on an easy-to-read 4-digit front panel LCD display. Simple push button controls are easily accessible and clearly labelled on the front panel. The instrument is powered by a 9V battery and is calibrated to display lumens.
These General Purpose Spheres provide greater configuration flexibility than ever before. Clients can choose spheres by selecting size, ports and reflectance material. The addition of a wide range of interchangeable accessories including light sources, assemblies, port reducers and more allows for an endless number of application solutions.
This flexibility allows customers to create a uniform source or light measurement system, or modify an existing system in a matter of minutes. A variety of system calibration options enable systems to be customised for application specific tasks.
Labsphere's sphere design features sturdy port frames, easy access mounting options and quick-change accessory options meeting a multitude of requirements. Their dedicated Calibration Lab provides calibration options to ensure systems are customised to meet specific application requirements. Clicking on the system software recalibrates as components are changed.
These spheres are offered with Spectraflect®, Spectralon® or Infragold® coating which combines a highly reflective surface with nearly perfect Lambertian reflectance. Both durable and highly stable over time, these coatings ensure optimal integration of light over the lifetime of your sphere.
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Warsash Scientific offer a series of integrating sphere assemblies featuring magnesium fluoride over aluminium (MgF-Al) coating process. The DUV
The sphere assemblies are provided with M4 or M6 (or 1/4-20) centre mount plates for easy mounting to an optical bench. A selection of optional mounting posts and bases are available.
Aluminium has a high intrinsic reflectance value in the UV
The coating has a reflectance of >90% over the wavelength region from 1000 to 2500nm, and may also be used effectively for many Vis
Warsash Scientific and Labsphere provide detailed information on the care and handling of the DUV spheres to help extend their lifetime and to ensure you get accurate, repeatable measurement results.
Independent of beam geometry and without the need for auxiliary optics, Laser Power Measurement Spheres are ideal for collecting the total radiant power emitted by highly divergent sources, such as laser diodes as well as a collimated laser beam. Accurate, repeatable measurements may be performed quickly and easily without painstaking positioning and alignment procedures. Integrating sphere measurements of laser power also eliminate polarisation effects often associated with filter attenuation techniques.
The liquid-cooled Laser Power Measurement Spheres include three sizes of liquid cooled integrating spheres designed for performing power measurements of high power pulsed and continuous wave lasers. Coated with Infragold® High Reflectance Coating for measurements over the 700nm — 20µm wavelength range, the liquid-cooled design can handle a maximum power density of 2kw/cm2 (CW for 1 second exposure at 10.6µm) while greatly reducing the self-emission that would result from an un-cooled sphere.
Laser Power Measurement Spheres are offered for applications in the wavelength regions from UV-Vis-NIR
Reflectance/Transmittance Sphere Assemblies constitute one of the most basic reflectance measurement products and can be used to measure the reflectance or transmittance of a wide variety of sample mediums. Offered in two standard designs, each sphere is available in one of two reflective coatings; Spectraflect®, a highly diffuse reflective coating effective over the 300 - 2400nm range and Infragold®, designed for use in the 0.7 - 20µm wavelength range.
The Reflectance/Transmittance Spheres feature five 25mm (1") diameter ports to accommodate sample and reference beams necessary for a 9° double beam geometry, as well as port plugs required for 9° single beam geometry. A 13mm (0.5") detector port is located at the top of the sphere. A specular light trap is included for specular subtraction methods.
The RSA-FO-150 fibre optic Reflectance Sphere Accessory is an inexpensive alternative to reflectance spectroscopy using a conventional UV