GL Optic’s Spectis 5.0 Touch optical spectrometer has taken the configurability and precision of portable light measurement devices to a whole new level.
To date, this level of radiometric and photometric precision was possible only in high-end laboratory systems. Now, with the help of this advanced spectral light measurement instrument, users can obtain laboratory-grade data on the go.
The light spectrometers available from GL Optic are individually calibrated to provide fast and accurate results. Options are available to include the company’s industry-leading Spectrosoft Analysis suite for superior analysis and reporting.
Using a single sensor, this genuinely exclusive LED spectrometer can be easily configured to cover a longer spectral range, from UV to NIR. The spectrometer can be calibrated to enable complete measurements from 200 to 1050 nm.
The spectrometer has a practical design that helps in performing a variety of measurements for a number of applications. These include lab precision VIS range LED lamps evaluation, UV measurements in Photobiological Safety tests, and IR range tests of LEDs in medical applications, to name a few. The Spectis 5.0 optical spectrometer is designed to meet all the requirements of users.
Global Standard Accuracy
The Spectis 5.0 touch optical light meter includes Hamamatsu’s large lab-grade back-thinned CCD sensor, providing exceptional stability over long exposure times. Calibration of the device is done using reference standards, which can be traced to National laboratories and validated by the globally approved factory calibration.
In addition, electronic dark current levels are automatically tracked with smart compensation for any drift caused by temperature changes.
The latest photonics technology is integrated into the Spectis 5.0 portable spectroradiometer to offer a precise, practical, and easy-to-use tool for lighting professionals.
When users are faced with challenging measurement applications beyond the laboratory settings or need instant reliable results, this completely self-contained optical spectrometer provides the perfect solution. Users can simply connect to a computer for use in production, in the laboratory, or in other industrial sites where several optical radiations, including light, need to be determined.
With the global design and concept of the Spectis 5.0 Touch instrument, users can easily expand their measurement systems by incorporating one of the integrating spheres or extra accessories available from GL Optic.
Irradiance can also be measured using standard fiber-optic probes or a diffuser. Moreover, users can connect to spheres for flux measurement, or they can integrate the instrument with radiance/luminance telescope for specialized assessment of quality and hazards.
Self-Contained Optical Spectrometer—GL Spectis 5.0 Touch
Horticulture and Photobiological Safety
Medical and Scientific Light