Ocean Optics spectrometers and accessories can be configured easily into small-footprint systems for measuring the absolute or relative irradiance of many different light sources.
Our modular concept allows users to configure spectrometers for photometric measurements or to combine spectrometers with light collection accessories such as integrating spheres and cosine correctors for spectroradiometric analysis. Our offering falls into three primary categories:
Measure the absolute or relative irradiance of incandescent lights, gas-discharge lamps and other sources.
Configure setups for characterizing tunable laser wavelength, laser bandwidth and laser line width.
Use our spectrometers and software to determine absolute spectral intensity values (in watts, joules, lumens or candela), color parameters (including X, Y, Z and L*, a*, b*), and features such as dominant wavelength, peak wavelength, centroid and FWHM.
Contact an Applications Scientist for assistance in configuring the best system for your light measurement application.
Miniature Spectrometers for Narrowband Laser Characterization
Wide range of options for absolute and relative irradiance measurements.
Small-footprint, high-resolution spectrometers for laser wavelengths from 200-2500 nm.
Configure your own setups for color, power and spectral intensity measurements.