(DISCONTINUED) Soma Spectroradiometer
You can use spectroradiometers to measure the light output of a solar simulators. The instruments are also used to measure spectral irradiance and spectral match to illuminance and standard.
A Soma spectroradiometer measures a solar simulator’s spectral irradiance accurately, using ASTM and JIS standards to determine the solar simulator classification.
The Soma spectroradiometer accurately measures light properties, specifically sunlight spectral irradiance. Light source is tested and measured as a Soma spectroradiometer, solar simulator and included software are used conjunctly.
The design of the Soma spectroradiometer utilizes a top level efficient diffraction grating spectrometer. Models S-2441C/2442C use a trigger collector to measure pulse-style solar simulators. Compact and inexpensive, the top performance Soma spectroradiometer is ideal for every user.
Features of the Soma S-2440C/2441C are a 300~1,100nm wavelength, 2.5~1,000msec time exposure and 5nm resolution. With Model S-2442C exposure time is decreased to 1~1,000msec. Operating off Windows 2000/XP/Vista (32bit), the Soma has JIS and ASTM output calculations and spectral irradiance.
The Soma Spectroradiometers can measure pulse-type, as well as non-pulse-type, solar simulators.
Ideal for all users
The Soma Spectroradiometers are inexpensive and compact.
The Soma Spectroradiometers provide quick measurements.
The Soma Spectroradiometers calculate adherence to the ASTM and JIS standards.
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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