Spectral Irradiance Meters

Konica Minolta presents two irradiance meters of the highest quality suited for your measuring needs. Spectral Irradiance Meters are devices that implement a image and grating sensor in order to achieve the most accurate color data of falling light into the detector’s surface. The SpectraRad ™ is a scaled down Spectral Irradiance Meter created for lab and industrial applications possessing a USB 2.0 interface for optimum computer compatibility. The SpectraRad™ comes equipped with right angle fiber-optically coupled corrective lens and is calibrated against traceable tungsten light sources. A BWSpec™ software for this instrument is provided by Konica Minolta for measurement and characterization of different types of lighting systems and devices. The software features data smoothing, time line recording, illuminance (lux), color temperatures, chromaticity, and externally triggered pulsed light capturing as well as other data handling functions. The Spectral Irradiance Meter is perfect for LED and lamp color analysis, characterization, and other applications. The primary difference between this irradiance meter and the SpectraRad Express™ irradiance meters is that the SpectraRad Express™ lacks TE cooling. The SpectraRad ™ irradiance meter can be configured to purchaser specifications upon request.

Konica Minolta believes in providing the best instruments available to meet your irradiance meter needs. Please compare the devices below to find the ideal irradiance meter for your needs.

CL-500A Illuminance Spectrophotometer

CL-500A Illuminance Spectrophotometer

Konica Minolta introduced the CL-500A as its first lightweight, compact illuminance spectrophotometer. The device is designed to evaluate next generation lamps including EL illumination and LED illumination. The stand alone design and advanced sensors easily measure Color Rendering Index (CRI), chromaticity, color temperature, and illuminance of essentially every light source whether it is in the field or in the lab.


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.