For measurement of the makeup of the light spectum
The Apogee cosine-corrected head provides NIST-traceable spectroradiometric measurements of photosynthetic photon flux in µmol m-2 s-1, irradiance in W m-2, and illuminance in LUX.
The detector collects light for the spectroradiometer via fiber-optic cable. The spectroradiometer then transmits its measurements to a PC where custom software (included) displays the spectrum of the light source. Live data can be saved as a data file suitable for work in other programs, such as Excel or SigmaPlot.
PS-200 (PAR/NIR) - 350 to 1000 nm
PS-100 (UV/PAR) - 300 to 850 nm
PS-300 (UV/NIR) - 300 to 1000 nm
All Models Include
Calibration to an NIST-traceable lamp
Cosine corrected head with leveling plate
Two meters of fiber optic cable
Rechargeable battery package
USB2 cable for connection to laptop
Detector: 2048 pixel 14 µm x 200 µm microelement array
Dynamic Range: 1 to 4096 counts (± 0.5%)
Signal to noise ratio(S/N): Up to 1000:1
Linear Range: 0 - 2.1 absorbance units (< 0.5%)
Exposure Range: 4 milliseconds to 60 seconds (synoptic multi-channel)
Power Requirements: 220-250 milliamps at +5 volts DC (provided)
Optical Cable: 2 meters armored cable with a 400 µm diameter fiber optic.