Spectrometric handheld camera for reflectance and irradiance measurements.
Spectrometers with quality certificate, build to last, sustainable.
Spectrometric handheld camera with integrated light source for reflectance and irradiance measurements.
Spectrometric handheld camera with integrated light source for reflectance and irradiance measurements. Integrated battery and OLED display. Fully autonomous.
Spectrometric handheld sensor, plug and play with USB and any operating system.
Are your glasses really UV protected? UV light can be really dangerous for the eyes. According to multiple studies, UV rays were linked to eye damage, such as cataracts, macular degeneration, pingueculae, pterygia, and photokeratitis, that can eventually lead to a temporary loss of vision. UV light can be broken into three wavelength ranges:
UVA 315–400 nm UVB 280–315 nm UVC 100–280 nm Extreme UV 10 – 120 nm Most of the sunglasses claim to have UV 400, in other words, 100% protection against UV light.
Rugged Spectrometers for Space and Stratospheric missions In 2014, two of the spectrometers have been launched from International Space Station onboard two Ardusat cubesats, each weighing only 1 kg, with dimensions of 10cm cubed. Before the mission, multiple tests on stratoshperic balloons have proven ultimate reliability and build quality of the spectrometers.
The scientific, public and private missions focused on sun irradiance, albedo and earth surface measurements. Currently, we offer the lightest spectrometers for unmanned aerial and space vehicles in the world.
Fully open source software for our line of spectrometers.
Open-Source Lab; How to Build Your Own Hardware and Reduce Scientific Research Costs details the development of the free and open-source hardware revolution.