A spectroradiometer is a device that measures the intensity of light as a function of wavelength. The LS-100 Spectroradiometer, specifically, is a high-performance spectroradiometer that is designed for use in a wide range of applications, including research and development, quality control, and calibration.
The LS-100 features a high-resolution grating spectrometer with a wide measurement range from 350 – 1100 nm. It can take high-accuracy measurements of both spectral radiance and spectral irradiance, and it has a high signal-to-noise ratio, allowing for accurate measurements of weak signals.
The LS-100 is also highly configurable, with a variety of options available for different measurement scenarios. For example, it can be configured with a variety of optical detectors, including photomultiplier tubes, silicon photodiodes, and thermopile detectors, depending on the application. Additionally, it can be configured with different types of optical inputs, such as a fiber-optic probe, a cosine receptor, or a collimator, depending on the measurement requirements.
In terms of its functionality the LS-100 can be controlled through USB or RS-232 interface, it can also be controlled remotely with an Ethernet interface or via a web browser. It also features an open-source software, it means that it allows users to integrate the device into their own systems and software applications with ease.
The LS-100 is designed to be rugged and reliable, making it suitable for use in a wide range of environments, including laboratory and field settings. It’s compact size and portability makes it easy to use and transport.
The LS-100 Spectroradiometer is a versatile and powerful tool for measuring the intensity of light across a wide range of wavelengths, making it an ideal choice for researchers and professionals in a variety of fields. With its high accuracy, high resolution, and wide measurement range, it is well suited for a wide range of applications, including research and development, quality control, and calibration.
The LS-100 Spectroradiometer is designed to measure the spectral irradiance of artificial light sources such as solar simulators used for solar cell research and evaluation. It can calculate spectral coincidence (JIS C 8912), integrated irradiance in a specified spectral range, and the difference and ratio compared to standardized data.
Solar simulator spectroradiometer LS-100 is developed for the spectral irradiance measurements of the solar simulator, which is mainly used for the evaluation of photovoltaic cells. The compact grating spectrometer is integrated into the body to measure spectral irradiance by using a photodiode array. The obtained data is downloaded to the PC, and the spectral irradiance is calculated by the attached software. Attached software 1) compares the obtained data with the Reference solar radiation at AM1.5 provided by JIS C 8941, 2) calculates the cumulative spectral irradiance in the specified wavelength, JIS C8912 spectral mismatch, and the deference/ratio comparing to the Reference data.
The LS-100 is compact, easy to operate, and calibrated against a NIST-traceable standard lamp. It can be controlled via PC with an RS232C cable, so that data can be automatically obtained using the operating software. The measurement and analysis software also offers advanced functions to support data processing.
Application and features of LS-100 Spectroradiometer:
|✅ Solar cell research and evaluation
|✅ Compact, lightweight and easy to use
✅ Calibrated against a NIST-traceable standard lamp