International Light ILT560 Spectroradiometer
With budget conscious customers in mind, ILT is happy to announce the introduction of the new ILT560 Spectroradiometer.
The ILT560 Spectroradiometer can be used with all the ILT950 accessories, including the R4 right angle adapter, mini and standard diffusers, fibre optics, 2 and 5 inch integrating spheres. This combined with the new software features included in our powerful SpectrILight III makes the ILT560 Spectroradiometer an excellent low cost spectrometer option.
The ILT560 is nearly half the cost of the ILT950 Spectroradiometer, but is still packed with great features and options.
SOFTWARE PROVIDED WITH THE ILT560
SpectrILight™ III is a LabView™ based software package for Windows that allows you to acquire spectral and color data. Analysis of the data is now calculated instantly within the same program – no exporting required!
The NEW version of SpectrILight™ III has additional calculations for metamerism, and 2 and 20 degree observer. The new Overlay feature allows the user to compare the base reading to current readings. Wavelength range, integration time, scan average and other controls can be easily set through pop up windows, menus and tool bars. Absolute irradiance and chromaticity are calculated instantly.
- Three Measurement Ranges Available:
- Range: 350 nm to 900 nm Standard (250-900 nm requires RAA4 and dual source calibration upgrade)
- Range: 360 nm to 900 nm Standard
- Range: 600 nm to 1000 nm (NIR custom- upon request)
- NIST-Traceable Calibration Included
LED Test and Measurement
International Light Technologies has a full complement of powerful, easy-to-use and highly accurate LED light measurement systems. The ILT950, ILT950UV and ILT350 Spectroradiometers are excellent for characterising discrete LEDs and LED modules for spectral output, light output, CRI, CCT, RA and more. The Light Meter line includes hand-held and research grade light meters for radiometric and photometric analysis
International Light Technologies offers a broad array of radiometry detectors to allow configuration of a radiometer system to measure nearly any application from the UV (160 nm) to far-Infrared (40 um). They also have high-gain radiometry detectors for very low level light detection and the powerful ILT950 Wideband Spectroradiometer or economical ILT550 Spectroradiometer for complete, turnkey spectral measurements
The visible light portion of the electromagnetic spectrum, sometimes called the optical spectrum, encompasses wavelengths approximately 400 to 700 nm containing most of the colors discernible to the human eye. However, the human eye is not equally sensitive to all wavelengths of light, being most sensitive to green at 555 nm under normal lighting conditions then to other wavelengths.
Photostability light measurements are required in many industries to characterise the effects of light on the degradation (photo-degradation) and efficacy of their products. Photostability testing is typically done under controlled conditions, often in a sealed chamber where exact exposure levels to the spectra of light a product is likely to encounter, can be delivered for precise analysis of the effects