SphereOptics GmbH

Uhldingen, Baden-Würrtemberg 88690


About SphereOptics GmbH



Ehbachstr 7A
Uhldingen, Baden-Würrtemberg 88690

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Offers a line of integrating spheres, light measurement systems and instruments, diffuse reflectance materials and standards, and optical calibration services, as well as hyperspectral cameras and portable field spectrometers.


Test & Measurement

Spectroradiometer features modes for measuring radiance and irradiance

The portable JETI specbos 2501 spectroradiometer provides an extended wavelength range from 200 to 1000 nm.
FIGURE 1. Integrating spheres can be manufactured at sizes from 1 mm up to 3 m in diameter. This 65 in. spectral lamp measurement system is used in standards laboratories around the world as a calibration source for lamps and LEDs (left; courtesy of Sphereoptics). A tiny 16 mm integrating sphere is incorporated into a detector for radiant power measurement (right; courtesy of Gigahertz-Optik).
Test & Measurement

PRODUCT FOCUS: INTEGRATING SPHERES: How to select an integrating sphere for your application

Integrating spheres present a dizzying array of specifications and an infinite number of configurations. Here’s where to start to narrow down the choices.

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