Instrument Systems Spectrometers

To measure light radiation’s spectral characteristics, Instrument Systems optical spectrometers are the instruments of choice. Instrument Systems has a variety of optical spectrophotometers to meet any user’s needs or budget. Instrument Systems Spectrometers mainly measure UV-VIS spectroradiometry, luminous flux, LED production and LED radiation levels. More importantly, they provide these measurements at a fast rate, gathering data very quickly and efficiently. A number of models come with innovative features that allow the systems to be used universally in a broad range of applications and functions. These systems conveniently change into spectroradiometers when users attach absolute calibration and optical probes. It’s critical that these units maintain a high degree of accuracy and quality in order to return precise calculations of colorimetric, photometric and radiometric data through the built-in software. For these and other reasons, Instrument Systems continues to expand the leading edge of technology by committing the majority of its Research & Development work to this field.


Model Overview
Model Type Area of application Features

MAS 40
CCD Array Low-cost entry-level model Power supply through USB interface;
dark current measurement and change in density filters are performed manually

LED-Station
CCD Array Low-cost entry-level model Power supply through USB interface;
dark current measurement and change in density filters are performed manually

CAS 120
CCD Array QC and LED production testing UV/VIS and VIS models; dark-current
shutter and density filter wheel are integrated; extremely robust and short measuring times

CAS 140CT
CCD Array The benchmark in the lab and QC Different models from 200-2150 nm;
dark-current shutter and density filter wheel are integrated; very high level of accuracy and signal sensitivity

CAS 140CTS
CCD Array Production testing and laboratory applications Short integration and read-out times at very high accuracy and signal dynamic range

Spectro 320
Scanning High-end, flexible and universal Highest dynamic measuring range and accuracy;
variable spectral resolution; spectral range max. 190-5000 nm in one unit; single and double monochromator
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