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  • Lux Meters (Light Meters)-Image
    Lux Meters (Light Meters) - (153 companies)
    Lux meters or light meters measure illumination in terms of luxes (lx) or foot candles (fc). A lux is equal to the total intensity of light that falls on a one square meter surface that is one foot away from the point source of light. A foot candle... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Energy Meters and Optical Power Meters - (111 companies)
    Energy meters measure the total energy of a single pulse and optical power meters measure the average power of a continuous light beam. Energy meters and optical power meters are optical testing instruments. Power meters are optical testing... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Spectroradiometers - (12 companies)
    Radiant flux or radiant power is the radiant energy per unit time. Units of measure in spectroradiometry include joules, watts, watts per steradian, and watts per square meter. Performance Specifications. There are three main performance specifications... Learn More
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    UV Sensors - (63 companies)
    ...by producing energy signals of a different type. Generally, these output signals are electrical signals that are routed directly to an electrical meter for observation and recording. The generated electrical signals from UV sensors can also be sent... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Microplate Readers - (98 companies)
    The most common assay (examination and determination as to characteristics) types are absorbance, fluorescence and luminescence. Microplate readers are generally configured to accept one of the three common microplate size configurations - either 96... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Radiometers - (85 companies)
    Radiometers are used to measure the intensity of electromagnetic radiation (e.g., UVC, UVB, UVA, Vis, and IR). They are univariate devices that do not distinguish between light of different wavelengths. In addition to wavelength range, radiometers carry specifications such as sensor diameter, power range, accuracy, resolution, operating temperature range, and humidity range Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Fluorometers - (113 companies)
    ...to as luminescence spectrometers, fluorimeters, fluorescence spectrometers or spectrofluorometers. The important parameters measured by fluorometers are the spectral or wavelength range and the accuracy and resolution of that reading. Common detector... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Color Sensors - (95 companies)
    Color sensors register items by contrast, true color, or translucent index. True color sensors are based on one of the color models, most commonly the RGB model (red, green, blue). Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Meter Provers and Flow Proving Components - (17 companies)
    Meter provers and flow proving components provide a known traceable volume to simulate actual operating conditions to test and verify the performance of flow meters and transfer meters. Flowmeter accuracy is very important in many industries... Learn More
  • Flow Meters - (1660 companies)
    Flow meters (flowmeters) and flow sensors are devices used for measuring the flow rate or quantity of a moving fluid or gas. How to Select Flow Meters. Image Credit: Aalborg Instruments, Clark Solutions. Flow meters are devices for measuring... Search by Specification | Learn More
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...at the high end of the price/performance scale, carry out tasks ranging from determining the product's orientation on the assembly line to verifying the correct placement of labels. There's yet another type of light-based detector, the UV fluorescence (sometimes called luminescence) sensor...

...of chemicals by microorganisms into the genes of the original bacteria. In the presence of the target chemicals, the mechanism for luminescence is tripped at the same time as the mechanism for degradation. As a result, Sayler explains, "the organism functions as a direct and immediate biosensor." "So...

...the circulating blood cells (amoeboctyes) f limulus polyphemus, the horseshoe crab. Luminescence. The emission and detection of light produced by chemical reactions or bioluminescence due directly to the enzyme light production. These enzymes can be used as labels to trace a molecule of interest. It does...

...detector. Other applications. Surveillance and investigation in botany, biophysics, medicine (with. addition of IR filters and IR light sources). Infrared microscopy, infrared. luminescence (by ultraviolet stimulation), fluorescence. Optical fiber. alignment, telecommunications. What can you tell me...

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