About

StellarNet Inc. has been developing instrumentation for spectroscopy for a variety of analytical applications for over 20 years. Their new generation of rugged, low-cost, miniature, fiber-optic spectrometers can be used for spectroscopy in the lab, process control applications in the factory, or remote sensing in the field. Modular designs allow for measurements in the UV, Vis, and NIR spectral ranges.

These high-performance, low-cost, and flexible systems enables their use within multiple applications, including but not limited to:

  • SpectroColorimetry SpectroRadiometry & Solar Metrology
  • Transmission, Absorbance, Reflectance
  • Fluorescence Spectroscopy
  • Chemical Concentration Analysis
  • LED, Laser, and Lighting Measurement
  • Elemental Analysis
  • UV Monitoring
  • Thin Film Thickness & Optics Measurement
  • Raman

StellarNet's headquarters is home to their extensive engineering, production, and systems integration facilities where the spectrometers and integrated computer systems are designed, assembled, and tested. StellarNet's Application Engineers are systems integration experts and can help you configure the system to suit your needs. They understand that successful implementation of all applications requires industrial strength components and demands extensive analytical know-how to provide unmatched reliability and performance.

StellarNet's Products:
  • Miniature Fiber-Optic Spectrometers
  • Light Sources
  • Spectroscopic Accessories
  • Fiber Optic Probes
  • Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (LIBS)
  • Research-Grade Concave Grating Spectrophotometers
  • NIR (InGaAs) Spectrometers



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Technical Articles

A field-study of inducible molecular defenses, ultraviolet (Spectroscopy) Ultraviolet radiation-the primary natural pollutant affecting melanomagenesis-may represent a widespread ecological stressor for many fishes, and yet the relationship between UV-exposure and stress... (View Full Article)
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