Supplier: Ellsworth Adhesives
Description: ACCU-CAL 50 Radiometer - UV Intensity Meter allows operators to validate, monitor, and document a UV curing process.
- Wavelength Range: 320 to 395 nm
- Power Range: 0.0 to 35 W/cm²
- Resolution: 1.00E-4 W/cm²
- Operating Temperature Range: 41 to 392 F
Supplier: Solar Light Company, Inc.
Description: The PMA2100 is a research grade datalogging radiometer that can be used with over 35 different detectors measuring UVA, UVB, UVC, Visible, and IR light. The PMA2100 uses intelligent sensor detection and data processing allowing you to add new sensors quickly to measure different kinds of light
- Wavelength Range: 260 to 400 nm
- Power Range: 1.00E-8 to 0.2000 W/cm²
- Accuracy: 0.2000 %
- Operating Temperature Range: 32 to 122 F
Supplier: Lumen Dynamics Group Inc.
Description: Radiometry is an essential link for measuring the output from your curing system in order to maintain a repeatable process. The new OmniCure® R2000 Radiometer can be combined with the OmniCure® S2000 Spot Curing System to provide a complete curing station with unmatched control
Supplier: TELOPS, Inc.
Description: The field-portable radiometer provides optical power measurements of a rapidly changing scene with high radiometric accuracy over 10 spectral bands. The single pixel sensor benefits from proven pupil imaging-based optical system with high optical étendue and provides very high sensitivity
- Wavelength Range: 1500 to 14000 nm
- Display Type: Video
- Mounting / Environment: Portable, In-situ / Field
Supplier: Campbell Scientific, Inc.
Description: The CWS220 is an infrared sensor with a 900-MHz radio built in. The sensor measures the surface temperature of an object without physical contact. It is battery-powered and contains a spread-spectrum radio transceiver, so it has no cables to limit its placement. As part of a Campbell Scientific
- Sensor Type: Temperature Probe
- Measurement/Display Range (°F): -13 to 122 F
- Measurement/Display Range (°C): -25 to 50 C
Supplier: Campbell Scientific, Inc.
Description: The CM300 consists of a 23-inch-long, stainless-steel, 1.5-inch IPS vertical pole with a removable plastic dust cap. It is designed for mounting sensors, enclosures, or other instrumentation. It is an ideal mount for remote sensors such as a tipping bucket raingage or net radiometer. Our CS700, TB4
- Structure / Mount Types: Monopole
- Applications: Meteorology / Instrument / Sensor
- Height / Length Required: 23 inch
- Material: Steel - Stainless
Supplier: Precision Measurement Engineering, Inc.
Description: The LakeESP is a complete monitoring buoy for long-term water quality monitoring and management. The monitoring buoy features real-time monitoring of water column temperature stratification, meteorological parameters, and water quality parameters. Meteorology sensors can include net long and short
- Device Classification: Sensor System
- Senses Wind Speed: Yes
- Senses Wind Direction: Yes
- Measures Solar Radiation: Yes
Supplier: Solar Light Company, Inc.
Description: The PMA2140 global radiometer measures irradiance within the range of 400 to 1100nm. It is especially useful in cost-sensitive applications where the flat spectral response of thermopile based instruments is not needed.
- Measured Wavelength: 400 to 1100 nm
- Instrument Type: Radiometer
- Technology Type: Thermopile
- Mounting: Base Mounted
Supplier: Edmund Optics Inc.
Description: Provides Correct Geometry for Measuring Light Sources 3 Ports Plus Accessories are Included for Easy Integration Integrating spheres are ideal tools for measuring optical radiation. Designed to spatially integrate radiant flux, these integrating spheres can be coupled with a sensor to create
Supplier: Yankee Environmental Systems, Inc.
Description: IR radiometer to extend global measurements to the Near-IR and IR.
Supplier: Gould-Bass Company, Inc.
Description: The Gould-Bass DLM-1000 Digital Radiometer is a portable, 3-1/2 digit instrument that measures either blacklight intensity in the spectral range of 320-400 nanometers in microwatts per square centimeter or visible light intensity of 380-700 nanometers (photometric response) in Lux or foot-candles
- General Supplies & Accessories: Illuminator, Light Meter
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Stable microwave radiometry system for long term monitoring of deep tissue temperature
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Microwave radiometer sensor technology research for Earth science measurements
Microwave radiometer sensor technology research for Earth science measurements .
Other satellites that used microwave radiometer sensors include Skylab; Nimbus 5, 6, and 7; and Seasat.
NASA Scientific and Technical Aerospace Reports
20090026578 NASA Langley Research Center, Hampton, VA, USA 1999-2003 Shortwave Characterizations of Earth Radiation Budget Satellite (ERBS)/Earth Radiation Budget Experiment (ERBE) Broadband Active Cavity Radiometer Sensors .
A dual radiometer system for traffic monitoring
A vehicle is detected by the radiometer sensor due to the temperature difference between the vehicle and the ambient temperature, where the different temperature characteristics by the vehicle are caused by reflections of the low sky temperature.
Handbook of Satellite Applications
For example, while the MODIS (or Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectro- radiometer ) sensor , aboard the Terra (EOS AM) and Aqua (EOS PM) satellites, is acquiring data in 36 spectral bands,1 the AVIRIS (Airborne Visible Infrared Imaging Spectrometer) instrument collects data from 224...
Evaporation and Evapotranspiration
Good quality net solar radiation data acquisition requires intensive maintenance and calibration of the radiometer sensor .
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Any of these particles entering into the radiometer’s view will absorb and scatter some of the radiation that would otherwise be incident on the radiometer sensor .
Multisensor data fusion for IED threat detection
3.2.3 Radiometer sensor results .