Spectroradiometer

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Description

The spectroradiometer is composed of a set of highly configurable modules that facilitate its use in all types of optical systems. The basic components are a light source, a monochromator and a radiometer or detection system. The equipment has a varied set of lighting systems like arc, halogen and spectral lamps. It has two monochromators, two radiometers and a large number of detectors that cover the entire visible and infrared spectrum.

Related Technical facility
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Optics Laboratory

The Optics Laboratory is specialized in the realization of all type of optical measurements, alignment and integration of instruments, prototype tests and characterization of components and optical systems in general.

View of the spectrophotometer in the laboratory. Medium sized device placed on a table with a trap door to place the samples to be measured and a computer and monitor for its control
Spectrophotometer

Device dedicated to the measurement of the transmission or reflection of materials as a function of wavelength

Related Capability
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Design, development and verification of optical systems

The IAC Technology Division has the capacity for developing complete optical elements and systems from the design stages to manufacturing follow-up, integration and final verification.

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