Solar Light Company, Inc. can provide accurate spectral irradiance measurements analysis of sensors and light sources using advanced spectroradiometers, monochromators, NIST traceable standard lamps, and NIST Traceable standard sensors as follows:
|250-800 nm||1, 2 or 5 nm|
|800-1100 nm||5 or 10 nm|
|Custom – available upon request|
Typical sources scanned include:
Scanning terrarium lamps for spectral conformity ensures that they emit the correct levels, to keep the enclosed animals healthy and thriving. Testing for UVA, UVB, and visible ranges is available.
Photostability Lamps and Detectors
We can scan fluorescent lamps and detectors used in Photostability Testing to calculate the spectral mismatch between source and detector, and to provide an accurate measurement of the radiation that the samples are subjected to in accordance with stability testing guidelines.
It is essential that lamps used for tanning emit the correct spectrum and intensity in order to avoid harmful radiation exposure. Solar Light offers complete spectral scanning of tanning lamps to help prevent this.
Medical Light Sources
Medical light sources must deliver the correct spectrum for optimal treatment. Solar Light is a recognized specialist in such scans, especially Bilirubun lamps for infant irradiation. These sources may be fluorescent or LED.
Xenon lamps are widely used in Solar Simulators because of their close match to the sun’s spectrum. This is then filtered optically to produce various spectra for research purposes. We can scan the natural or filtered output to ensure the radiation produced is within specification, as described in ASTM and ISO Standards.
Weathering Chamber Lamps
These lamps require periodic testing to demonstrate that they conform to the spectrum described in the test standard documents.
Solar Light can scan the spectral response of sensors to calculate the spectral mismatch with the light source being measured.