Light Measurement

Light Measurement & Detection Products include portable and research benchtop light meters and radiometers, sprectroradiometers, belt radiometers, light detectors, optical filters, input optics including integrating spheres, and a full line of light measurement/detection accessories.

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Light Meters

Light Meters

Full line of precision, configurable digital light meters (radiometers and photometers) with a wide array of available light detectors to measure visible, UV, and infrared light from almost any type of source.

 

Spectroradiometer

Spectroradiometers

Portable, NIST Traceable, calibrated spectrometers that easily and accurately measure spectral irradiance, color coordinates, and CCT from the UV to the near-infrared.

 

 

Belt Radiometers

Belt Radiometers

Rechargeable, self contained, light meters designed to graphically display the performance of each lamp and reflector in harsh environments such as UV, UV-VIS curing systems. The graphical display also allows for on-the-spot comparison of the current performance of the system against a stored base line.

Detectors

Detectors

Detectors are used with light meters to collect a specific type of light that the meter is calibrated to accept.

Filters

Filters

Optical filters are often used with light detectors and meters to attenuate certain wavelengths of light and produce an overall desired detector response.

Accessories

Accessories

International Light Technologies offers a wide variety of accessories including tripods, power cords, computer and extension cables, cases and underwater sensor modifications.

Input Optics

Input Optics

Input optics change the optical geometry of a measurement in order to collect information about a light source that cannot be acquired by a detector alone.

Integrating Spheres