January 30, 2012 — Gamma Scientific, light measurement instrumentation maker, introduced a low-cost spectrometer for quick and accurate testing for light-emitting diodes (LEDs). The RadOMA Lite linear CCD array spectrometer tests LED intensity and total flux.
With near real-time speed and NIST-traceable measurement, the RadOMA Lite accepts an SMA905 fiber-optic input that can be connected to a various optics, including integrating spheres for total flux measurements or CIE127 Conditions A and B for intensity measurements. The RadOMA Lite features an 800kHz readout speed and slit options that can achieve resolutions between 0.5 and 3.0nm.
The custom RadOMA-Lite Windows software package for LEDs includes a simple, intuitive interface with automated report generation and a USB 2.0 interface.
Flexible custom configurations and application support are also available.
RadOMA spectroradiometers use a backside-thinned CCD detector with Gamma Scientific’s OMA optical multi-channel analyzer platform. The detector is a CCD Linear Array – 2048 pixels – 14μm x 200μm sensing pixel size – 1800 V/(l*s) @660nm sensitivity. It covers a spectral range of 380-780nm. Gratings: 600G/mm.
Gamma Scientific will be showcasing the RadOMA Lite and their complete line of LED test and measurement solutions in booths 501 and 600 at the Strategies in Light conference in Santa Clara, CA from February 7-9, 2012.
Gamma Scientific offers solutions for the LED and Solid-State Lighting (SSL) industries, ranging from single-device characterization to high-volume production testing, as well as measurement of integrated lamps and lumenaires. Learn more at http://www.gamma-sci.com/applications/led_test_measurement/.