Gigahertz-Optik Inc.

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Gigahertz-Optik Inc.
Bldg B Boston North Technology Park
110 Haverhill Rd Ste 205
Amesbury, MA
United States

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29 November 2023
Gigahertz-Optik Introduces the MSC15-CS Circadian Stimulus Light, Color & Spectral Meter
In collaboration with the Lighting Research Center, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY and the Light & Health Research Center at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, New York, NY, Gigahertz-Optik announces a new version of its MSC15 spectral light meter. The MSC15-CS which, in addition to all the features (30 standard measurement quantities plus more under software control) of the established MSC15 spectral light meter, includes circadian light assessment according to: Modeling Circadian Phototransduction: Quantitative Predictions of Psychophysical Data. By Rea, M. S., Nagare, R., and Figueiro, M. G. (2021). Front. Neurosci. 15:615322. doi: 10.3389/fnins.2021.615322 and the correction: Corrigendum: Modeling Circadian Phototransduction: Quantitative Predictions of Psychophysical Data. by Rea, M. S., Nagare, R., and Figueiro, M. G. (2021). Front. Neurosci. 15:615322. doi: 10.3389/fnins.2022.849800 The MSC15-CS features a color touchscreen, simple intuitive menu operation with clearly arranged display screens. Storage of 10 measurement points and user selectable display views are possible. Here is a list of all MSC15-CS measurement quantities: • Illuminance photopic • Illuminance scotopic • Circadian evaluation • Spectral irradiance • Color coordinates (x,y) • CCT • CRI (color rendering index) • PAR– PPFD • Melanopic irradiance • Melanopic illuminance (equivalent melanopic lux) • Melanopic daylight equivalent illuminance • Total irradiance for bilirubin (Ebi) • Average spectral irradiance for bilirubin (AAP) • Other color quantities available under supplied software use: (x, y, u´, v´, X,Y,Z, delta uv, color temperature, color rendering index (CRI) Ra, R1-R15, TM-30-20, CQS, CIE-170 & others) Visit us for application assistance on Booth 5404
29 November 2023
BTS2048 Series Spectroradiometers – Not Just Another Spectrometer
Gigahertz-Optik's BTS2048 series represent a new class of UV-Vis-NIR spectroradiometers. From its BiTec Sensor Technology employing both photodiode and CCD array for increased speed &accuracy and compact size to its unmatched stray light suppression achieved through innovative techniques there is no other spectrometer like it. A fourteen page brochure has been produced to highlight the BTS2048 series benefits is available on request. Features ■ UV-VIS-NIR – calibrated 200-2150 nm ■ Compact design-easy to mount-works in motion ■ High dynamic range > 9 magnitudes ■ TEC cooled ■ Mechanical and software system integration ■ Stable with built-in cosine diffuser – no fiber input Configurable With: ■ Integrating sphere, goniometer & accessories ■ Fiber input optic – Right angle diffuser ■ Other BTS2048 series models ■ Weather proof housing for long term outdoor use ■ Fast response photodiode for pulse waveform measurement option Visit us for application assistance on Booth 5404
29 November 2023
BTS256 LED Tester
LEDs measured on the test bench can produce different photometric and color results in actual operation mounted on the PC board. Also measuring slight color and flux differences between discrete LEDs mounted in a module is not possible with typical LED measurement set-ups. Gigahertz-Optik’s hand-held BTS256-LED is designed to measure luminous flux or illuminance, color data and spectral distribution of pc board mounted LEDs, discrete LEDs within a module, miniature lamps, endoscopes and any narrow beam emitting light source. Larger size light sources can be measured by either attaching the BTS256-LED tester to a Gigahertz-Optik integrating sphere or by measuring illuminance using a screw-on diffuser window. Key components of the device include a built-in 50mm diameter integrating sphere with a unique interchangeable input optic nozzle designed to minimize positional error, auxiliary LED and GO Bi-Tech sensor. The on board integrating sphere is made out of GO’s ODM98 white diffuse material and includes a sealed window light output port. The Bi-Technology Sensor BTS256-LED houses both a high precision photometric filtered photodiode for accurate flux detection over a wide dynamic range and a compact low stray light design spectrometer. Another key feature is the ultra-compact electronically controlled shutter for on-line offset compensation of the diode array for improved signal to noise levels. Spectral flux distribution in W/nm as well as peak wavelength, dominant wavelength, xy and u’v’ color coordinates, color temperature and color rendering index are measured and displayed. The measured spectral data is also used for on-line correction of the photometric detector for any photopic spectral mismatch error. To compensate test sample absorbance errors a white LED auxiliary lamp is included. The PC operated LED tester, auxiliary lamp function and calibration correction for different size input nozzles are all under control of the supplied S-BTS256 software. Visit us for application assistance on Booth 5404
29 November 2023
Integrating Sphere Uniform Light Sources
For High Dynamic Range Test & Calibration of Imaging and Non-Imaging Devices The integrating sphere source (ISS) as a “Uniform Light Source” and provides an illumination field that exhibits a high level of luminance homogeneity. Halogen lamps provide a continuous luminous spectrum and are therefore preferred for spectral radiance and luminance calibration standards especially for spectral measuring devices. But also LED based integrating sphere light sources as well as lamp and LED combinations are in use. ISS come in many different diameters and output port sizes. They may be equipped with a reference detector to monitor light output, variable aperture for either manual or computer control of the output intensity. Other port adapters and accessory components are implemented as needed. Visit us for application assistance on Booth 5404
29 November 2023
UV-C Germicidal Radiometer Kit
Measures 254nm Germicidal Efficacy & Assesses UV Hazard Gigahertz-Optik’s UV-C Germicidal Radiometer Kit includes: • X1-1-V03 Radiometer • UV-3725-4 254nm UV-C Detector • UV-37xx-Z01 80° Field of View Adapter • BHO-11 Carry Case • K-UV3725-S Irradiance Responsivity Calibration in A/(W/m²) and A/(W/cm²) at 254nm with calibration certificate ISO17025 accredited test certificate level calibration is available on option. X1-UV-3725 Radiometer is capable of measuring both UVGI Ultraviolet Germicidal Irradiance for germicidal efficacy and assessing UV health hazard risk per ACGIH guidelines. The type of measurement to be performed is selected by menu using the meter front panel buttons. The UV-3725 UV-C 254nm detector matches the ideal cosine function with an f2 of less than 3%. A radiometric detector's spatial response match to true cosine is an important factor effecting irradiance measurement accuracy. The UV-37xx-Z01 80° Field of View Adapter which fits onto the detector front-end (as shown) limits the detector field of view to meet the stated ACGIH* guideline for assessing UV risk for sources emitting greater than 80° viewing angle. A key feature of the compact X1 meter is its peak hold function enabling remote unmanned measurement capability in high power low pressure Hg lamp exposures. Other X1-1 features include sensitivity from 0.1 pA to 200 uA, Run/Stop dose function, selectable integration time from 20 ms to 1 second, on/off backlighting, signal offset function for ambient/stray light cancellation. Optional S-X1 user software supports full computer control and data processing. Also the S-SDK-X20 software development kit is available for self-programmers. Note that other UV-C measurement devices for excimer and LED based source are stocked. For a complete listing including a product selector guide go to our UVC Radiometers web page. Contact us on Booth 5404 for application assistance. *American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists