Ocean Optics DH-2000-CAL Deuterium Tungsten Halogen Calibration Standard

Ocean Optics DH-2000-CAL

The DH-2000-CAL Deuterium Tungsten Halogen Calibration Standard is a UV-NIR light source used to calibrate the absolute spectral response of a radiometric system. With the DH-2000-CAL and SpectraSuite Software, you can determine known absolute intensity values at wavelengths from 220-1050 nm.

The DH-2000-CAL is specifically calibrated for use with optical fibres or a cosine corrector; the calibration data includes absolute intensities for wavelengths between 220-1050 nm at the fiber entrance port for both a bare fiber and a CC-3-UV Cosine Corrector.

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Ocean Optics HG-1 Mercury Argon Calibration Source

Ocean Optics HG-1

The compact, low-cost HG-1 Mercury Argon Calibration Source is a spectral wavelength calibration source for UV-VIS-Shortwave NIR spectrophotometric systems. The HG-1 produces first order mercury and argon spectral lines from 253-922 nm and second order argon lines to 1700 nm for use in performing fast, reliable spectrometer wavelength calibrations. Easily identifiable mercury and argon spectral emission lines are printed on the HG-1 housing.

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Ocean Optics HL-2000-CAL Radiometric Calibration Standard

Ocean Optics HL-2000-CAL

The HL-2000-CAL Calibrated Tungsten Halogen Light Source can calibrate the absolute spectral response of a radiometric system. With this NIST-traceable light source and SpectraSuite, you can determine known absolute intensity values at wavelengths from 300-1050 nm. The HL-2000-CAL Calibrated Tungsten Halogen Light Source can be used to calibrate the absolute spectral response of a radiometric system. With this NIST-traceable light source and SpectraSuite Software, you can determine known absolute intensity values at wavelengths from 300-1050 nm.

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Ocean Optics LS-1-CAL Radiometric Calibration Standards

The LS-1-CAL and HL-2000-CAL Calibrated Tungsten Halogen Light Sources calibrate the absolute spectral response of a radiometric system. With one of these NIST-traceable light sources and our software, you can determine known absolute intensity values at wavelengths from 300-1050 nm.

  • NIST-traceable Calibration from 300-1050 nm. Provides absolute spectral intensity in ยตW/cm2/nm at the fiber port

  • Sources can be calibrated specifically for a bare fiber, a fiber plus cosine corrector, or an integrating sphere

  • Calibration Certificate. Calibration data is provided in paper and electronic formats.

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Ocean Optics DH-2000-CAL Deuterium Tungsten Halogen Calibration Standard

Ocean Optics DH-2000-CAL

The DH-2000-CAL Deuterium Tungsten Halogen Calibration Standard is a UV-NIR light source used to calibrate the absolute spectral response of a radiometric system. With the DH-2000-CAL and SpectraSuite Software, you can determine known absolute intensity values at wavelengths from 220-1050 nm.

The DH-2000-CAL is specifically calibrated for use with optical fibres or a cosine corrector; the calibration data includes absolute intensities for wavelengths between 220-1050 nm at the fiber entrance port for both a bare fiber and a CC-3-UV Cosine Corrector.

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Ocean Optics HL-2000-CAL Radiometric Calibration Standard

Ocean Optics HL-2000-CAL

The HL-2000-CAL Calibrated Tungsten Halogen Light Source can calibrate the absolute spectral response of a radiometric system. With this NIST-traceable light source and SpectraSuite, you can determine known absolute intensity values at wavelengths from 300-1050 nm. The HL-2000-CAL Calibrated Tungsten Halogen Light Source can be used to calibrate the absolute spectral response of a radiometric system. With this NIST-traceable light source and SpectraSuite Software, you can determine known absolute intensity values at wavelengths from 300-1050 nm.

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Ocean Optics HG-1 Mercury Argon Calibration Source

Ocean Optics HG-1

The compact, low-cost HG-1 Mercury Argon Calibration Source is a spectral wavelength calibration source for UV-VIS-Shortwave NIR spectrophotometric systems. The HG-1 produces first order mercury and argon spectral lines from 253-922 nm and second order argon lines to 1700 nm for use in performing fast, reliable spectrometer wavelength calibrations. Easily identifiable mercury and argon spectral emission lines are printed on the HG-1 housing.

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