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.

Features

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

  • Source 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, for use with our our OOIIrrad-C Irradiance Software or SpectraSuite

Calibrated for Use with Fiber and Cosine Corrector

The HL-2000-CAL is designed for calibrating a system consisting of a spectrometer and a cosine corrector. The calibration data for the HL-2000-CAL includes absolute intensities for wavelengths between 300-1050 nm.

Calibrated for Use with Integrating Spheres

The HL-2000-CAL-ISP is designed for calibrating the absolute spectral response of your system when using the ISP-50-8-I Integrating Sphere as your sampling optic.

Included with the Lamp

The HL-2000-CAL comes with a regulated 12 VDC power supply. Also included is a calibration certificate and a diskette with data files for use with our irradiance software. A cosine corrector is available for an additional charge .

Spectral Output

The typical calibration output when using the HL-2000-CAL with a CC-3 Cosine Corrector.

Specifications

Spectral range (calibrated): 300-1050 nm (calibrated)
Power consumption:

600 mA @ 12 VDC

Power output: 6.5 watts
Bulb life:

900 hours (recommend recalibration after 50 hours of use)

Recalibration: Required after ~50 hours of operation
Bulb color temperature:

3100 K

Output to bulb: 5 volts/1.3 amps
Output regulation: 0.2% voltage
Time to stabilized output: ~30 minutes
Connector: SMA 905 for fiber; 6.35-mm barrel for cosine corrector; PTFE plug for integrating sphere
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