Radiometer News

  • RSB-01S product news

    We took a different approach to measure the three irradiance components (DNI, GHI, DHI). A spectroradiometer with rotating Shadow Band (RSB) is an attractive alternative to a conventional 3 component sun tracker system. Just one spectroradiometer used for all measurements lowers the costs associated with the instrumentation required. Accurate DNI measurements can be obtained from a MS-711 Global ...


    By EKO Instruments

  • LED & LIGHTING quality evaluation the new DELTAOHM SpectroRadiometer HD30.1

    LEDs cannot be manufactured with consistent optical properties as a result of the production processes involved. Brightness and color can vary substantially from component to component even in the same production batch. This is why LEDs have to be tested during production and in their final application. Comprehensive optical characterization is also essential during research and development of ...

  • ASD adds China’s Yudecheng to its reseller network

    ASD Inc, the PANalytical company and supplier of high-performance NIR analytical instrumentation and material analysis solutions, has announced an expansion in China’s mining market with the addition of Beijing Yudecheng Technology to its reseller network. Yudecheng joins ASD’s reseller network to support the TerraSpec mineral analyser, FieldSpec portable spectroradiometer and LabSpec ...

  • ASD Expands Mining and Industrial Reseller Network in China with Addition of Yudecheng Technology

    BOULDER, Colo. – July 30, 2013 – ASD Inc., a PANalytical company and the global leader in high-performance NIR analytical instrumentation and material analysis solutions, today announced its expansion in China’s mining and industrial markets with the addition of Beijing Yudecheng Technology Co., Ltd. (Yudecheng) to their reseller network. ...

  • NASA Finds Thickest Parts Of Arctic Ice Cap Melting Faster

    A new NASA study revealed that the oldest and thickest Arctic sea ice is disappearing at a faster rate than the younger and thinner ice at the edges of the Arctic Ocean's floating ice cap. The thicker ice, known as multi-year ice, survives through the cyclical summer melt season, when young ice that has formed over ...

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