HD30.1 - Spectroradiometer (datalogger): Illuminance [LUX], Correlated Color Temperature CCT [K], Trichromatic Coordinates, CRI (color rendering index, PAR, UVA, UVB irradiance UVC irradiation.
The HD30.1 is an instrument made by Delta Ohm for the spectral analysis of light in the visible range and ultraviolet.
The instrument has been designed by combining the maximum flexibility of use, cost reduction and ease of use.
The system consists of two elements connected together by a cable: the data logger-indicator HD30.1 and the measurement sensors HD30.S1 (spectral range between 380nm-780nm) and HD30.S2 (field spectrum between 220nm-400nm).
The datalogger-indicator HD30.1, based on the Linux operating system, makes processing and data management, It has a large touch screen color display, which allows for an easy implementation of the measures, as well as their display and storage. The spectra and the derived parameters can be saved both in the internal memory (150MB) and in the external memory (micro-SD card or USB key).
The export format is compatible with the most common programs for the analysis and processing of data. In addition to the data backup, the software allows to save images of the graphs.
The main quantities of photo-radiometric interest are directly calculated by the HD30.1 through the supplied software. The analyzed spectral range varies according to the used measuring probe: Visible Spectral Region (380nm-780nm) with the HD30.S1 probe, Ultraviolet Spectral Region (220nm-400nm) with the HD30.S2 probe. Measuring probes are interchangeable and calibrated (the calibration file is stored inside each probe).
The probe HD30.S1 analyzes the visible spectral region (380nm-780nm) and calculates the following photo-colorimetric quantities: Illuminance [lux], Correlated Color Temperature CCT [K], Trichromatic Coordinates [x,y] (CIE 1931) or [u’,v’](CIE1978), CRI (color rendering index, R1…R14, Ra) , PAR [µmolphot/sm2]
The probe HD30.S2 analyzes the ultraviolet spectral region (220nm-400nm) and calculates the following radiometric quantities: UVA Irradiance (W/m2 ), UVB Irradiance (W/m2 ) and UVC Irradiance (W/m2 )