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Ocean Optics will showcase its Jaz-ULM-200 light-measurement system for spectroradiometric analysis of LED lamps, flat panel displays and other radiant sources at EuroLED 2010.

Jaz is a family of stackable components that share common electronics and communications that are configurable for a variety of applications.

Included in the Jaz-ULM-200 stack is a CCD-array spectrometer that can be optimised for a variety of radiometric measurements and a microprocessor with onboard display.

Jaz allows users to capture, process, and store full spectra without the need for a PC.

With three pushes of a button, the system’s irradiance-measurement software, which is stored on an SD card, collects full spectral irradiance information from the selected light source.

This data can then be post-processed to give the intensity parameter of choice, including: W/cm2, lumens, lux, PAR (photosynthetically active radiation) or any other light intensity parameter.

Ocean Optics – Inventor of Miniature Fibre Optic Spectrometers

Interpreting the interaction with light

Ocean Optics is a diversified electro-optics technology company and a global leader in solutions for optical sensing – fundamental methods of measuring and interpreting the interaction of light with matter.

Worldwide sales and support

With locations in the United States, Europe and Asia, the company serves a wide range of markets and enabled diverse applications in medical and biological research, environmental monitoring, life science, science education, and process and quality control.

Our extensive product line

With the nearly 1,500 unique products in our portfolio, we are able to assist you with virtually any optical sensing need. Our line of products include spectrometers, optical sensors, metrology instrumentation, light sources, sampling accessories, fibres and probes.

Our OEM capabilities

Do you have a great idea for a commercial product that uses optics? Build on our success and bring your unique product to volume markets. Our specialised OEM engineering team will work closely together with your engineering team to ensure the best set-up for your demands.

Our success

Recognized as the inventor of miniature fibre optic spectroscopy, we’ve sold more than 150,000 spectrometers worldwide since 1989. As a result of the dramatic reduction in size and cost, applications once deemed too costly or impractical using conventional spectrometers were not only feasible, but practical. Nowadays our spectrometers can be found anywhere: on treetops in jungles, on oil rigs at sea, on rocket ships in space and even inside the human body.

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