The PD300RM-UVA sensor has a flat spectral response which allows measurement of narrowband and broadband sources (LEDs, lasers) in the spectral range, without the need to know the exact wavelength. Broadband source (LED) measurement is not affected by the source bandwidth or wavelength shift due to heating. The sensor also allows measuring sources at different wavelengths simultaneously.
The PD300RM-UVA LED and laser radiometer replaces traditional radiometers which are calibrated to a single wavelength (254nm, 365nm, etc.), offering calibration over a broad spectral range, which the user can access by entering any wavelength in the calibration range. The PD300RM-UVA is a general purpose circular geometry photodiode irradiance and dosage sensor with an 2.75mm aperture and a cosine corrected diffuser. Its spectral range is 350-450nm and its irradiance measuring range is 1.5μW/cm² – 15W/cm². The sensor comes with a 1.5 meter cable for connecting to StarBright & StarLite meters or Juno+ PC interface.
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Can I measure white LEDs with the PD300RM?
Can I measure a laser with the PD300RM?
Can I measure a mercury lamp with the PD300RM-UV?
No, the PD300RM is a broadband detector. It doesn’t have a filter to isolate specific emission lines such as mercury lamp lines (365nm, 254nm) or spectral bands such as UVA, UVB. Custom solutions with filters are available; contact Ophir for more information.Close
What is the accuracy of the PD300RM for LEDs and for lasers?
The accuracy when measuring irradiance of laser sources is easy to determine because lasers have very narrow bandwidth and their wavelength is well known. The accuracy for laser measurement is given in the specifications. When measuring the irradiance of LED sources, other issues such as bandwidth and wavelength tolerance come into play. For more details and specifications see the white paper.Close
What is the purpose of the PD300RM's diffuser?
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White Paper – Measuring LED Power and Irradiance with Calibrated Photodiodes
In many industries LEDs are replacing traditional broadband light sources such as mercury, deuterium, Xenon, and quartz-halogen lamps. Systems and applications transitioning to LEDs are reengineered in terms of optics, electronics, heat management and more. Similarly, the equipment used by professionals to measure the output of these sources needs to be fitted for measuring LEDs. Read more...
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- 1.5μW/cm² – 15W/cm²
- Ø35 W x 21 D (mm)
- 0.2 s
- CE, UKCA, China RoHS