Spectroradiometer - Data Logger
Spectral Analysis of UV and Visible Light

  • UV 220 - 400 nm
  • Visible 380 - 780 nm
  • Illuminance (lux)
  • Corrolated Color Temperature CCT (K)
  • Trichromatic Coordinated
  • CRI Color Rendering Index
  • PAR
  • Check level and quality of light

The HD30 is an instrument for the spectral analysis of light in the visible and UV range. The instrument consists of a data logger and a series of measurement sensors. The HD30 calculates the photometric parameters. The spectral range depends on the sensor being used. The sensor probes are interchangeable and each one contains its own calibration data with the probe.

The sensor HD30.S1 analyzes the visible spectral range (380nm-780nm) and calculates the following photo-colorimetric quantities:Illuminance [lux], Correlated Color Temperature CCT [K], Trichromatic Coordi-nates [x,y] (CIE 1931) or [u’,v’](CIE1978), CRI (color rendering index, R1...R14, Ra) , PAR [μmolfot/sm2]

The sensor HD30.S2 analyzes the ultraviolet spectral band (220 nm-400 nm) and calculates the following radiometric quantities:UVA irradiance (W / m2), UVB irradiance (W / m2) and UVC irradiation (W / m2)

Data logger-indicator HD30.1 with the probe HD30.S1 (visible):

With traditional light meters you can just check the level of illuminance [lux] but not the quality of the illumination produced.Therefore it is necessary to accurately control the colorimetric characteristics of the sources installed in order to evaluate not only the quantity but also the quality.In the industrial environment, a high color rendering reduces the fatigue of visual fi eld and, in cosmetics, a high color rendering is needed to enhance the quality of the exhibits. Even more important is the control of the spectrum of the sources installed in the museum environment where the quality of lighting has the dual task of ensuring the optimum viewing of the exhibits (high CRI) and a low emission of blue-violet light that may degrade the materials of the exhibits.Some neonatal therapies are based on lamps that emit blue light, the appropriate level of radiation can be measured by using the HD30.1. In this case, the light emitted out of the useful spectral band not only decreases the effectiveness of the therapy but can be harmful

Data logger-indicator HD30.1 with the probe HD30.S2 (ultraviolet):The ultraviolet light is used in the most various industrial and civil sectors. Quite often it is not enough to know the total emission of the source, but it is crucial to know how this light is distributed in the spectrum. This is because many processes (sterilization, polymerization and others) are very sensitive to the wavelength of the incident light and not only to its intensity.In the medical fi eld, some diseases of the skin are treated with the use of UV lamps (UVB), also in this case not only the intensity of light that reaches the skin is important but also its wavelength.

Spectroradiometer Specifications

Model HD30.1 + HD30.S1 HD30.1 + HD30.S2
Sensor CCD linear (2048 elements CCD linear (2048 elements
Spectral Fielsd 380 nm - 780 nm 280 nm - 400 nm
Type Based on diffraction grating in transmissio
Numerical Aperture 0.16
Inlet Slit 0.16
Band Pass 4.5 nm
wavelength accuracy 0.3 nm
Reproducibility 0.1 nm
Averaging time 1 ms to 4 s
Diffused Light <0.03% <0.03%
Measuring Mode Spectral Irradiance, Irradiance, Illuminance [lux], PAR , Correlated Colour Temperature, Trichromatic coordinates CIE 1931 (x,y) & CIE 1976 (u’,v’),CRI, Spectral Transmittance Spectral Irradiance, UVA Irradiance, UVB Irradiance, UVC Irradiance, Spectral Transmittance
Type of Measure Single, single acquisition with data backup - Continue, continuous acquisition with data backupMonitor, acquisition continues without saving data - Logging, acquisition at time intervals(from 3min to 60min) with data backup
Optical input dimensions(opaline quartz diffuser Φ 11.8 mm
Cosine Correction By means of opaline quartz diffuser (3mm By means of opaline quartz diffuser (2mm)
Calibration Halogen Standard Lamp Deuterium Standard Lamp
Working Field Illuminance 5-70000 lx  
Uncertainty Spectral Irradiance± 5%Illuminance± 4%PAR± 4%CCT± 45Kx,y± 0.002CRI± 1.5 Spectral Irradiance± 15%UVA Irradiance± 6%UVB Irradiance± 8%UVC Irradiance± 10%
Operating System Linux
Display pectral Irradiance± 5%Illuminance± 4%PAR± 4%CCT± 45Kx,y± 0.002CRI± 1.5
Data Storage Internal (150 MB), micro SD card, USB key (not supplied
PC Connection via Ethernet cable, via mini USB connector
Power Supply Rechargeable 6600 mA/h battery Li-po, 3.7V or external power supply SWD06 (6Vdc
Export Data Format Compatible with the best known management software/data analysis
Dimensions/weight of the indicator HD30. 135x 156 x H 42 mm440 g
Dimensions/weight of the probe 75x150x H74, cable length 1.5m370 g
Working Temperature 0°C-40°C
     

Ordering Information

VTRAP:
Part No. Description of probes Price each  
HD30.1 Data logger with 4.3" color touch-screen display (480 x 272 pixel). Linux® operating
system. A report can be generated after the measurements. Includes:
• 8 GB microSD card.
• 6600 mA/h lithium-polymer (Li-po) rechargeable battery.
• Power supply / battery charger SWD06.
• CD-ROM with user manual.
• Rugged carrying case.
$1375
HD30.S1 Spectroradiometer for the measurement in the visible spectral range (380 nm – 780 nm).
The power is supplied by the HD30.1 data logger. The 1.5 m cable with 8-pole M12
connector for the connection to the data logger is included. Supplied with calibration
report
4800
HD30.S2 Spectroradiometer for the measurement in the ultraviolet spectral range (220 nm –
400 nm). The power is supplied by the HD30.1 data logger. The 1.5 m cable with 8-pole
M12 connector for the connection to the data logger is included. Supplied with
calibration report
4800
       
SWD06 power supply/battery charger for HD30.1    
BAT30 6600mA, 3.3V replacement battery for HD30.1    
Micro SD: 8GB Micro SD card    
HD30S: Additional copy of the software    
  Tripod to be fixed to instrument, max height 280mm    
VCERT-L27: Calibration of spectral irradiance between 380 nm and 800 nm, carried out by measuring the irradiance produced by a reference halogen lamp.    
VCERT-L28 : Calibration of spectral irradiance between 200 nm and 400 nm, carried out by measuring the irradiance produced by a reference deuterium lamp.    
VCERT-L29: Calibration of spectral radiance between 300 nm and 800 nm, carried out by measuring the radiance generated by a reference integrating sphere