The PR-730 uses 512 detectors to sample the emitted spectrum from 380 to 780 nm yielding a resolution of 0.781 nm/pixel. Data is reported every 1 nm.The spectral range of the PR-735 is 380 to 1080 nm for a resolution of 1.348 nm/pixel and 2nm increments.Ease of navigation through menus, and vivid information screens including a full color spectrum, is supplied by the high-resolution color touch screen display. Up to 8 measuring apertures can be supplied on the instrument providing unequaled spot size /sensitivity versatility.The capability to synchronize measurements (AutoSync) to the frequency of the display backlight or source refresh ratehelps insure repeatable results.
An external trigger circuit lets you make precise measurements of flashing sources such as xenon strobes. The PR-730 can measure as low as 0.0001 (000005 for the PR-735) footlamberts (0.0003 or 000015 cd/m'). Accurate measurements of polarized sources like LCD's is guaranteed by the extremely low polarization characteristics (<0.2%). The PR-730 has variable bandwidth capability - select between 2, 5, 8 nm spectral bandwidths to insure the optimum conditions for virtually any sample.
Easy to Use
The high resolution, full color touch screen display provides both an easy means of negotiating through instrument setup menus and of viewing measured results, including a full-color Spectral Power Distribution (SPD) graph of the measured sample.
A wide selection of interfacing options, USB, RS232 and Bluetooth wireless, adds convenience and ease when communicating with and controlling the PR-73ol7 35. With the Bluetooth option, the instrument will communicate for up to 100 feet (305 m) away from the base - ideal for situations where cabling is not possible.
Variable Spectral Bandwidth
The PR-730 and PR-735 introduces a new feature to the SpectraScan line - variable spectral bandwidth. One of 3 bandwidth settings (2. 5 or 8 nm) can be selected regardless of the measuring aperture being used. This lets the user change the bandwidth without changing apertures – or instruments.
The PR-730/7 35 provides unsurpassed flexibility with the world's largest selection of optical accessories. It is the only instrument in its class that can measure radiance/luminance, irradiance/illuminance, radiant flux/lumens and radiant intensity/candelas simply by changing accessories.
Remote Mode software makes it possible to control the PR-730/735 from a custom application as easy as sending and receiving text characters over any of the available interfaces. SpectraWin 2 is a full Windows based executable that makes measurements, graphically displays results and has powerful data manipulation capabilities.
An RGB Display Cal Module can be added to SpectraWin that provides an interactive interface that helps automate the process of calibrating displays or digital projectors.
User Self Calibration Software is available if you wish to calibrate your instrument in-house. It can be a great time and money saver especially when several instruments are involved.