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  • The RS-8800 field spectroradiometer is a full range, high resolution/high sensitivity system. This unique instrument uses an Internet of Things (IoT) operating system, which has never before been used in a spectroradiometer. The operating system allows you to operate the system with your mobile device (iPhone or Android). When used in combination with our Sensaprobe™ grip, researchers can access and store more key field data in addition to their scans including the angle at which the scan was taken, and the solar elevation angle.
  • Lightweight, reliable, compact, and easy-to-use, the PSR+ is designed for single-user operation in the field to collect critical remote sensing data. Spectral Evolution’s battery-operated portable NIR spectroradiometer can be outfitted with FOV lenses or fiber optics. Units can be handheld, tripod-mounted, or carried with a shoulder strap or backpack for easy use in the field. The PSR+ boasts best-in-class sensitivity at the highest resolution in any field handheld spectroradiometer. This spectroradiometer stores up to 1,000 spectra without a computer and can be used with a laptop or rugged tablet running DARWin™ LT on Windows 10.
  • This high-resolution, budget-friendly spectroradiometer is the most versatile in our catalog. The RS-3500 features a 512-element Si array and two 256-element extended InGaAs arrays to provide the best resolution in NIR ranges.
  • This “entry-level” spectroradiometer is built for mobility making it perfect for fieldwork. The PSR-1100f is less than 4lbs, includes a shoulder carrying strap, and is battery-powered so nothing will take your attention away from your fiber and your samples. Even better, this pint-sized powerhouse has an internal memory capable of collecting 2500 scans without the need for a laptop or tablet weighing you down.      
  • The NaturaSpec™ spectroradiometer offers the best resolution and sensitivity performance of any field instrument on the market today. You can now collect lab-quality data under any condition over the full spectral range of 350nm to 2500nm. With a rugged design, no moving optical parts, and a stainless-steel clad fiber optic cable, you can now expect outstanding stability and reliability of spectral measurements in the field. Click to download the brochure!     

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