Lightweight Compact Field Portable Spectrometers & Spectroradiometers


Small in size– big on performance and features including:

  • PSR-1100f has an industry standard FC connection for a range of fiber optic cable lengths and 1,2,3,4,5,8 and 10 degree FOV lenses
  • Rugged anodized aluminum construction for field reliability
  • 320-1100nm spectral range
  • Keypad and function display– can take and store 2500 spectra without a computer
  • Calibrated for spectral radiance and irradiance with NIST- traceable standards
  • Tag spectra with GPS, elevation, photo and voice notes with companion GETAC PS336 PDA
  • High reliability– all photodiode array optics with no moving gratings to break in the field
  • Autoexposure and autoshutter for easy one-touch operation
  • Snap-in 2800mAH Li-Ion rechargeable battery for >4 hours of continuous use
  • Remote sensing with wireless Bluetooth interface
  • Lightweight– less than 4 pounds
  • Exclusive DARWin SP Data Acquisition software provided

True handheld convenience for field work or remote sensing!- Every SPECTRAL EVOLUTION handheld spectrometer can be controlled via Bluetooth personal digital assistant (PDA) running Microsoft Windows Mobile. SPECTRAL EVOLUTION offers a PDA compatible version can be used to trigger data handheld portable spectrometers also feature fingertip controls and an LCD function display, as well as internal memory to store up to 500 spectra, so the unit can even be operated without a computer or PDA! SPECTRAL EVOLUTION offers the GETAC PS336 PDA preloaded with all necessary software to run all Bluetooth enabled SPECTRAL EVOLUTION Spectrometers. The GETAC can be used to tag spectra with GPS readings, photos (with its built-in digital camera) and voice notes with its built in microphone. In this image, the PS336 was used to take a leaf scan along with a photo of the leaf.

The PSR-1100f is well-suited for:

  • Remote Sensing
  • Soils & Crops
  • Oceanography & Inland Water
  • Forestry & Ecology
  • Vegetation Studies
  • Plant Science
  • Biomass Research

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