SR-6500 Ultra High Resolution Spectroradiometer
The SR-6500 NIR spectroradiometer covers the UV/VIS/NIR range from 350-2500 nanometers. It features ultra-high resolution and very stable performance with three high density thermoelectrically cooled photodiode arrays. The SR-6500 is also calibrated to NIST-traceable radiometric calibration standards.
|Spectral Range||350 - 2500 nm|
|Photodiode Arrays||1024 Element TE-Cooled silicon detector (VIS-NIR)|
|512 Element TE-Cooled InGaAs detector (SWIR 1)|
|512 Element TE-Cooled extended InGaAs detector (SWIR 2)|
|All dispersive optics fixed in place||No moving parts|
|Minimum Scan Speed||100 Millionseconds|
|Spectral Resolution||1.5 nm @ 700 nm|
|3.0 nm @ 1500 nm|
|3.8 nm @ 2100 nm|
|Noise Equivalence Radiance (with 1.5 meter fiber optic)||0.8 x 10-9 W / cm² / nm / sr @ 400 nm|
|0.3 x 10-9 W / cm² / nm / sr @ 1500 nm|
|5.8 x 10-9 W / cm² / nm / sr @ 2100 nm|
|Dimension||12.4 x 8.7 x 4.4 inches ( 31.5 x 22.9 x 38.7 cm)|
|Weight||11 lbs. (4.99 kg)|
|Operating Range||0 - 40°C|
|Communications||Wireless Bluetooth and USB|
|Instrument Power (Max)||33W|
|Batteries||Two Rechargeable Li-ion batteries - up to 3 hours operation each - weight <2 lbs (.9kg) - size 2" x 2.5" x 4.5" (5.08 x 6.35 x 11.43 cm) - 7.4V nominal 94 Whr|
|Auto dark current shutter & auto-exposure control|
|Auto-dark current measurement|
|Fixed metal clad fiber optic cable with SMA-905 input (User removable fiber/4 bolts for easy field replacement)|
|Comes complete with DARWin SP Data Acquisition Software (Windows XP/Vistra/Windows 7/8/10 compatible)|
Applications of SR-6500 Spectroradiometer
- Mineral identification and analysis where resolution can help to distinguish
between minerals with very similar spectra or to unmix and identify minerals in trace amounts.
- Soil studies for the identification of different soil characteristics, clay types,
presence or absence of nutrients and moisture.
- Vegetation studies for plant stress/health, over-fertilization, species
identification and more.
- Lab applications such as materials identification, etc.
- Solar radiance and irradiance research.
- Microbial diversity research