Integrating spheres for setting-up measurement systems for measuring light and optical radiation, transmission, reflection and absorption as well as for integrating sphere light sources. We as an experienced manufacturer of integrating spheres can surely implement your application ideally! Either based on standard integrating sphere systems or individually configured integrating sphere setups.
The operation principle of integrating sphere as a hollow sphere with a diffuse reflective inner coating is presented in detail in our tutorials, among others: Integrating Sphere Tutorial - Theory, Application and Use
Integrating spheres are configured by us as a integrating sphere manufacturer for their use as integrating sphere detectors, integrating sphere light sources or configurations for absorption, transmission and refection measurements. However, due to the many different applications, there is no "one" standard integrating sphere. Gigahertz-Optik therefore offers both, standard products configurations as well as individual products tailored to the application and the customer, see our Integrating Sphere Construction Kit for Individual Configurations. In particular, this integrating sphere construction kit with its large selection of components offers a lot of freedom in the design of the integrating sphere (sphere diameter/size, amount and position of ports, diameter of ports or port reducers, sphere coating material, etc.). Fore more information see 10 step process for setting-up an individual integrating sphere.
This is complemented by a large number of integrating sphere accessories as well as customer-specific adaptation options. See our abbreviations and some guidelines and further information:
A universal kit for the custom configuration of integrating spheres and integrating sphere light sources. The use of standard components provides cost effective and timely implementation. Complete solutions for measuring systems and integrating sphere light sources.
Integrating sphere light sources with continuous broadband or LED narrow band emission spectrum. Uniform light sources for use as luminance standards for camera calibration, for the determination of veiling glare, for the adjustment of night vision devices and much more. Uniform light sources with diameters from 50 mm to 500 mm, monitor detector options, signal output control by manual and remote apertures, etc.
Spectroradiometer systems with integrating sphere for the measurement of UV-VIS-NIR spectral radiant flux (W/nm) and luminous flux (lm) and chromaticity metrics.