MS-712 Spectroradiometer

  • Continuous outdoor measurements
  • Instant measurement of spectrum 900 nm - 1700 nm
  • Excellent Long term stability of detector array
  • Low temperature dependency of detector
  • Fully controllable by PC and datalogger
  • High quality calibration and NIST traceable
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The MS-712 can be used stand-alone but is commonly used in combination with the MS-711 to cover the spectral range from 300nm to 1700nm. MS-711 measures in the range from 300nm and 1100nm and MS-712 covers the near-infrared (NIR) range between 900nm and 1700nm. Both spectroradiometers are accurately calibrated with traceability to the International Standards and issued with a calibration uncertainty budget.

The MS-711 and MS-712 spectroradiometer are unique all-weather concept spectroradiometers with no moving parts and temperature controlled spectrometers.

Temperature changes of the detector inside the spectrometer have a strong effect on the measurement uncertainty. Therefore the sensor unit inside the MS-711 and MS-712 main body is accurately controlled at a stable temperature in order to provide the best …

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  Specifications MS-712
Wavelength range 900 - 1700 nm (50% points)
Optical resolution FWHM < 7 nm
Wavelength accuracy +/- 0.2 nm
Temperature response -10°C to 50°C < 5 %
Temp. control -5 °C
  Operating temperature range -10 - 40 °C
Exposure time 10 - 5000 msec
  Dome material BK7
  Communication RS-422 / 232C
  Power supply 12VDC, 50VA
  Dimensions mm 300 (D) x 200 (H)
Weight 7.5 kg
  Ingress protection IP 65
  Power supply (Power Adapter) 100-240VAC, 50/60Hz
Power consumption 65 W
  Power supply operating conditions -10 to 40°C / 0 to 90 %RH
  Power suply dimensions (mm) 320 (W) x 240 (D) x 180 (H)
  Power supply weight 1 kg
  Program Analysis software WSDAc
  OS Microsoft Windows 7/8/9/10
  Functions Display and analyze data
  Cable length 10 m
  Field of View FOV 180 °

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