Topcon Spectroradiometers
Measure Luminance, Chromaticity, CCT, Spectral distribution of LCDs, LEDs, OLEDs, FPDs, Lights, more

Topcon SR-5000 Spectroradiometer

SR-5000

2D
Spectroradiometer

Spectrum measurement with
1.4 mega pixel CCD image sensor
Luminance Range: 0.005 – 5,000,000 cd/m²

Topcon SR-LEDW Spectroradiometer

SR-LEDW

Wide Dynamic Range
Spectroradiometer

High sensitivity and wide
dynamic range spectroradiometer
Luminance Range: 0.0005 – 5,000,000 cd/m²

Topcon SR-UL2 Ultra-Low Luminance Spectroradiometer

SR-UL2

Ultra-Low Luminance
Spectroradiometer

Measure low luminance quickly at
around 17sec for 0.005 cd/m²
Luminance Range: 0.0005 – 300,000 cd/m²

Topcon SR-UL1R Ultra-Low Luminance Spectroradiometer

SR-UL1R

Ultra-Low Luminance
Spectroradiometer

Ideal for high contrast flat panels,
instrument panels, light sources
Luminance Range: 0.001 – 300,000 cd/m²

Topcon SR-3AR Spectroradiometer

SR-3AR

Spectroradiometer

High sensitivity and wide
dynamic range spectroradiometer
Luminance Range: 0.1 – 300,000 cd/m²

TOpcon SR-LEDH Ultra-High Speed Spectroradiometer

SR-LEDH

Ultra-High Speed
Spectroradiometer

Meets high speed and accuracy requirements in production / QC
Luminance Range: 10 – 4,500,000 cd/m²

TOpcon SR-NIR Near-Infrared Spectroradiometer

SR-NIR

Near-Infrared
Spectroradiometer

Measure near-infrared spectral from
600nm to 1030nm

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Applications Include

Optical measurements for product design, engineering, R&D, QA/QC, and compliance testing of a variety of displays and lighting products including:

  • LED backlights
  • LED lighting
  • HDTVs, laptops, tablets
  • Smart phone displays
  • Automotive lighting
  • Automotive displays
  • Aerospace displays
  • Traffic signals
  • Outdoor displays
  • Digital signage
  • Industrial equipment
  • Consumer electronics
  • and more…
Spectroradiometer Measuring LCD with Test Pattern

How do Spectroradiometers measure light?

Unlike color filter colorimeters which use optical filters to measure CIE tri-stimulus values (X,Y,Z), spectroradiometers use a diffraction grating, relay optics, and a CCD sensor to measure the sampled light dispersed by wavelength.

The visible band “rainbow” of light falling on the sensor is converted to electrical signals which are captured, corrected, processed, and reported as an array of radiance values and derived colorimetric results.

The CIE XYZ values are computed from the full array of spectral data using precision math functions (standard tri-stimulus integrals) prescribed by the CIE.