Gamma Scientific introduces new Flex Optometer

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15856 0 thumb Date Announced: 17 Jan 2008

-- Advanced photometric lab tool has up to four interchangeable detector heads

San Diego, CA –- Gamma Scientific, Inc. ( announces the high-performance flexOptometer, a radiometer/photometer designed to operate as either a stand-alone instrument or a computer-controlled, full-function photometric, radiometric or fiber optic measurement tool.

Gamma’s new model is available with a single head or with up to four interchangeable detector heads for optimal flexibility. The 4-channel, flexOptometer includes a new touch-screen backlit LCD interface that offers the end user immediate readout results.

Highly configurable via the USB, RS-232, RS-485, and IEEE-488.2 computer interfaces, it is easy to integrate into existing lab instrument architectures. The new light-measuring instrument offers faster, more accurate measurements than any previously available optometric system.

The new electronic design is based on Gamma Scientific’s advanced performance, highly reliable, TIA-3000 measurement systems, which have become the primary working standards of several National Standards Labs.

Ideal for testing and light measurement applications such as display, LED, laser power, fiber optics, strobe or signal light measurements and more, Gamma’s flexOptometer is available in OEM volume.

Gamma Scientific
A global supplier since 1961, Gamma Scientific offers the world’s most comprehensive selection of instrumentation for optical radiation measurement. Dedicated to accuracy, reliability, versatility and ease of operation, Gamma Scientific is a technology pioneer, setting pace with such innovations as computer-controlled light measurement systems, radiometers without controls and tri-color photomultiplier/detector assemblies.

Eric Nelson, Sales Manager Phone: 858-279-8034 / 800-637-2758 Fax: 858-576-9286


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