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Instruments used to measure the reflectance of a surface. (spaceflight.nasa.gov)


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  • Reflectometers

    Surface Optics Corporation

    Surface Optics Corporation’s measurement division performed an in-house data comparison of the 410-Solar portable reflectometer vs. the Agilent Cary 5000 lab reflectometer. The purpose of this exercise was to evaluate the accuracy and performance of a portable reflectometer and compare it to that of a laboratory reflectometer for determining solar reflectance of sample roofing materials.

  • Reflectometers

    ESP and ESP+ - Eclypse International

    The Eclypse ESP and ESP+ Reflectometers are user friendly, menu driven meters designed to provide the operator with plain language displays describing the type [open or short] and location from the measurement point to the wiring fault. The ESP alphanumeric screen will not only display the status of your meter, but also give you step-by-step instructions to guide you through all operations.

  • Reflectometers

    Luna Technologies

    High resolution OFDR – Resolve individual features with spatial resolution down to 10 microns.High sensitivity – 70 dB of dynamic range and -130 dB sensitivity.Long range – Measure up to 2000 meters in length with a single connection, single scan.Single Connection IL and RL – Measure insertion and return loss in a single scan.Locate loss events – Monitor backscatter levels to isolate losses due to bends, crimps, bad splices, etc.“Look inside” devices – High resolution and sensitivity enable inspection of individual components within a subsystem.Polarization Tracking – Track changes in the state-of-polarization as light propagates through an optical network.Intuitive graphical interface – All key data and graphs in a simple, easy to use interface.Distributed sensing – Use standard optical fiber to monitor the changes in temperature and strain

  • Handheld Reflectometers

    Surface Optics Corporation

    Reflectometers are portable contact measurement devices designed to take precise, accurate reflectance and emittance measurements.

  • Spectroscopic Reflectometer

    SR Series - Angstrom Sun Technologies, Inc.

    Spectroscopic reflectometer (SR) series are relative low cost and easy to use tools. To enusre accurate measurement on spectra, a long working distance and also adjustable working distance set up are professionaly desgined and considered. Since reflection spectra measurments require to use known reference to calibrate light intensity, it is hard to image user could get accurate spectra without optimizing signal step during such calibration because reference thickness is different from sample substrate's thickness in most of cases. Adjusting power output to lamp is our another consideration in ensuring a good measurement by reducing non-linearity effect of the detector

  • RF Reflectometer

    M9408A - Keysight Technologies

    The M9408A modules are custom built and tested to nominal* performance characteristics. This product has the same warranty and support services as other Keysight instruments. Because it is custom built, Keysight recommends checking availability and delivery information before ordering the product.

  • DHR Directional Hemispherical Reflectometer

    SOC-410 - Surface Optics Corporation

    The SOC-410 Directional Hemispherical Reflectometer is the first of its class handheld reflectometer for quick and accurate measurements of optical constants of surfaces in the infrared spectral region. It is the only fully portable hand-held device for quick inspection of coatings and materials in the field. The DHR head measures the optical constants of materials for six spectral regions.

  • Digital impulse reflectometer

    RIF-9 - Kharkovenergopribor Ltd.

    Digital impulse reflectometer RIF-9 is designed for determining the distance to a fault in communication and power cables. Digital impulse reflectometer RIF-9 allows: Determining the distance to a fault or discontinuity in symmetric and asymmetric cables using a location (time domain reflection) method; Measuring the length of a cable (including those wound on a drum) or distance to a fault or a short circuit;

  • Time Domain Reflectometer

    TDR 500 - BAUR Prüf- und Messtechnik GmbH

    Handheld Time Domain Reflectometer. The handheld time domain reflectometer TDR 500 and TDR 510 are used for fault location in all metal cables such as power cables, coaxial cables, data cables and communication cables.* Configurable for various measurement ranges and cable types* Standard-compliant, safe measurements on life cables through the measurement category CAT IV / 600 V (with separation filter)* Ideal for fault location in the area of telecommunication, video technology, data and security technology

  • Optical Time-Domain Reflectometer

    OTDR - Shanghai Grandway Telecom Tech. Co., Ltd

    An OTDR is the optical equivalent of an electronic time domain reflectometer. It injects a series of optical pulses into the fiber under test and extracts, from the same end of the fiber, light that is scattered or reflected back from points along the fiber.

  • Time Domain Reflectometer

    BAUR TDR 510 - BAUR Prüf- und Messtechnik GmbH

    Handheld Time Domain Reflectometer TDR 510. The BAUR handheld time domain reflectometer TDR 510 is used for fault location in all metal cables such as power cables, coaxial cables, data cables and communication cables. The BAUR TDR 510 comes with a device storage for 50 measurements and the option to compare the trace of an active TDR measurement with a stored trace.* Configurable for various measurement ranges and cable types* Standard-compliant, safe measurements on live cables through the measurement category CAT IV / 600 V* Ideal for fault location in the area of telecommunication, video technology, data and security technology

  • Optical Time Domain Reflectometer

    OTDR II - IDEAL NETWORKS

    The OTDR II (Optical Time Domain Reflectometer) excels in fault finding on fibre cabling with industry-leading specifications and performance levels on both single-mode and multimode fibre networks. Not only does OTDR II deliver accurate test data and pass/fail results, it also offers automated fault-finding capabilities that help to minimise network downtime.

  • Time Domain Reflectometers

    Megger Group Ltd.

    Time domain reflectometers (TDR) are used in cable fault detection and pre-location. This form of cable testing is executed by transmitting an incident signal on to the cable and listening for the signal reflections. If the cable is of uniform impedance and is correctly terminated then there will be no reflections and the incident signal will be absorbed at the end of the cable by the termination. If there is a cable fault then some of the incident signal will be reflected back to the TDR .

  • BDR Bidirectional Reflectometer

    SOC-210 - Surface Optics Corporation

    The SOC-210 Bidirectional Reflectometer is a precision laboratory instrument designed for mapping bidirectional reflectance distribution functions (BRDF) of surfaces, paints, coatings, liquids, and particles. The SOC-210 BDR measures the BRDF of samples from the ultraviolet to infrared spectral range (including visible) using an assortment of interchangeable sources, spectral bandpass filters, and detectors. Complete hemispherical coverage is obtained by varying both incident polar and azimuth angles and reflected polar and azimuth angles.

  • Optical Time Domain Reflectometer

    Yokogawa Meters & Instruments Corporation

    An optical time domain reflectometer (OTDR) is a precision instrument used to locate events or faults along a fiber link, typically within an optical communications network. The OTDR launches a series of high speed optical pulses into the fiber to be measured. Various events on the fiber generates a Rayleigh back scatter that returns to the OTDR and the strength of the return pulses are measured and integrated as a function of time, and plotted as a function of fiber length. The horizontal axis is the distance and the vertical axis is the loss.