Colour Photometer

The physical science considers light as electromagnetic waves. Colour is defined as a light released sense impression, mediated by eye. It is not a clear defined magnitude like e.g. temperature or pressure, colour is a subjective impression. A colour impression will be caused, in case electromagnetic waves of the visible spectrum (wavelengths of about 380nm up to 750nm) will fall on the eye. White light (colourless) consists from the summation of all colours of the visible spectrum. A colour impression accrues for the eye, in case a specific range of wavelengths within the visible spectrum will be absorbed.


Monitek Model Messenger (MSG)

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Sensors of our inline colour Photometer

Monitek Model MoniSpec-AD

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Model UVS-1

Information UV/VIS Photometer