Spectral Evolution – Spectrometers and Spectroradiometers


Models can be used for a variety of environmental applications, including analysis relating to  vegetation, crops, water, snow and ice, forestry, microbial studies, and atmospheric studies.

Earth Sciences

Products listed focus on geological applications, such as mineral identification, mineral studies, mining exploration, soil analysis, and gas and oil studies. The models are also built for general spectroscopy applications.

Consumer Related

Model applications relate to industry specific needs. The listed examples only act as guidelines for product use.


All the Spectral Evolution products available. Please note that examples listed are only guidelines for product use.

What is a Spectrometer?

Spectrometers are instruments that are used to measure the amount of electromagnetic energy present in a specific wavelength range. Spectrometers are able to provide very precise data as a result of its ability to take extremely accurate measurements. This data can be quantified and used for various analytical purposes.

What is a Spectroradiometer?

Spectroradiometers are designed to measure spectral radiance or irradiance across various spectral ranges. The high accuracy provided by a spectroradiometer makes it a great reference instrument in research and development laboratories.

What is a Spectrophotometer?

Spectrophotometers are colour measurement devices used to capture and evaluate colour. Spectrophotometers can measure a wide range of objects, including liquids, plastics, paper, metal and fabrics, and help ensure that colour remains consistent from conception to delivery.

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