The ULP S2 Spectra Sensor tests for LED intensity, and for any color in the visual spectrum, plus white. The S2 Spectra Sensor is well-suited for the test of “boundary” color LEDs, as it can unambiguously and repeatedly distinguish between not only adjacent visual colors such as green and yellow, but it can determine different hues of the same color such as yellow and amber, regardless of LED intensity. Implemented in a unique and customizable 2-Part solution, the S2 Spectra Sensor is assembled with your choice of Fiber-Optic Probe, including for the test of densely-spaced LEDs, bright LEDs, dim or misaligned LEDs, right-angle LEDs, and more, including the popular “Trident” Fiber-Optic Probes to sequentially test 3 LEDs with a single Sensor.
Universal LightProbe S2 Spectra Sensors test any LED color wavelength from 400 to 700 nm, and also white, providing an analog voltage output proportional to LED wavelength. There is no need to convert LED wavelength as a pulse rate – which improves the overall response time to test an LED.
The Universal LightProbe S2 Spectra Sensors also test a wide range of LED intensity, from dim to bright LEDs, without adjustment, providing an analog output ranging from 0 to 4 volts, corresponding to the LED’s intensity.