The Science Of Measuring Light
At Gigahertz-Optik, we're committed to excellence in the science of measuring light. Our team of specialized engineers are experts in light measurement technology and have the proven experience and light measurement expertise to create innovative products that suit your production needs.
Learn From The Industry Experts
We're quite serious about light measurement here at Gigahertz-Optik. Just check out the in-depth information that we present in our Knowledge Base section on light measurement at top. Interested in light measurement applications by industry? Take a look at our Gigahertz-Optik corporate website to see our extensive list.
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From Light Meters & Radiometers
At Gigahertz-Optik, we carry a complete line of light meters, radiometers, photometers, detectors, filters, input devices, integrating spheres and associated accessories.
To Custom Designed Solutions
Whether you are looking for a simple luxmeter, an OEM supplier or fully customized equipment and services, we can help you while remaining within your budget.
Modular Design Approach
With a stock list of over 1300 parts coupled with our modular design philosophy, you can expand the capabilities of your existing equipment to fulfill new applications in the future.
Our ISO/IEC/EN 17025 accredited calibration laboratory for optical radiation measurement quantities (DAkks Accreditation Number D-K-15047-01 - pdf download) ensures the highest possible industry level light measurement instrument calibrations.
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