Note: computer not included
Record blackbody radiation spectrum under computer control
Deduct transfer function of optical components and photoreceivers
Quantitative analysis of blackbody radiation spectrum
Include Tungsten-Bromine lamp with power supply
LEOI-63 is specifically designed to measure the blackbody radiation energy or the radiation energy of an emission light source. This system can automatically record the radiation spectrum of an emission light source. By varying the color temperature of the light source, the phenomenon as described by Wien's displacement law can be quantitatively analyzed through the recorded radiation spectrum of the light source. This system can be used to precisely verify the Planck's law and Stefan-Boltzmann's law. Based on the Planck's formula, system software can calculate the theoretical radiation spectrum of an absolute blackbody at any given temperature. It can also correct the emissivity coefficient (ε) of a Tungsten-Bromine lamp at various temperatures.
The instruction manual contains comprehensive materials including experimental configurations, principles and step-by-step instructions. Please click Experiment Theory and Contents to find more information about this apparatus.
In addition, the infrared spectrometer can be used as a stand-alone instrument for spectroscopy with the software provided.
Using this system, the following experiment examples can be conducted:
1. Verify the Planck’s law of radiation
2. Verify the Stefan-Boltzmann law
3. Verify the Wien’s Displacement law
4. Study the relationship of radiation intensity between a blackbody and a non-blackbody emitter
5. Learn how to measure the radiation energy curve of a non-blackbody emitter
|Wavelength Range||800 nm ~ 2500 nm|
|Focal Length of Collimation Lens||302 mm|
|Wavelength Accuracy||± 4 nm|
|Wavelength Repeatability||≤ 2 nm|
|Power and Control Unit||1|
Software CD (Windows 7/8/10, 32/64-Bit PCs)
|Tungsten-Bromine Lamp (LLC-1)||1|
|Color Filter (White and Yellow)||1 each|