View Jaz Spectrometers on the Ocean Optics website Sign up for our Monthly eNewsWire In part two, we demonstrate how to bring the data from our absolute irradiance measurement, into SpectraSuite Software. Via the SD card, we save to the computer and through SpectraSuite, process the data and calculate power, photometry and color parameters.
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In this lecture series, we introduce the three types of software communication with the Jaz Spectrometer. Part one discusses software terms and definitions and the Jaz Scripting Language. For information on OmniDriver and The Jaz API (Messaging Protocol) continue onto Parts two and three. For more information on the Jaz and Ocean Optics software, visit […]
In this lecture series, we introduce the three types of software communication with the Jaz Spectrometer. Part two discusses software development using OmniDriver. In part three, we discuss The Jaz API (Messaging Protocol) For more information on the Jaz and Ocean Optics software, visit http://www.oceanoptics.com
In this video, Dr. Aaron Gage presents the Industrial Module of the Jaz Spectroscopy Suite, AKA the Jaz Indy. This presentation includes the system in use, a thorough discussion of specifications, and additional demonstrations. For more information on the Jaz Indy, visit us online at http://www.oceanoptics.com/products/jazindy.asp
In this video, we Introduce you to the Jaz PX pulsed xenon light source for the Jaz modular sensing system. The Jaz-PX has a specified pulse frequency of 200 Hz (maximum 500 Hz), spectral response from 190-1100 nm, and is ideal for UV-VIS applications such as absorbance, bioreflectance, fluorescence and phosphorescence. We will walk you […]