A versatile and durable hand-held spectroradiometer for accurate analysis in the 325 nm – 1075 nm spectral range.
HandHeld 2: Hand-held VNIR Spectroradiometer
It is a versatile and durable hand-held spectroradiometer that utilizes the FieldSpec 4 VNIR spectrometer for accurate analysis in the 325 nm – 1075 nm spectral range.
The HandHeld 2 provides the ideal combination of performance, portability, and durability. It employs a high-sensitivity detector array, a low stray light grating, a built-in shutter, DriftLock dark current compensation, and second-order filtering to produce a high signal-to-noise spectrum in under a second.
Field data acquisition is streamlined with embedded remote sensing software. The results are shown on an integrated, high-visibility color display making sample collection simple, in challenging areas without the worry of carrying a computer.
The optional GPS accessory accelerates data collection, simplifies location/spectrum correlation and eliminates the need for external location record keeping. In addition, it can serve as a VNIR-only hand-held spectrometer when used with a fiber optic cable and contact probe accessories.
|Wavelength Range||325-1075 nm|
|Wavelength Accuracy||±1 nm|
|Spectral Resolution||<3.0 nm @ 700 nm|
|Noise Equivalence Radiance (NEdL)|| Standard: 5x10-9W/cm2/nm/sr @ 700 nm,
Pro: 5x10-10W/cm2/nm/sr @ 700 nm
|Integration Time||8.5 ms minimum (selectable)|
|Field of View||25° (optional fore optics available)|
|Memory Storage||Up to 2,000 spectrum files|
|Power||Four AA batteries (standard or rechargeable) or 5 V 1.5A AC/DC
|Battery Life||Factory supplied rechargeable: up to 2.5 hrs,
Lithium: up to 5 hrs (manufacturer dependent),
Alkaline: approximately 1.5 hrs
|Display||6.8 cm (2.7 in) diagonal, tilting color LCD|
|Interfaces||One Mini B USB (PC communications), One Mini TRS jack (Remote
trigger), Two Type A USB (Future use)
|Computer||Software RS3 controlling software ViewSpecPro post processing
software HH2 Sync interface software
|Targeting||Integral red laser (available with optional sighting scope)|
|Weight||1.2 kg (2.6 lbs) (w/batteries)
|Dimensions (H x W x D)||90 x 140 x 215 mm (3.5 x 5.5 x 8.5 in)|
|Temperature Range|| 0° to 40° C
|Tripod Mount||¼”-20 Mounting hole|
|Standard Accessories||Pelican™ travel case (meets FAA carry-on requirements), Spectralon® white panel, 4 rechargeable batteries, battery charger, AC/DC power supply, USB cable, USB memory stick and D-handle|
Hi-Brite Contact Probe:
For non-destructive contact measurements and characterization of mineral and ore samples.
Foreoptics control the field-of-view and maximize data collection to better meet specific application requirements. A wide selection of foreoptics lenses are available for use with the FieldSpec® 3 and FieldSpec® HandHeld 2 spectroradiometer systems.Ideal for analysis of grain, food, and other irregularly or non-homogeneous material samples.
Use with ASD’s family of Contact Probes for non-destructive, one-handed functionality, and improved analysis of live vegetation and other thin heat sensitive targets
Reference panels are available in calibrated and non-calibrated diffuse white and gray, in varying sizes and reflectance levels, including encapsulated gray scale (NIST/NRC traceable) wavelength and USP standards for USP 1119.
- Airborne Remote Sensing Measurements
- Atmospheric Remote Sensing Research and Spectral Irradiance Studies
- Climate Effects
- Landscape Ecology and Ecology Research
- Field Spectroscopy and Field Spectroradiometry Research
- Remote Sensing and Geology
- Ground Truthing
- Spectral Remote Sensing for Hyperspectral and Multispectral Imagery Analysis
- Remote Sensing of Water – Oceans, Coastal and Inland Water Bodies
- Ice Characteristics Research and Snow Research
- Spectroradiometry and Radiometric Calibration
- Agriculture and Soil Analysis
- Optics and Photonics Applications Using Vis/NIR Spectroradiometers
- Commercial Agricultural and Vegetation Analysis
- Crops and Soils Research for Soil Nutrients Analysis
- Light Energy Measurement and Satellite Sensor and In-flight Calibration
- Optical Radiation Measurement in Optics and Photonics