optical spectrometer / laboratory / for analysis / R&D
GL Spectis 1.0

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  • Type:


  • Field:

    laboratory, for analysis, R&D, for production, measurement, for spectral analysis, optical, agriculture, indoor/outdoor, for displays

  • Other characteristics:

    compact, USB, handheld, for quality control, portable, for production, goniometer

  • Wavelength:

    Min.: 340 nm

    Max.: 780 nm


This high-quality and easy to operate device gives you all you need for reliable light measurement. Implementing this practical instrument in your development and production environments can help you improve the light quality of your product and accelerate development.

With its coded and interchangeable measurement head, the GL Spectis 1.0 can be combined with optical probes, integrating spheres or goniometers to measure any type of light sources, displays as well as LED lights. Thanks to its high sensitivity and accuracy, it is the perfect solution for light measurement.

Compact Yet Powerful

Don’t let the small size fool you. The Spectis 1.0 handheld spectroradiometer can measure any light source and provide the results you need. Evaluate products meet spec before you buy, develop better products faster, or ensure your products are manufactured properly. The Spectis 1.0 can be configured to do it all.


Depending on your application you can use this handheld spectroradiometer as an illuminance / irradiance meter when you connect it to your PC, you can plug it to a small integrating sphere for single LEDs color and lumen measurements or combine it with a larger integrating sphere for the testing of luminous flux and efficacy of LEDs. Luminance testing is also possible with the use of dedicated GL Opti Probes.

Cost Effective

The GL Spectis 1.0 is a measuring device suitable for the final assessment of lamps as well as for testing of complete lighting installations. Combining high accuracy and low cost, it is an excellent instrument choice for common LED measurement applications.