The BluLoop Light Source from Ocean Optics (Dunedin, FL) is a compact, LED-based source with balanced spectral output across the visible (400-700 nm) range. When coupled to a miniature spectrometer, optical fibers, and sampling accessories, Blu- Loop can be used for color and reflectance measurements and general-purpose VIS-NIR spectroscopy. The four LEDs are individually tunable for balancing of the spectral output. BluLoop produces “flatter” spectral output in the visible range for more predictable response, especially for color analysis.
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