Arthur C Clarke institute have in hand Spectroradiometricscopic facility with hand-held contact probe and PSR-1100F portable Spectroradiometer with a spectral range of 320â€“1,100 nm which take measurements of spectral reflectance and spectral radiance of a source. This instrument is stand-alone systems that work independently without the need to be connected to a PC. This makes them highly portable while maintaining the accuracy of a spectrometer.
Spectroradiometers can handle attaining Spectral bank of spectral signatures of various sources like soil, vegetation, mineralogy and rock types and etc. Spectroradiometers are used in many applications, and can be made to meet a wide variety of specifications. Example applications include: Spectroradiometers are used to take measurements of radiation at specific wavelengths, and are used to infer plant health, determine the transmissivity of a material, monitor atmospheric energy flux, optimize electric lighting for plant growth, and many other purposes.