Multi-channel atomic emission spectrometer for chemical analysis of elemental composition in metals and alloys - EMAS-200D is intended for chemical compound analysis (over 50 elements) of any
substances and materials.
The device for measurement of the general content of ozone in the atmosphere (GCO) based on registration of the ultra-violet sunlight reaching the Earth surface in a spectral range of 295-320
Installation for the automated measurement of total nitrogen dioxide in the atmosphere on the basis of a monochromator MDR-23
The installation is used for determination of the total content of nitrogen dioxide in the atmosphere. It is based on an automated spectrophotometer that measures the spectral intensity of the solar
radiation scattered from the zenith during twilight in the spectral range of 435-450 nm.
A modern small-size UV spectroradiometer, visible-near-infrared spectra of 0,35-1,05 µ in combination with a PC provide high-precision absolute measurements and express analysis of characteristics
of radiation, dispersion, transmission, absorption and luminescence of various natural and artificial objects and environments in natural and laboratory conditions.
The spectrometer can be used to transfer spectral radiance units for calibration, as well as a general purpose spectroradiometer to determine the characteristics of materials and objects based on absolute or relative measurements of reflected or own light radiance
Block external sensors to measure the pulse of gamma and optical radiation in the upper atmosphere of the Earth BVD
ESU is designed for simultaneous measurement of pulse gamma and optic radiations of Earth upper atmosphere following such phenomena as transients, sprites, jets, thunder storms, electric
Laser video micro-spectrometric system (VMSS) for analysis of characteristics of crooked spatial objects
Video micro-spectrometric system VMSS is designed for the analysis of spectral characteristics of large objects with a complex heterogeneous structure with spatial resolution.