Centroid Wavelength (nm)
The centroid wavelength indicates where the “center of mass” of the spectrum is. It is located in the centroid position of the spectrum.
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Palm Light Rainbow-Light launched for the spectrometer products SuperScope 180 ~ 1100 nm, UV - Vis - full range of infrared, all-powerful super-spectrometer. The exclusive "Dynamic Thermal Balance (DTE)" technology of the Super Spectrometer allows it to have the thermal stability and shock resistance that conventional spectrometers can not, and solves the instability of the traditional optical spectrometer due to complex optical components.