The IR LED Analyser has a unique fiber which has been specially selected and prepared and must be used in conjunction with the Feasa Optical Head that was specifically designed for Infrared LED Testing.
|Operating Range 700nm to 950nm Excellent Repeatability for Wavelength & Intensity|
|Ideal for Security & Survellience Applications|
|Available in 3 and 10 and 20 Channel Models|
|Supplied with Software|
USB offers a very simple interface to the IR LED Analyser with no requirement for an additional power supply. Very high baud rates, up to 460800 baud, are available. The RS232 Serial Port is easy to use with a max baud rate of 115200. It requires the use of an external power supply.
Multiple IR LED Analysers can be connected together using the Daisy Chain Connectors. Only one RS232 Serial Port or USB Port is required to connect up to 30 LED Analysers.
The Feasa Terminal is an easy to use program which connects to the IR LED Analyser and allows a command to be sent. Sent commands and responses are displayed on the window for review and can be saved for future reference or for debug purposes. Key features include: - Script processor allows multiple commands to be sent to the Analyser sequentially - All commands can be saved to keep a record the command sequences - Commands can be recalled using the up-arrow key on the keyboard to speed up the debug process.
This program provides an easy to use interface with the IR LED Analyser to allow adjustment of measured intensity. These adjustments are used to compensate for small variations in the measurement output from channel to channel. Adjustments can be made manually or Automatically.
|Automatic adjustment of the Output Intensity of each Measurement Channel.|
|Manual adjustment for fine tuning of each Measurement Channel (fiber).|
|Recall previously store adjustment values.|
|Save adjustments to a file to be recalled later.|
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