What is a FieldSpec?
FieldSpec is true field spectroradiometer, used by researcher to perform solar spectral reflectance, radiance, and irrance measure in VIS, NIR, IR range.
What is a FiedSpec 2 from Optosky ?
Optosky ATP9100 is self-developed to satisfy market demands, since ASD stop production of FieldSpec HH2, customers tend to Optosky for ASD FieldSpec Handheld 2 Hand-held spectroradiometer at a competitive cost, easy -to-use instrument. ATP9100 or ATP9100 base on FieldSpec 2 experience to launch a brand new Android platform software with 5" HD touch screen. User-friendly design received great popularity in the market.
Optosky ATP9100 or ATP9100F 300-1100 nm handheld fieldspec spectroradiometer offer an economical solution for field researcher. software at android software
Optosky ATP9110 300-1100 nm Mini hand-held fieldspec spectroradiometer offer an cheap solution for field researcher，software at mobile app
What is a FieldSpec 4 from Optosky?
Optosky ATP9110 or ATP9110H is self-developed portable field spectroradiometer at a lower cost, customers tend to purchase atlower price model with the similar performance competting ASD fieldspec 4, so Optosky pricing at 30% favorable than ASD fieldspec 4, which is a perfect VNIR alternative to the full range of fieldspec 4 product lines.
Optosky ATP9110-17 @0.8-1.4 nm@756 nm, 5-8 nm @1400 nm. ATP9110-17 provide an alternative for higher performance requirements but cover 900-1700 nm range instead.
Optosky ATP9110 @ 0.8-1.4 nm@756 nm, 7-12 nm @1400&2100 nm. ATP9100 vs ASD @ FieldSpec Standard or Hi-Res FieldSpec
Optosky ATP9110H @ 0.8-1.4 nm@756 nm, 5-8 nm @1400&2100 nm. ATP9100H vs ASD @ FieldSpec Hi-Res or Hi-Res NG FieldSpec
What is a fieldspec application?
Optosky fieldspec are widely applied to monitor crops, measure tundra species on diskoisland, tiny leaves, broad leaves, biological soil crust, drill core in geothermal system, ground truthing, heather and bracken signatures, distinguish species plant species, lichen, moss, and biocrust samples, water reflectance, plant chlorophyll and dissolved organic matters in lakes.