Remote sensing instruments


CE312 - High precision IR Radiometer CLIMAT

The CE312 IR radiometer CLIMAT (*)  is the benchmark precision instrument for  measurements of spectral luminance in 4 to 6 thermal InfraRed bands. Thanks to differential measurement principle, it performs radiation ...

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CE318-N - Sun Sky Multiband Photometer

The CE318-N Sun Sky photometer is the well-known version of the CE318 multiband photometer that operates at daytime.It performs automatic multiband optical measurements to provide quantification and physical-optical characterization of ...

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CE318-T - Sun Sky Lunar Multiband Photometer

As the only photometer operated by the AERONET international federation of networks since 1992, the CE318 multiband photometer is recognized as the worldwide reference for aerosol observing networks. The latest version, the ...

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CE332 - Airborne multiband infrared radiometer

CE332 is a very accurate device for measuring simultaneously an aimed target radiance and brightness over three thermal infrared  bandwidths The radiometer is specially designed to be used in mobile ...

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CE351 - Atmospheric multi-band imager

CE351 imager measures the sky radiance in 6 bandwidths from 406 nm to 628 nm. Its original patented design of its telecentric optics (Fish-eye +/- 92°) ensures an absolute measure with ...

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CE370 - Long Range Automatic Aerosol LiDAR

Eye safe LiDAR for 24/7 aerosol and cloud monitoring up to the stratosphere The CE370 LiDAR  provides continuous high performance measurements of aerosol and cloud spatial distribution on an extended range. It ...

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CE376 - Compact Automatic Aerosol LiDAR

The CE376 is a compact, eyesafe backscatter LiDAR, featuring outstanding performances for the automated continuous monitoring of aerosols. It operates in the visible (green) and/or in the near infrared (NIR) ...

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CE600 - Underwater multi-band imager

CE600 imager measures underwater multi-spectral radiances  in 6 bandwidths from 406 nm to 628 nm. Its original patented design of its telecentric optics (Fish-eye +/- 92°) ensures an absolute measure with ...

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