It is now possible for simultaneous hyperspectral observations from 280nm to 530nm of direct sun, moon and scattered sky light with the advanced technology of SciGlob’s Pandora 1Spectrometer system. The system’s versatility allows for it to be packaged in a Field Deployable or 5URack Mount enclosure, making it perfect for a field or lab setting.
Capitalizing on today’s low-cost, miniaturized, fiber-fed hyperspectral spectrometers, the Pandora 2S Instrument increases the atmospheric remote sensing capabilities of any research station. This precise, modular, and versatile measurement system is capable of measuring total columns and profile information of trace gases such as nitrogen dioxide, ozone, formaldehyde, and others.
Mounted on a microprocessor-controlled azimuth, elevation tracker, the Pandora 2S is capable of pointing anywhere in the sky. Complimentary control software allows automated measurements and remote monitoring and data transfers over the internet. Field deployable without requiring large support facilities.
For the more extreme climates the Field Deployable housing can be customized to suit your needs. The 5U Rack Mount configuration fits in a standard 48cm (19”) computer server rack for those situations where the system is housed in a trailer or lab. The Rack Mount is thermally stabilized with easy to open access panels for maintenance. Both systems provide the same quality optical performance and remote access capabilities when coupled to the Pandora 1S Head Sensor and Sun Tracker.