Portable spectrometer Lumini T
Lumini T is an USB spectrometric camera.
Probably the first with open source software running in web browser.
Allows realtime acquisition of spectra on laptop or Raspberry Pi with touch screen.
The main applications are in light monitoring, chemical kinetics spectrometry or laser measurement. Spectrometer, radiometer, colorimeter fully programmable.
Lumini T can be operated from a PC, laptop, Raspberry Pi or other portable rigs.
The software is running in a web browser window, running on:
Irradiance, (PAR*), (NDVI*), (RGB*), CMYK*, X,Y* Color Temperature (CCT CIE 17.4-1987)*,
Color Rendering Index
CRI*, CQS*, CIE1931*, CIE1976*, C78.377-2008*, IEC-SDCM* Spectrum Diagram λp*, λD*
Built-in light sources
None, (*Up to three light sources can be built in, certain combinations of lights not possible)USB cable powered, no internal battery
microSD card or USB2.0
Dimensions LxWxH (preliminary)
130 L x 25 W x 25 H mm
I arranged a heavily reduced price with the manufacturer, in case minimum order quantity of 8 can be met, we can get a substantially lower price on the item. They agreed to ship individually to each customer directly.
One Lumini T portable spectrometer with integrated uSD card for measurements, USB micro-B cable, open source software for realtime measurement of spectra. Shipping is worldwide Fedex 2-3 business days.
Not available / campaign unsuccessful, end date: Wed, 13 May 2020 04:41:00 PDT
Here is the comparison for your convenience.
No source code provided with software.
Ocean Insight Spectrometer 350nm - 1000 nm $3881.00
OceanView 2.0 Software From $243.00
Ocean Development Drivers From $243.00
Thorlabs Compact 200 - 1000 nm, $3,042.92
Thorlabs Compact 500 - 1000 nm, $2,157.75
Thorlabs Compact 350 - 700 nm, $2,157.75
Thorlabs Software is Windows only, no source code, no development libraries. - free 423 MB package with .NET junk.
Lumini T: 350 -- 900nm, $1,111.00
Windows, OS X, Raspberry Pi, Linux
Runs in Firefox, Chrome, Safari.
Web restful API included.
Allows e.g. server running on Raspberry Pi in a brewery realtime,
remote monitoring via http client on multiple clients around the world.
cheaper in material costs, build it yourself, final price depends on how valuable or cheap your time is.
Limitation in A/D resolution, dynamic range, minimum exposure time, sometimes running on obscure, closed platforms like Particle Photon.
Software for real work is a pain point here, virtually non-existent.Post last edited: 4 months ago