With over 50 years of experience in developing light measurement instruments, Gamma Scientific is trusted by the world’s leading organizations to provide accurate and reliable results.
Based in San Diego, California, Gamma Scientific manufactures laboratory grade thin film measurement systems, spectroradiometers, integrating spheres and calibration light sources.
Gamma Scientific also operates an ISO 17025 compliant, NVLAP accredited calibration and testing laboratory (NVLAP Laboratory code 200823-0).
Gamma Scientific was founded in San Diego, California in 1961 by Harold Field and Royal Akin. Harold Field had been an executive at Stromberg Carlson and Royal Akin a researcher at the Visibility Laboratory of the University of California San Diego. It was their vision to furnish customers with instruments dedicated to accuracy, versatility and ease of operation in the area of light measurement.
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