Programmed to be portable and user-friendly.
MoreSpectra software displays the captured data from the MK-350 Series spectrometers on your computer!
MoreSpectra software is designed to make light and color measurements easy to use. Using the UPRtek MK-350N, MK-350S or MK-350D saved files in Excel format, MoreSpectra displays the high 1nm resolution files in brilliant color with simple to understand information while offering the fine details required of a seasoned expert. Zoom in on any portion of any graph to closely analyze small details. Copy and paste spectral graphs or CIE 1931 and CIE 1976 or the entire screen shot to Word documents, PowerPoint presentations, Excel files, sales brochures, or even e-mails easily.
One of the advantages of the MoreSpectra software is that it is licensed to three individual computers instead of one, allowing multiple users to view results.
Correlated Color Temperature (CCT)
Photopic & Scotopic ratio with graph
CIE 1931 and CIE 1976 with color references and X,Y & U,V to six digits
Color Rendering Index (CRI)
Ra Special CRI R1-R15 with color references
Zoom in to see details in Spectrum graphs and CIE 1931 & 1976
ANSI White Bin boxes with zoom and Cree reference numbers in the CIE 1931
Cursor tool; cursor position noted in NM and value and X,Y or U,V plus delta (cursor to measured position)
Requires Windows XP or newer operating system with Microsoft Excel. Mac computers run MoreSpectra very well with a Windows program.
Compatible with each spectrometer model in the MK-350 Series. To purchase MoreSpectra separately or as a packaged kit with any MK-350 model, Click to E-mail Us.
The Mobile Ellipse program in MoreSpectra
The 2-step MacAdam Ellipses define the average human's response to colors. Mobile Ellipse uses the original 25 stationary ellipses and synthesizes what the shape, size and orientation would be at any point on the 1931 Chromaticity diagram. The default size of the ellipse is the most popular 2-step size, but you have the option to change the size.
New generation light today have shown the same or very similar Kelvin Temperatures, yet do not match one another like lights did in the past. The example below shows four lights with Kelvin temperatures between 2910 and 2942 all with 93+ CRI. The Ellipse will identify which ones will look the same when placed near each other, before you buy, sell or install them. Black X is the light displayed with the Green, Red and Blue small x's being comparison light readings added by the user for comparison. The Green X lamp would be noticeably off color to the others even though it was made by the same company as the black X lamp and has a very close Kelvin Temperature.
Click on the images below to see them in a larger view.
The relative color spectrum displays the light colors produced by the light and the PPF Chart shows you what your plants will see. Now you can see in full color the science of light before your plants do. Above is a full spectrum LED.
Above is a specific spectrum LED. If your plant doesn't need Green light, why spend money producing it.
Call old school or proven by time, above is a sample of a Sodium grow light.
Above is a Full Spectrum Plasma Grow Light.
As you can see with the CRI and CQS graphs in MoreSpectra every color in these lamps is above Par, and they would work well in most any Retail Product display, your living room or a in Stage Set Lighting.
In the Relative Spectrum Graph of MoreSpectra we can lay out the Spectrums of all four lamps at once to see that they are all in fact producing pretty equal and complete color spectrums typical of a warm toned LED.
Here is where the Problem is first seen. With MoreSpectra we'll Zoom in on this in the next screens. But here are the X and Y position plotted on the CIE 1931 with the Isotherm lines Referenced. See the Zoom screen next.
Zoomed in chart above, but with ME cursor changed from arrow to MacAdam's 2-step Ellipse (sizes can adjust 1-10 step). We can move ellipse around to see if lamps will color match or with different size ellipses judge if lamps can be used near each other.
The ANSI bins and the bottom screen display of MoreSpectra makes notations of the exact target goal for lamp manufacturing.