PDA / Computer

Spectra Vista resells a variety of high quality, rugged computing devices that can be used in the field to reliably acquire and store data from our family of instruments. These devices all run our i-Series Data Acquisition Software and support both wired and wireless instrument connections.


We recommend the Panasonic Toughbook® series of laptops running the Windows operating system. The quality, durability and reliability of Panasonic’s Toughbook make them the right choice for field operations.

Their business-rugged line includes computers that can withstand bangs, bumps and spillage; their fully-rugged line can survive extreme conditions, such as drops up to six feet, rain, dust and extraordinary swings in temperature. Click here for more details.

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Every full-range i-Series spectroradiometer is supplied with a Trimble Juno® T41 PDA running the Windows Embedded Hand Held operating system.

The Juno T41 rugged handheld computer is designed to be long-lasting and work through mishaps that would sideline lesser products. The Juno T41 PDA is built to MIL-STD- 810G standards with IP68 ratings to survive hostile conditions in the field. Click here for more details.


The Trimble® Yuma® 2 tablet computer is designed for ruggedness and ease of use with everything users expect from a tablet computer. It offers a super bright sunlight-readable display and capacitive touch screen.

The operating system is Windows 7 Professional, so the user can add other applications as needed to support field work. Its light weight and extended battery life make it an ideal platform for field use. Click here for more details.


We proudly offer a wide range of accessories designed specifically for our spectroradiometers, ensuring every function you need is right at your fingertips.



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Just want the data? Our latest Product Specification Matrix has exactly what you’re looking for. All of our instruments are laid side by side for easy comparison of their specifications. There’s even a link for a printable PDF.