Display Measurement and Testing Solutions Articles
UPRtek focuses on LED handheld measuring devices' development and being the best optical solution provider. UPRtek sucessfully expands the brand reputation and assists professionals in studying the spectrum effectively through the multiple fares.read more
"UPRtek and HI-LANDKOREA CO., LTD., an agency in Korea will participate in the International exhibitions and promote the handheld MK350 Series Spectrometers & Display Measurement solutions in Korean optical markets.read more
UPRtek will have a partnership with the famous electronic devices dealer " MARUBUN CORP" in International exhibitions in Japan. We will be presenting "Handheld Spectrometer with Flicker Meter Measurement Function" and "Display Optical Measurement and Inspection Solution".read more
UPRtek and Kyokko Trading Co., Ltd, a famous optical equipment manufacturer from Japan, are partners in promoting MK350 Series handheld Spectrometer and Spectroradiometer.read more
The Grow Light Handbook
Everything thing you need to know to get started on Indoor Farming, PAR meters, and Grow Lights – history, industry, vertical farming, PPFD, types of lights, photosynthesis and more!
United Power Research and Technology
UPRtek (est. 2010) is a manufacturer of portable, high-precision light measurement instruments; Handheld Spectrometers, PAR meters, Spectroradiometers, Light Calibration Solutions.
UPRtek HQ, R&D and manufacturing are all based out of Taiwan, with Worldwide representation through our certified Global Resellers.
What is a "Spectral" PAR Meter
Valentine’s Day is approaching, and you're an anxious indoor rose farmer trying to encourage your buds to bloom in time.
The good news is that researchers have begun to understand the triggering mechanisms for seed germination, flowering, and fruiting, involving grow-light strategies
Now indoor farmers are using this information with “Spectral” PAR meters, measuring grow lights for a light metric PSS (Phytochrome Photostationary State) to trigger photomorphogenesis (i.e., plant transformations caused by light).