Below is a collection of theoretical spectra shortward of 1.5 microns from the paper recently published in the Ap. J. entitled "Theoretical Spectral Models of T Dwarfs at Short Wavelengths and Their Comparison with Data." The files contain FNU, FLAMBDA, Surface fluxes, and Brightness temperatures, as well as smoothed versions of some of them and are for effective temperatures that range from 600 Kelvin to 1300 Kelvin. Two gravities (log g = 5.0 and 5.5 cgs), and three metallicities (0.3 1.0 and 2.0 solar) are given. The file names indicate the combination of T/g/Z assumed in generating the spectra. The models do not include clouds/grains, most relevant for the earlier T dwarfs and effective temperatures at and above ~1200 K.
The format is:
I, Frequency (Hz), Lambda (microns), Fnu, Flambda, Fdet (at 10 parsecs), Wavelength (Angstroms), Fdet (smoothed), Tbright (K), Tbright (smoothed), Fnu (smoothed),
where most quantities are pretty self-explanatory. Should you have any questions, please contact Adam Burrows at email@example.com.