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  • High-Power LEDs

Feb 2010
Instrument Systems GmbHRequest Info
The new calibration LEDs in the ACS-530 series from Instrument Systems GmbH enable users to check optical instruments easily and reliably. Calibrated using traceable standards for luminous flux and intensity, the LEDs offer reproducible and stable optical output power for reliable measurements. They feature photometric stability of 0.1% and are housed in a casing with low thermal conductivity together with a thermoelectric cooling element to eliminate sensitivity to external temperature fluctuations, and a temperature sensor. The LEDs are available in red, green, blue and white. They are suitable for checking results for dominant wavelength, color coordinates and color temperature.


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color temperature
A colorimetric concept related to the apparent visual color of a source (not its temperature). For a blackbody, the color temperature is equal to the temperature in kelvin.
dominant wavelength
A single wavelength of light that matches the color of a given sample when combined in suitable proportions with white light and a suitable adjustment of intensity.
Flux per unit solid angle.
luminous flux
Descriptive of the radiant power of visible light modified by the eye response. It is the measure of the flow of visible light energy past any given point in space in a given time period, and is defined as the amount of flux radiated by a source of 1 candela into a solid angle of 1 steradian.
Pertaining to the measurement of the intensity of light.
In a radiation detector, the ratio of the output to the input signal.
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