Light Measurement Systems
May 2012Labsphere Inc., PhotonicsRequest Info
NORTH SUTTON, N.H., May 10, 2012 — Labsphere Inc. has introduced the illumia and illumia pro series LED and light-measurement systems. They measure the characteristics of LEDs, arrays, and solid-state and traditional lighting products.
With a choice of four spectrometers and integrating sphere options ranging in size from 25 to 195 cm, the systems are customizable for any application. The spectrometers’ wide dynamic ranges mean that a single integrating sphere system can measure a broad scope of light levels.
The systems measure total spectral flux, luminous flux, radiant flux, chromaticity, correlated color temperature, color rendering index, peak wavelength, dominant wavelength and luminous efficacy. With the addition of a thermoelectric temperature control and monitoring component, the illumia pro also delivers complete thermal, optical and electrical characterization of LEDs.
Proprietary MtrX-SPEC software delivers spectral results in milliseconds that conform to global standards and measurement geometries. The company’s NIST-traceable, NVLAP-accredited calibrated lamp standards allow manufacturers to move product development from design to market more quickly with in-house testing of the thermal, optical and electrical properties in preparation for meeting global market standards.