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PhotometerThe DSP 200 photometer from Instrument Systems GmbH provides on-the-fly scanning for automotive exterior and traffic lighting applications.

Part of the Optronik product portfolio, the DSP 200 features a newly designed sensor with detector cooling, offering high sensitivity and stability for precise measurements even at very low illumination levels. The instrument meets all requirements of the newest standards such as EN 13032-1 and DIN 5032-7. A low-noise photodiode with V (λ) filtering and optimized electronics provides for a broad dynamic range from 0.1 mlx to 200 klx. At the same time, the very high local resolution allows an accurate determination even of high gradients when measuring headlamps.

The DSP 200 is suitable for all automotive and traffic applications, as well as for flashlights and for measurements of all pulse width-modulated light sources. It communicates via CAN-Bus and is compatible both with the predecessor DSP 10 and with all goniophotometers of the AMS and LGS series.

Published: October 2017
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