Spatial radiation characteristics measured with high precision
At LpS 2019 in Bregenz Instrument Systems presents applications for high-precision spectroradiometers in combination with goniophotometersMunich, )
The LGS 650 was developed by Instrument Systems especially for the analysis of angle-dependent spatial radiation characteristics of medium to large size SSL sources and LED modules and offers a space-saving as well as competitively priced alternative to the larger LGS 1000. The test specimen is measured in a horizontal burning position and measurements can be taken at an angular range of ± 160° in the gamma axis. The high angular resolution of 0.01° spans a very fine measuring grid and ensures highly accurate and reproducible measuring data. The LGS 650 allows for the mounting of device specimen with a diameter of up to 1300 mm and a maximum weight of 10 kg and is compliant with all relevant specifications of CIE, DIN and IES standards. The LGS 650 is operated via the goniophotometer module of the SpecWin Pro software.
In Combination with one of Instrument Systems‘ spectroradiometer, e.g. CAS 140D, radiometrical and colorimetrical as well as photometrical parameter can be determined as a function of angle with highest precision. For the requirement of particularly time-critical measurements, Instrument Systems offers suitable photometer, for example the technological pioneering DSP 200. While the goniometer is in continuous movement, the DSP 200 captures the measurement values ‘on-the-fly’.
Join us in a discussion of your particular measurement tasks with our experts at booth #A13 and listen to our expert lecture on the subject "Blue Light Hazard-Evaluation".
"An Evaluation Guide for Blue Light Hazard"
Dr. Ðenan Konjhodžić, 26 September 2019, 11:30 am, Seestudio