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LED characterization system.

An integrating sphere and portable spectroradiometer system that can perform NIST traceable measurements of LEDs and other small lamps has been introduced by International Light, Inc. The IL integrating sphere and EPS Series spectroradiometer are capable of measuring total flux dominant wavelength, chromaticity, color purity and photopic response in a controlled environment with NIST traceable results. Featuring Windows-compatible software that can display a CIE chromaticity diagram on a laptop, this compact system performs color repeatability and brightness sampling with 5 nm to 10 nm resolution in less than one minute. Providing a 10" integrating sphere with a white barium sulfate coating and NIST traceable standard lamp, packaged in the 14.4" cube, this LED characterization system can be equipped with an EPS 200 spectro-radiometer which is UV-optimized for taking measurements from 200 nm to 440 nm or the RPS 380 model for taking visible measurements from 380 nm to 780 nm. The IL integrating sphere and EPS 380 spectro-radiometer is system priced at $9,695. International Light, Inc., 17 Graf Rd., Newburyport, MA 01950; (978) 465-5923; Fax: (978) 462-0759;

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Title Annotation:Test & Measurement
Publication:ECN-Electronic Component News
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Aug 1, 2003
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