Spectromètre portable pour mesure flux de LED

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BTS256-LED

Fabricant Gigahertz Optik

Gigahertz Optik

Description :

The BTS256-LED is high quality light meter with integrating sphere for the luminous flux measurement of individual light emitting diodes up to 800 lm in the visible spectral range. One of the characteristic properties of the mobile light meter is its BiTec light sensor. This combines the characteristic properties of a silicon photodiode with those of a low-noise CMOS diode array. The BiTec sensor guarantees precise photometric, spectral-radiometric and colorimetric measurement values over a large dynamic range through mutual correction of the measurement signals of both sensors.

The integrating sphere with conical shaped entrance port of the LED Tester enables explicit capture of all the irradiated light from the LEDs independent of their emission characteristics. The cone adapter is placed over the LED for measurement of assembled LEDs. The auxiliary lamp of the BTS256-LED Tester helps compensate for any measurement errors that might result from light absorption on the test LED.

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    Features

  • Light meter for the luminous flux, spectral radiant power and luminous color
  • Calibration uncertainty: +/-8% for luminous flux
  • Light sensor: Bi-Technology sensor with a broadband detector and a 256 Pixel CMOS diode array. Integrated aperture for automatic dark signal adjustment
  • Interface: USB2.0
  • Operating Temperature range: 10°C to 30°C
  • Benefits

    Photometric and Colorimetric measurement Capabilities:
  • Øp luminous flux in lm
  • Øe radiant power in W
  • Øλ spectral radiant power
  • x, y CIE 1931 color coordinates
  • u‘, v‘ CIE 1976 color coordinates
  • CT color temperature
  • Δuv deviation from the blackbody locus
  • λdom dominant wavelength
  • λp peak intensity wavelength
  • λ0,5 spectral half-width
  • Purity color purity
  • CRI Ra and R1 to R15 Color Rendering Index