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Featured | Products, Materials + Tools | Dec 05, 2016

Instrument Systems Enables Tests According to ErP Directive

With the newly optimized design of the LGS 350 goniophotometer, Instrument Systems provides a highly accurate and fast testing system for medium-sized LED modules. An add-on of the established SpecWin Pro software allows a broad range of ErP tests according to the EU Eco-Design Directive.

The LGS 350 goniophotometer features an 85% increased travel speed of the γ-axis to 34°/s. The permissible top speed of 0.25 m/s pursuant to CIE S 025 is thus possible for a large number of LED sample sizes. Compared to present measurement solutions, for the user this means greatly increased throughput while maintaining a high standard of measurement precision.

With the add-on module of the established SpecWin Pro software, a broad range of ErP tests is possible for the preparation of test reports according to the EU Directive.

The laboratories of Instrument Systems are accredited as test laboratories conforming to DIN EN ISO / IEC 17025. That guarantees the comparability of measurement results and thus the quality of measurements with instruments manufactured by the Munich company.

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About Instrument Systems GmbH:

Instrument Systems GmbH, founded in Munich in 1986, develops, manufactures and markets turnkey solutions for light measurement. Its main products are scanning and array spectrometers as well as imaging photometers and colorimeters. Key applications are LED/SSL and display measurement, as well as spectroradiometry and photometry. Today Instrument Systems is one of the world’s leading manufacturers in this field. Products of the Optronik line for the automotive industry and traffic technology are developed and marketed at the Berlin facility. About 85 % of turnover is generated abroad.