Gamma Scientific, pioneers in LED testing for over 40 years, will be demonstrating their new, Optical Integrating Tube and Spectral Sphere Systems in booth 301 at the Strategies in Light conference in Santa Clara, CA from February 12-14, 2013.
Large Integrating Sphere Performance at a Fraction of the Price
Gamma Scientific’s new Optical Integrating Tube is an affordable alternative to large integrating spheres for testing T8 and T12 lamps. The integrating tube adjusts to measure tube lamps of different lengths, and it can accurately measure lamps up to four feet long.
Proprietary technology deveGamma Scientific Announce New Optical Integrating Tube loped by Gamma Scientific ensures that measurements are as accurate as those from two meter integrating spheres, while providing significant cost savings over comparable systems. The table top system is also portable, and occupies a much smaller footprint than a large integrating sphere.
When paired with a RadOMA Spectrometer, the Integrating Tube will capture complete spectral measurements for tube lamps. Integrating Tube systems produce highly accurate and repeatable measurements of total flux, chromaticity, peak wavelength, dominant wavelength, CCT and CRI.
Spectral Sphere Systems: The Easiest Way to Achieve Accurate LED Measurements
Gamma Scientific will also be showcasing their new Spectral Sphere Systems that are uniquely engineered to integrate with production lines or perform as standalone LED test systems for R&D and QA applications.
Combining RadOMA-LED Spectroradiometers and Gamma Scientific Integrating Spheres, Spectral Sphere Systems produce highly repeatable and precise measurements of total luminous flux and total spectral flux.
A proprietary optical design and back thinned CCD technology provides exceptional low-light measurements, excellent stray-light rejection, high dynamic range, superior blue light region sensitivity and high accuracy measurements of wavelength, color and power.