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Come and visit Instrument Systems from 9-10 October 2018 at SIA Vision 2018 in Paris, the international conference for all lighting / DA players in the field of lighting and detection systems for ADAS. Our Berlin expert team will introduce the new DSP 200 photometer, that is within the well-known Optronik Line especially developed for light measurement in automotive and traffic signaling applications. We look forward to seeing you in Paris!
 
Why do we need display metrology? Join us and read two recently published articles (in German language only). We hope you will find it interesting reading!
 
Your Instrument Systems Team
sales@instrumentsystems.com
\\ HIGHLIGHTS AT A GLANCE
Display metrology, do we need it?
In-process display analysis
SIA Vision 2018 - New Photometer DSP 200
\\ STORY OF THE MONTH
Display-Metrology
Display metrology, do we need it?
It is usually intuitively clear to a user whether a TV picture is satisfactory, a watch is easy to read in sunlight, or wether a motor vehicle instrument panel still switches quickly enough in winter. In this context our individual judgement also depends on external circumstances such as ambient light or temperature. The fundamental question for metrological determination is thus: How can personal visual sensory input that is not initially measurable be correlated with objective measurements?
 
Read the latest article by Dr. Michael E. Becker
 
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Display-Prüfung
In-process display analysis
The brightness and color reproduction of a flat panel display is factory calibrated. For economic reasons this should take place in an automated process at the production stage. Spectroradiometers enable precise photometric and colorimetric measurements, and are fast enough for use in production.
 
Read the latest article by Dr. Ðenan Konjhodžić
 
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Vision 2018
 
SIA Vision 2018 - New Photometer DSP 200

 
At SIA Vision 2018 in Paris, Instrument Systems is introducing a new, versatile photometer to the market – the DSP 200. It conforms to the highest accuracy class L to DIN 5032-7 (2017) and covers an extremely wide measuring range from 0.1 mlx to 200 klx for all standard light sources, including pulse-width modulated LEDs. Ideally suited to ultra-fast measurement of spatial light distribution with the AMS or LGS series of goniometers.
 
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\\ UPCOMING EVENTS - MEET US IN PERSON!
SIA
 
Paris, France
09-10 October 2018
 
Booth 
 
 
Electronica
 
Munich
13-16 November 2018
 
Hall A3 #443 
 
 
Herbstseminar
 
Marriott Munich
26-27 November 2018
 
Seminar 
 
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