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December Aerospace Newsletter
Displays used in aerospace applications require high contrast ratios, demanding the displays to be legible in both a sunlit cockpit and in complete darkness during an evening flight. A high luminance back-lit display is needed to be easily readable during both environments. These displays can face extreme temperature and pressure changes. Thus, making the need for imaging and photometers, and colorimeters quite important. The need for simultaneous evaluation of an entire image, providing uniformity measurements, and integrated image processing functions all within short measurement cycles and within a compact design is also essential. Learn more about our full line of light and display instruments available for use in the aerospace industry.
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Research shows how the proper use of cabin illumination can improve your flight experience. Read the blog "The Inside Scoop on In-Flight Lights" and read about how the airline industry uses lighting not only for safety but also for creating a mood that makes your flight more enjoyable.
Advances in display technology within the aerospace industry requires the ability to evaluate the quality and performance of displays so that it can easily and clearly be understood and deciphered by pilots in making accurate and timely decisions. Our aerospace webinars review and discuss instruments that can measure display systems in the flight deck of an aircraft: including Night Vision Imaging Systems (NVIS) compatibility, 2D imaging camera systems, spot meters, and AR/VR applications. Did you miss our Aerospace Measurement webinar? Good news.. you can watch the on-demand webinar at your leisure.
Measuring CS-2000A Spectroradiometer with specialized attachment measures virtual images corresponding to pupil size and evaluates the levels of luminance, chromaticity and visible spectrum of virtual images of AR/VR applications. This specialized accessory is ideal for measurement on head-mounted displays (HMD). The special attachment consists of 3 major parts: attachment body, aperture holder, and pupil-size aperture with 8 different measurements of spot sizes ranging from 1mm to 8mm in diameter.
CS-150 Luminance & Color Meter
The most affordable high-accuracy instrument in its class, the handheld CS-150 luminance and color meter was designed for measuring the unique colors and brightness of modern displays. Precise targeting is very easy for the user to obtain exact areas to measure with the single lens reflex. The CS-150 features a 1° degree measurement angle and a luminance measurement range of 0.01 to 999,900 cd/m2. Discover more today.
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