As development and use of UVC and UVGI are becoming more readily available, such is the need for testing procedures used to confirm the safety and accurate measurements of these instruments.
Konica Minolta Sensing Americas and Instrument Systems GmbH have been providing resources and instruments for many years as well as setting UV LED calibration standards and addressing the hazards of blue light through our various testing processes.We provide an all-in-one system for determining various measurement quantities and tools to verify measurement results.
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Blue Light Safety
Discussions in lighting safety standards has become a growing topic of conversation as we see the significant increase of modern solid-state lighting (SSL) light sources and UVC “blue light”. Read this blog to find out more...
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Challenges in UV Measurement
The development of UV LEDs and their production are technologically very challenging. The UV-B and UV-C spectral ranges are particularly very demanding. View a white paper addressing the main challenges in the measurement of UV radiation in UV LEDs.
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10% Promotion UV Test Systems
To assist our customers in their testing and research of UV technology we would like to extend a 10% discount on all our UV measurement systems. Konica Minolta Sensing Americas and Instrument Systems GmbH have been setting UV LED calibration standards and addressing the hazards of blue light through our various testing processes for many years. Our high-end test system solutions contribute to the performance and safety of these high-power UV LED sources.
Measuring Blue Light Hazard
The blue light hazard (BLH) measuring station from Instrument Systems evaluates and classifies LED lamps and luminaires according to blue light hazard as described in Standards IEC 62471 and IEC/TR 62778.
These individual system components in its high-end portfolio are consistently ongoing technological upgrades to ensure that they satisfy current requirements. Precise BLH measurements on the basis of the established CAS 140D spectroradiometer guarantee the greatest possible safety in the classification of tested lamps and luminaires in die BLH risk classes.
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