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Light Trends and Technology April/May Newsletter
When measuring high intensity difference between visible and near infrared spectral ranges Konica Minolta's display test system, DTS140D NVIS spectroradiometer is the solution. This turnkey solution is designed to measure night vision compatible displays and panel graphics. Ideal for manufacturing and quality control applications that require high accuracy and long-term dependability as well as simple and fast push button operations.
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Measurements of Night Vision Displays in Cockpits
In the past, NVIS technology exclusively used photo-multiplier tube scanning spectrometers. A single measurement took minutes and instruments were bulky and fragile. See how far they have evolved today.
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Accurate measurement of NVIS radiance according to MIL-L-85762A / MIL-STD-3009 is a challenging task, and often very time consuming. Usually, experienced and skilled experts are needed to perform the measurements.This application note describes the features of the NVIS display test system DTS 140D NVIS and discusses its measurement performance in specific applications. Learn more about this NVIS operation.
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DTS 140D NVIS Spectroradiometer
Measure high intensity differences between visible and near infrared spectral ranges with theDTS140D NVIS spectroradiometer. Ideal for manufacturing and quality control applications that require long-term dependability and simple operation. Includes sensitivity range measurements for Night Vision Devices.
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The LS-150 and LS-160 are highly accurate luminance meters that uses a sensor designed with a spectral response that more closely matches the V(λ) spectral luminous efficiency function of the human eye to provide measurement results that correlate well with visual evaluation.Due to popular demand we are extending our 5% promotion til June 30th.
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