LumiCam 2400 – Outstanding accuracy, optimized for automotive display tests


As an imaging measurement system, the LumiCam 2400 captures the luminance and color distributions of screens or multifunction displays within seconds. It provides 5-megapixel images which present the spatially resolved measured values coded for luminance and chromaticity. The LumiCam 2400 models are perfect for versatile automotive test applications, e.g. measurement of luminance and color distributions of displays and control elements or uniformity analysis of flat panel display screens in car interiors.

Instrument Systems offers the LumiCam 2400 in three variants. The LumiCam 2400 Mono is a compact luminance camera with V(λ) filter for reliable and accurate luminance measurements. The LumiCam 2400 Color is equipped with three additional color filters for chromaticity measurements and is perfectly suited for broadband light sources. To achieve optimal measurement results for LED based test objects, the LumiCam 2400 Advanced features a total of six color filters and a patented matrix optimization algorithm. The 5-megapixel resolution of all models allows for convenient imaging and analysis of whole instrument clusters or small details with high resolution.

Powerful and user-friendly software

All LumiCam models come with a powerful software that calculates all relevant quantities as, e.g., the luminance Lv, the color coordinates x and y as well as color temperature, color uniformity or dominant wavelength.  Versatile analytical tools, such as spotmeter, polygon, line or 3D box, permit comprehensive evaluation of the measured data. The LumiCam software offers the possibility of false-color presentation for particularly impressive visualization of the values obtained.

LumiCam 2400 – Convinces with pin sharp images

Coming soon!

Available in 2020, Instrument System’s latest addition to its LumiCam series of colorimeter and photometers is the launch of its LumiCam B Generation. This image measurement system is ideal for capturing the luminance and color distributions of displays within seconds! The motorized aperture and focus features allow for both easier and faster measurement setups. This conveniently compact system features a 12-megapixel camera with higher resolutions allowing for clearer and more accurate analysis of the smallest details.

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Specifications

LumiCam 2400MonoColorAdvanced
Quantities
Photometric quantitiesLuminance (cd/m2), luminous intensity (cd), contrast
Colorimetric quantitiesColor coordinates (x,y), color coordinates (u’,v’),
tristimulus values (X, Y, Z),
dominant wavelength (nm),
color saturation,
correlated color temperature CCT (K)
Camera data
SensorSony IMX264LLR CMOS Sensor
Sensor size2/3’’, 11.1 mm diagonal
Effective number of pixels (h x v)2428 x 2028 (5 MP)
Pixel size3.45 μm x 3.45 μm
AD converter12 bit
Exposure time40 μs to 30 s
Aperture reproducibility10.5 %
Luminance measurement
Measurement range21 mcd/m2 … 2 Mcd/m2
Extended measurement range3, 4up to 2 x 1010 cd/m2
Measurement time (at 10 cd/m2)51 s
Measurement time (at 100 cd/m2)50.8 s
Accuracy for std. illuminant A63 %3 %3 %
Accuracy for LED color light72 %
Repeatability80.1 %
Uniformity90.5 %
Filter match10f1‘ = 3 %
SmearNo smear (due to CMOS technique)
Color measurement
Measurement time (at 10 cd/m2)5 12 s17 s
Measurement time (at 100 cd/m2)5 7 s10 s
Accuracy (x, y) for std. illuminant A11 0.0030.00313
Accuracy (x, y) for color light11, 12 0.0100.01013
Accuracy (x, y) for LED color light7 0.005
Repeatability (x, y)8 0.00010.0001
Uniformity (x, y)9 0.0010.001
Accuracy (dominant wavelength)7 1 nm
Repeatability (dominant wavelength)14 0.05 nm0.05 nm
Filter match f1‘ = 3 % (for Y)
f1‘ = 6 % (for X)
f1‘ = 4 % (for Z)
f1′ = 3 % (for Y)
f1‘ = 6 % (for X)
f1‘ = 4 % (for Z)
General
InterfaceGigabit EthernetGigabit Ethernet, USB 1.0/2.0
Operating systemWindows 7 (32/64 bit), Windows 10 (32/64 bit)
Dimensions (l x w x h)135 mm x 100 mm x 81 mm275 mm x 120 mm x 175 mm
Weight1 kg3 kg
Power supply12 V external
Operating conditions10 to 40 °C15, max. 75 % relative humidity (non-condensing)

INSTRUMENT SYSTEMS is continually working to develop and improve its products. Any technical changes, errors or misprints do not form grounds for compensation. The company’s terms of delivery and payment apply in all other respects. If not otherwise stated explicitly, all specifications refer to the Nikkor 50 mm objective with a 16 mm aperture.

1 For external apertures (diameter 4 mm, 8 mm, 16 mm, 32 mm) with effective f-numbers 14 (4 mm) – 1.4 (32 mm).
2 1 mcd/m2 with 30 s exposure time, 32 mm aperture and a SNR 10:1; 2 Mcd/m2 with 40 μs exposure time and 4 mm aperture.
3 If (optionally available) density filters are used. Value for OD4 filter.
4 Specification of LumiCam 2400 Advanced in the extended measurement range identical to the LumiCam 2400 Color (e.g. regarding accuracy of color coordinates).
5 Reference value for largest aperture opening (32 mm) and white LED. First measurement may take longer.
6 Extended measurement uncertainty (double standard deviation, k = 2).
7 Verified using a test set of color LEDs (peak wavelength between 449 nm and 640 nm) and white LEDs (3000 K to 5000 K); maximum deviation from measurement with reference
spectrometer.
8 Auto exposure, 50 repetitions at 100 cd/m2, double standard deviation evaluated within spotmeter with r = 100 px.
9 Evaluated in 90 % image height x 90 % image width using 10 x 10 binning, three averages. Double standard deviation of deviation from average image value.
10 Y-filter or V(λ) filter.
11 Narrowband and LED based light sources (white and monochrome) should be measured using advanced mode. For other broadband light sources (e.g. illuminant A) color mode is
recommended.
12 Maximum deviation from reference source (illuminant A with set of glass filters).
13 Using 4-filter color mode.
14 Auto exposure, 50 repetitions at 300 cd/m2, double standard deviation evaluated in spotmeter with r = 100 px, for narrowband radiation (e.g. LED).
15 20 … 25 °C for specified measurement accuracy.

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