Test and certification companies and lamp and luminaire manufacturers can now evaluate the photobiological safety of lamps and lamp systems easier, faster and with greater accuracy than ever before.
Photobiological safety testing to international standards require a measurement capability spanning the 200-3000nm spectral wide range in consideration of six hazards to the skin and eye. The IDR300-PSL spectroradiometer facilitates the required series of measurements of spectral irradiance and spectral radiance whilst ensuring full compliance with the recommended measurement instrumentation.
With full hardware automation and full measurement guidance, calculation and report generation, the IDR300-PSL is at the heart of photobiological safety testing in accreditation and light source manufacturer's laboratories throughout the world.
- Assess all product types, from UV through to IR
- Includes full measurement guidance, calculation and report generation
- Quality of measurements assured via NMI calibration standards traceable to PTB
- Fully compliant to instrumentation recommendation of international standards
- Double monochromator-based spectroradiometer (200-3000nm)
- Motorised slits to vary instrument bandwidth throughout scan range
- Irradiance : Precision transmission diffuser coupled to IDR300 with 1m long quartz fibre bundle
- Radiance : Direct view telescope permitting measurement from 200mm to 10m in key 1.7, 5 and 11mrad FOVs. Coupled to IDR300 with 1m long quartz fibre bundle.
- Quartz halogen and deuterium irradiance standards, supplied with calibration traceable to PTB, Germany
- Quartz halogen, integrating sphere-based radiance standard, supplied with calibration traceable to PTB, Germany
- Beam profiler used to determine (apparent) source size and location
- Photometric detector with virtual luxmeter operation for determination of illuminance (500 lx, dthr)
- Benwin+ Windows spectroradiometer control
- PSL Wizard measurement guidance, calculation and reporting application
Accurate photobiological safety evaluation to:
- IEC 62471:2006, Photobiological safety of lamps and lamp systems
- EN 62471:2008, Photobiological safety of lamps and lamp systems
- JIS C 7550:2011, Photobiological safety of lamps and lamp systems
- IEC 62471-5:2015, Photobiological safety of lamps and lamp systems - Part 5: Image projectors
- EN 62471-5:2015, Photobiological safety of lamps and lamp systems - Part 5: Image projectors
- IEC TR 62471-2:2009, Photobiological safety of lamps and lamp systems - Part 2
- EU Low Voltage Directive, 2014/35/EU
- IEC TR 62778, “Application of IEC 62471 for the assessment of blue light hazard to light sources and luminaires”
- BS EN 60598-1:2015 + A1:2018, "Luminaires - Part 1: General requirements and tests"
- Spectral irradiance
- Spatially averaged spectral radiance
- (Apparent) Source size and location
- Risk group classification
- Labelling requirements
- Threshold illuminance, Ethr
- Threshold distance, dthr