02.06.17: Instrument Systems at OptoTaiwan 2017

At OptoTaiwan from 14–16 June 2017 Instrument Systems will be presenting a variety of solutions in light and display metrology in cooperation with representative Rapitech Enterprise Co. Ltd. Visitors to the trade fair, due to take place in Taipeh, will be able to experience live demonstrations of many new products of the Munich-based light measurement technology manufacturer at Stand J608.

In addition to the new CAS 140D spectroradiometer, successor to the proven CAS 140CT series, Instrument Systems will also be exhibiting its new LumiTop 2700 imaging colorimeter. The innovative concept of the LumiTop 2700 combines an RGB CCD camera and flicker-diode with a high-end spectroradiometer from the CAS140 series. The precise data of the spectrometer measurement is taken as a benchmark, thus guaranteeing spectroradiometric accuracy across the entire image.

The trade fair public can expect a further new product in the field of display metrology in the form of the LumiCam 2400. As an imaging colorimetry system it measures the luminance and color distribution of screens and multifunction displays within seconds. The images delivered by the LumiCam 2400 with a 5 megapixel resolution enable the spatially resolved analysis of luminance and color coordinate. LumiCam 2400 models are ideal for diverse automotive test applications, e.g. measurement of the luminance and color distribution of displays and control indicators or the assessment of homogeneity of display screens in the vehicle interior.

On 15 June Instrument Systems is organizing a joint seminar together with Rapitech and Vektrex at the Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center, 4F, Room 402C with the following lectures:

13:00  13:20

Introduction Instrument Systems, Rapitech and Vektrex 

13:20 13:40

Introduction of the new Spectrometer CAS 140D 

13:40 14:10

Challenges of UV LED Measurement

14:10 14:40

 High precision color binning

14:40 15:10

 Pause with opportunity of hands on experience

15:10 15:40

 Optical testing of OLED Displays

15:40 16:10

 Improving Measurements Using CAS and Performance Series Current Source 

16:10 16:40

IES TM-30; an introduction