Improving light quality control in a variety of applications.
Optical engineers and system developers are facing faster changes in design and complexity of backlit components in automotive, transportation, electronics and other industries. Improvement of user interface with the use of modern LED and OLED components makes the quality verification a challenge for development teams and QA/QC personnel. They all need reliable and accessible instruments for optical tests and measurements.
The GL OPTICAM 2.0 4K TEC is an Imaging Luminance Measuring Device designed to verify compliance and check performance of lighting components to support faster introduction of modern LED, OLED lighting devices. The optical performance of displays, backlit buttons and instrument clusters requires a dependable luminance testing solution.
Developers, designers and quality engineers need to verify luminance uniformity, contrasts, luminance distribution and light leakage. With this new optical instrument all touch screen control panels, backlit buttons, displays, keyboards and indicating lights can be easily and precisely verified during the R&D and production stage.
The GL OPTICAM 2.0 4K TEC is a high resolution, laboratory performance optical camera system featuring a high resolution 9M pixel CMOS image sensor with a dedicated V-Lambda correction filter precisely adjusting the system’s sensitivity (response) to human’s eye sensitivity. Selection of high class lenses is available for this optical system depending on a specific luminance measurement requirements. The system features a unique RFID lens recognition* system and a thermal stabilization of the image sensor, which compensates for measurement errors resulting from changing temperature conditions. *patent pending
Colour testing functionality is available when pairing with our GL SPECTIS 1.0 Touch spectroradiometer
Plug and Measure with RFID Automatic Lens Recognition*
Preconfigured and individually calibrated digital luminance camera system for immediate testing of light components and light device quality control. You can simply put this instrument in front of the lighting system and measure absolute luminance level immediately. The system automatically recognizes the lens and uploads the calibration file. Use this instrument in the laboratory, product testing and field measurements for lighting systems quality control. *patent pending
Improved optical resolution
When developing new complex optical system this precise 9M pixels resolution luminance measuring instrument will improve your R&D process.
Now you can make faster decisions on modification and/or compliance.
This instrument is equipped with a TEC unit for thermal stabilisation of the image sensor, which compensates for measurement errors resulting from changing temperature conditions.
Dedicated V- lambda filter
Each camera is equipped with the specially selected class A optical corrected filter to provide the highest quality of luminance measurements corresponding with the human eye sensitivity. Each filter is optimized for each CMOS sensor individually.
Adding spectrum and colour
This new image luminance camera can be combined with our spectral instruments like GL SPECTIS 1.0 touch to expand the quality control with the colorimetric values like CCT, CRI and many more. Additionally, it will also provide an automatic filter miss match correction procedure and support the measurements of multiple colour LED devices testing.
• Point Luminance
• Luminance distribution
• Iso candela diagram
• Average luminance
• Min Max diagram and tables
Spectral Color Quantities*
• Correlated Colour Temperature – CCT and Duv
• Colour Rendering Indices – Ra, CRI, R1 to R14
• New rendering Rf and TM-30
• Colour Uniformity
• Binning and colour consistency
• Spectral Power Distribution
* available when combined with the spectral instrument system
Application: Light sources, displays, luminous and illuminated surface
Imaging resolution: 4096×2168 (4K, 9 MPix)
A/D conversion: 12 bit
Measurement range: 0,01 cd/m² … 200000 cd/m² (range depends on lens aperture) (ND filter for higher range available on request)
Resolution: 0,01 cd/m²
Dynamic range: 1:20000000
Focus distance: 200 mm to infinity (depends on lens type)
Minimum working area: 56×30 mm (at 200 mm distance) (will vary depending on lens type)
Uncertainty of spectral response: Class A (f1′) < 3 %
Integration time: 50µs … 10s
Measuring sensor type: CMOS monochromatic matrix with spectral response filter
Optical system: 50mm f/2.0 lens. (different available on request)
Dimensions: 140 mm x 265 mm x 295 mm
Weight: 3,5 kg
PC Connectivity: USB 3.0
Power source: 15V DC power adapter
Tripod adapter: BSW ¼”
USB cable: yes