At EuroLED 2013, precision sensor manufacturer Micro-Epsilon will feature two main product ranges on its stand: the colorCONTROL MFA, a series of benchtop multi-point measurement systems for LEDs, and the thermoIMAGER TIM series of thermal imaging cameras for heat sink optimisation and for measuring the temperature of LED housings, junctions, drivers and other luminaire components.
The colorCONTROL MFA-5 is an extremely compact, benchtop multi-point measurement system that verifies the colour, intensity and colour temperature (in Kelvin) of up to five LEDs simultaneously. The measuring system is modular and so can be extended by adding extra MFA-E modules in batches of five channels, up to a maximum of 20 modules (i.e. 100 channels).
The MFA is suitable for a wide range of applications, including LED tests (binning), indication and displays, front panels, dashboard sequence tests, self-luminous object inspection. The MFA series is suitable for all manufacturers and developers of LED luminaires, including architectural and street lighting, and LED lighting for automotive interiors.
Micro-Epsilon’s stand will also feature the thermoIMAGER TIM 160 and 200 series of inline radiometric thermal imaging cameras. These plug-and-play units provide temperature images and profiles of a target area and come with full software packages that enable the user to configure all the parameters of the device, as well as enabling the real time capture and storage of images or video of an event for slow motion play back or snapshots at a later date. The camera can be set up very close to a single or bank of LED luminaires to measure the infrared energy coming from the surface of the LED(s). The camera can be used for heat sink optimisation and to measure junction temperature (the hottest point on the LED), driver temperature (temperature distribution of the PCB) and the temperature of the housing. Micro-Epsilon also provides a range of inline fixed, single point, infrared temperature sensors, as well as one of the widest ranges of non-contact displacement sensors in the world.
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