2 meter integrating sphere from Labsphere installed at Aurora LED light lab

Oct. 4, 2011
North Sutton, NH--Labsphere has supplied a two-meter integrating sphere to LED lighting manufacturer Aurora Lighting for use in its new light lab.

North Sutton, NH--Through its exclusive UK distributor Pro-Lite Technology (Cranfield, England), light measurement and metrology instruments companyLabsphere, a Halma company, has supplied a two-meter integrating sphere to light-emitting diode (LED) lighting manufacturer Aurora Lighting (St. Albans, England) for use in its new light lab.

Aurora focuses on energy efficient LED lighting solutions. Pro-Lite and Labsphere have provided a two meter integrating sphere equipped with a Labsphere spectroradiometer to provide precise LED measurement data. This system is more accurate than a traditional photometer and reports lumen output, color temperature, color rendering index, chromaticity, and binning accuracy. The accuracy of the data provided allows complex lighting projects to be designed and tested with confidence in the final results.

Aurora has installed the system in its state-of-the-art Light Lab called A.L.E.X. 2.0 in Apex Park, Welwyn Garden City, England. This facility features an environment in which visitors can experience the differences between halogen, CFL, and LED light sources. You can watch a video of the Labsphere system in use at A.L.E.X. 2.0 at www.youtube.com/watch?v=mOqyi2DYAwk&feature=youtu.be.

SOURCE: Labsphere; www.labsphere.com/about-us/news-detail.aspx?newsid=38

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IMAGE: Labsphere, through distributor Pro-Lite Technology, has installed a 2 meter integrating sphere in the Aurora Lighting A.L.E.X. 2.0 LED Light Lab. (Courtesy Labsphere)

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