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LightingLab is an independent,
accredited testing and calibration
laboratory that complies with criteria of Standard EN ISO/IEC 17025:2018. Lightinglab is ILAC/MRA licensed to issue internationally recognized, independent, accredited test reports. Two colleagues from LightingLab staff have PhD in photometry/colorimetry, and have more than 15 years experience in photometry and laboratory measurements.
LightingLab as a testing lab is specialized in photometric, colorimetric and electrical parameters of light sources and lamps, on-site lighting audit of roads, work places, stadiums, sport facilities, airports. IESNA LM-79 , CIE S025, IEC 61000-3-2, EN 1838, UEFA , FINA requirements are all in the scope of our accreditation.
Our measurement results are traceable to national and international standards.
LightingLab as a calibration lab is specialized in the calibration of photometers, such as luminance & illuminance meters, spectrophotometers, spectroradiometers. LightingLab calibrates the standard lamps for spectral total luminous flux, spectral irradiance, spectral reflectance, spectral transmission and calibrates standard detectors of spectral irradiance.
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...and there is LightingLab”
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We have a double mirror goniophotometer with 8.59 m photometric distance from LightingMetrics Ltd. allowing to measure luminaires up to 80 cm luminous surface.
Spectral measurements are taken with
- GL Optic Spectis Touch 1.0 flicker (340 nm - 780 nm)
- Everfine Haas 2000 VIS (380 nm - 780 nm)
- Cary 17d double monochromator (250 nm - 1200 nm)
To characterize and calibrate spectral reflectance and spectral transmittance a Minolta CM3720d provides spectral results in the range 360 nm - 740 nm @ 10 nm steps.
In our laboratory integrating shperes are available in the following diameters: 0.5 m, 1.0 m.
The spheres use the Everfine Haas 2000 VIS to measure total luminous flux and total spectral flux in the visible range.
We do our detector based illuminance meter calibrations at our 5 m long photometric bench allowing us to set illuminance levels from 1 lx up to 4000 lx.
Power analysis is taken by Everfine PF 2010.
We can provide DC power up to 10 A and 120V.
Our standard list prices are for five workdays and we can also provide a 72 hour fast measurement at a surcharge.
If that is still not fast enough for you, we can measure or calibrate your device even in 24 hours and you can receive the result via e-mail.
8200 Veszprém, Hungary
Cholnoky J. str. 11/B.
+36 70 211 44 63