ISO 17025 Luminous Flux Calibration

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Luminous Flux Calibration

AMECaL is one of the best calibration laboratories with wide range of ISO/IEC 17025:2017 accredited services. Our company was established over 15 years ago and during all those years we managed to gain experience in working with luminous flux. Our dedicated team of experts is ready to service any test and measure instrument currently available on the market. We offer two types of calibration to our customers.

 

Light Emitting Diodes (LED’s) have one very important characteristic which is the Luminous Flux (measured by unit of lumen). It is often mistakenly thought to be same as radiant flux. This is of course incorrect. Radiant flux is a measurement of total energy (visible and invisible) emitted by a source of light. The Luminous Flux is measured by using integrating sphere photometers. In simple words it is the measurement of brightness of a light source in terms of energy being emitted in the form of visible light. Luminous flux or Luminous Power is often used as a comparison criteria for light bulbs. Due to different manufacturing processes of Light Emitting Diodes (LED’s) it is important to be sure that the final product of manufacturing process (ex. light bulbs, LED strips) will produce correct amount of emitted energy in form of visible light. Professional calibration of Luminous Flux is very important. Here, at AMECaL, we have special equipment and trained staff to perform this Luminous Flux Calibration for our customers. We have years of experience and thousands of happy customers and our brand is well known on the market of calibration services.

 

AMECaL is also one of the best brands of electrical and environmental equipment that is being used by professionals all around the world. We not only sell our own test instruments but also take an active part in research and development process of new calibration equipment.

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