Case Study – How the Neo Spectroradiometer Drastically Improves Filter Quality
Together with partner CEC (Cutting-Edge-Coatings GmbH) Admesy improved the accuracy of demanding filtercoatings deposited by their ion beam sputtering machine by a large margin – by implementing the new Neo series spectroradiometer platform.
Correlating Display Measurements to the Human Vision
Watch the presentation of our ‘human vision and display geek’ Peter Karp held at the Electronics Display Conference 2021.
Measurement Instruments for Luminous Intensity
This article explains which instruments are needed to measure luminous intensity.
What is a Collimating Lens?
‘Collimating’ is the process of accurately aligning light or particles in a parallel fashion. Read the complete explanation in our article.
How an Integrating Sphere Functions
Get an overview over integrating spheres.
What are Transmission Measurements?
This article gives an overview of transmission measurements and where to look for when choosing the right instrumentation.
How is Objective Color Measurement Achieved?
This article gives an introduction on the use of colorimeters and shortly compares to spectroradiometers.
What are Reflection Measurements?
Learn about reflection measurements and how taking gloss into account is relevant for that matter.
Color Measurement: Explaining Color Space and Gamut
An introduction in the concept of color gamuts.
What causes LED Flicker?
What are causes for flicker and how can one to assess LED flicker? Find out in this article!
The 4 Most Common Spectrometer Applications
This article outlines 4 typical applications for spectroradiometry.
Radiance Measurement and Irradiance Measurement with Admesy
Radiance and irradiance are measurement units used within the field of radiometry. This blog post will outline the method behind these measurement units and highlight how Admesy spectroradiometers can be used to perform them.
How Does a Spectrometer Work?
A spectrometer is a scientific instrument used to analyze the light properties of a luminous object or reflected light. This article outlines the working principle of a spectrometer.
What is the CIE Luminosity Function?
In 1924 the Commission Internationale de l’Eclairage (CIE) defined a general photopic spectral sensitivity function of the average human eye based on a number of experiments.
Outlining the Applications of a VIS Spectrophotometer
A VIS spectrophotometer is a quantitative tool for analyzing the visible spectral properties of a sample with outstanding degrees of accuracy. This article will explore the applications of a VIS spectrophotometer in more detail.
Using Light- and Colorimeters for Spot Measurements
Modern displays are subject to optical variations at different stages in the production process. Color and luminance quality can fluctuate. Learn how to use Light Meters and Colorimeters for process control.
Using Spectrometers and High-speed Light Meters to Monitor LED Performance
This article discusses how a spectroradiometer can be used to monitor LED performance.
Measuring Flicker to Improve LED Lighting
One of the primary causes of flicker is an alternating power current, specifically how it leads to a conflict between the supply from the mains and the supply for the light. Learn how to assess the flicker characteristics of any light source.
Colorimetry in perspective of the human eye
Read about the science of measuring color and the appearance of color.
Color measurement and white point adjustment for automotive R&D
The quality of lighting and displays in the automotive industry are critical design factors. This article outlines the major solutions for accurate color measurement in vehicle design and manufacturing.
The Different Light Measurements Performed with Admesy Products
This article gives an overview of the relevant light measurements: Luminance, Illuminance & Luminous intensity, Radiance, Irradiance & Radiant Intensity, Spectral Power Distribution and Flicker.
Performing Advanced Spectral Measurement with Admesy Spectroradiometers
This article explores the process of performing advanced spectral measurement with Admesy spectroradiometers.
Illuminance Meters for Professional Applications
Get an overview of the different options to measure illuminance with illuminance meters or spectroradiometers.
The Capacities of Compact Spectrometers
Measurements for product development and quality control procedures are increasingly integrated into continuous production facilities to improve manufacturing. Compact spectroradiometers can be a viable choice for this task.
Measuring OLED displays in production environments
Displays are being integrated in more devices than ever. Nowadays displays are used in cars, phones, tablets, laptops, watches, household appliances, etc. This has led to a high demand for measurement solutions – especially the high contrast ratio of OLED displays require sensitive and accurate measurement solutions.
The Importance of Light Measurement in the Display Industry
Reproducibility Challenges for LED Measurement Instruments
This article will explore some of the reproducibility challenges of LED measurement instruments in more detail, with a focus on how optical technologies are overcoming driver-related issues.
Outlining Imaging Applications of Test & Measurement Instruments
When talking about test & measurement instruments, there are many possible instruments we could be referring too. Generally, a test & measurement instrument is one that performs a specific test and outputs the measurement.
The Working Principle of a Colorimeter for Display Applications
A colorimeter is an instrument used to perform color measurements according to the response of the human eye, which determines the intensity of red, green and blue colored components of a self-illuminating object like a display. The instrument achieves this by measuring the intensity of different parts of the visual spectrum alike the human eye’s different photoreceptors.
What is a Cuvette Holder?
A cuvette holder is a specialized light measurement accessory designed to maintain high accuracy levels during transmission measurements of liquids. […]