Illumination Analyzer for the Quality Assurance of Medical Displays
The SECULIFE IA is a precision measuring instrument for the measurement of luminance with a measuring angle of 1°. Luminance measurements at distances of 1 meter to infinity, taking ambient light into account, can be performed with this device.
Where Precision is of Highest Priority
The SECULIFE IA is ideally suited for demanding illumination analysis in the field of medicine, for example approvals and consistency testing, as well as luminance measurements at image viewing devices for computer tomography, digital radiography, sonography, magnetic resonance imaging and x-ray film viewers.
Designed for Maximum Accuracy
World class features included with the SECULIFE IA assure highly accurate results: The instrument includes mirror reflex optics with a 15° field of view, a sharply marked 1° measuring circle in the center and a focusing mechanism.
Closing In On Perfect Results
The close-up lenses available as accessories make it possible to shorten measuring distance down to 34 cm. Equipped with an optional photometric probe for contact measurements, the SECULIFE IA is also capable of measuring luminance directly on the monitor screen.
The Right Spectrum - Automatically
The silicon sensor included with the SECULIFE IA is color corrected, i.e. its spectral sensitivity is exactly matched to that of the human eye. The instrument thus fulfills requirements for class B luminance meters, and is capable of highly accurate measurement of all types of light without having to take correction factors into account.
Large Capacity Memory
The instrumentís measured value memory is large enough for up to 1000 memory locations. It can be subdivided into 10 groups for clear-cut structuring. Measurement results can be processed directly at the instrument using the integrated keypad and display. With its built-in USB port, the SECULIFE IA also allows the user to read out measurement results to a PC and analyze them with the included standard software.
Interface: USB port
The use of PerfectLum software enables you to perform acceptance and constancy tests in accordance with DIN V 6868-57 and DIN 6868-157 (automatic sequence and documentation).