Gamma Scientific combines spectroradiometers and gonioreflectometer heads for production-speed display test

May 31, 2012 — Gamma Scientific will release a new Display Reflectance Spectrophotometer System at the Society for Information Display’s Display Week 2012 in Boston, June 5-7, at booth 637. 

The Display Reflectance Spectrophotometer tests thin-film optical coatings on displays at production line speeds, combining Gamma Scientific’s high-speed RadOMA spectroradiometers with optically stable and durable fixed-angle gonioreflectometer heads. The Display Reflectance Spectrophotometer captures precise, repeatable measurements of the antireflective (AR) optical coating on displays. It has the option to exclude other reflective layers behind the first surface. The system is designed for minimal maintenance.

Gamma Scientific’s display spectroradiometers rapidly capture spectral measurements, with sensitivity to color accuracy, linearity, and amplitude accuracy.

Goniospectroradiometers combine a 6-axis robotic arm and spectroradiometer to capture measurements from any user-specified angle, while the display remains stationary.

Gamma Scientific provides precision display and component test solutions for production and R&D environments. Gamma Scientific also operates a NVLAP accredited laboratory (NVLAP Lab Code 200823-0) that performs ENERGY STAR certification and LM-79 testing. http://www.gamma-sci.com.

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