Join us IN PERSON at the 2021 SID Vehicle Displays & Interfaces Conference (September 28-29, 2021 – Detroit, MI).

We’re excited to announce that Optronic Laboratories will be participating in person at the 2021 SID Vehicle Displays & Interfaces Conference (September 28-29, 2021 – Detroit, MI). This event is your best opportunity to learn what you need to know about every facet of displays from world-class product and service providers in order to confirm your measurements are precise, dependable, and meet industry standards, as well as ensure your products function as intended. If you can’t make it to the show, a virtual portion will also be available for (90) days beginning on October 5th.

Our Tunable LED Standard is a 5-channel source capable of providing a continuous spectrum from 380 to 1000 nm, ideal for applications such as touch displays, heads-up displays, automotive lighting and sensor displays, and colorimeter and camera calibration. Users can define various reference spectral profiles to suit the application requirements of the device under test.  It can be operated manually, using its display panel, or remotely, via USB and the application software. The application software allows the capability to control individual channel driving currents and monitor detector units. When paired with our OL 770 Spectroradiometer System, transfer calibrations can be performed to precisely determine the spectral output. Together, these two instruments provide a complete in-house calibration solution with the level of accuracy, consistency, and repeatability we’ve built our reputation on.

Please Visit Us At Tabletop Number 46
Register here for the exhibit hall only, free of charge. Simply enter discount code C3pyabm on the payment page for free access to the exhibit hall only (a $50 savings).

We've received our ISO/IEC 17025:2017 accreditation!

Our Calibration Laboratory is accredited by American Association for Laboratory Accreditation (A2LA) for spectral irradiance calibrations, as well as calibrations for total spectral radiant flux and total luminous flux that are defined by our A2LA Scope of Accreditation (Certificate 6064.01, valid through June 30th, 2023). The high technical competence of our staff and our management system ensures that your test results and calibrations are consistently accurate.

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