Covering any type of luminaire in commercial, industrial and residential space, Ledtroniks`s all-new testing laboratory is fully equipped with state-of-the-art measurement equipment to ensure accurate, repeatable results and efficient operation.
We can perform many tests within our state-of-the-art electronic laboratory, including:
• Photometry testing
• Electrical safety tests
• EMC testing
• Thermal analysis
• Electronic devices functional tests
• Long-term tests
• DALI compatibility tests
EMC testing is a series of tests to ensure the product’s electromagnetic compatibility.
EMC compliance is a mandatory requirement in most markets international markets. EMC testing is necessary to help you meet regulatory requirements, improve product performance and reduce the risk of costly non-compliance.
We perform conducted emissions and immunity testing from 10Hz to 400 MHz, radiated emissions and immunity testing from 10Hz to 40GHz and power supply conditioning.
Effective heat dissipation will maintain optimum brightness of a discharge lamp or extend the life of an LED light source.
Thermal simulations and laboratory tests performed according to standard IEC-60598-1 on luminaires have enabled Ledtroniks to create passive heat sinks in aluminium that ensure perfectly efficient, long-lasting LED under the standard operating conditions.
This profound understanding of the relationship between luminaire design and thermal performance, combined with over seven years of developing high output LED products, has enabled us to design and test evermore imaginative uses of LED technology.
As part of our quality assurance techniques, we evaluate our prototypes efficiently before the final product is released on the market, having access to the following:
Photometry – Luminous Flux (lumens), Intensity (candela), Luminance (candela/square meter), Flash Energy (candela-seconds), Optical Power (candela-seconds/minute)
Colorimetry – CIE Chromaticity Coordinates, Correlated Color Temperature (CCT), Color Rendering Index (CRI), IES TM-30-15
Spectral – Flux (Watts/nm), Intensity (Watts/sr-nm), Peak & Dominant Wavelengths
Electrical – Efficacy (lumens/watt), Voltage, Current, Power, Power Factor, etc.test report sample