MUMBAI - Labsphere's Integral Light Measurement Software collects, analyzes and accesses data from Labsphere systems and hardware as well as components from other manufacturers used for solid state light testing. The next generation, Integral 1.2, now supports a wider range of instruments common in photometry laboratories, including Instrument Systems' CAS 140 spectrometer.
Integral increases efficiency in laboratory and production environments by enabling a single user to manage the workflow of multiple light measurement systems. The system controls and automates testing and reporting of results for electrical, thermal and optical performance of solid state lighting.
Integral now supports AC and DC power supplies and power meters from Keithley Instruments Inc., Agilent Technologies, Chroma Systems Solutions, Inc. (including QuadTech), Yokogawa Electric Corporation, and XiTRON Technologies. It also supports temperature monitoring and control devices from OMEGA Engineering inc., and Arroyo Instruments. For optical measurements, Integral supports all of Labsphere's spectrometer products and now with the upcoming release of Integral 1.2 will support the Instrument Systems' CAS 140 spectrometer.
Integral eliminates the need to install the software on computers or mobile devices. It runs seamlessly on the supplied Labsphere Cube (a small form-factor PC acting as a server) and can be accessed globally from multiple devices. Integral is included with Labsphere's illumia®plus product line and supports functionalities such as LM-79 electrical and IESNA LM-82 testing.
Optional API capabilities allow customers to adapt the software to match their unique requirements. Labsphere plans to continue expanding the list of supported test and measurement equipment in future releases of Integral.