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euroLED 2012 Show Supplement


Bentham Instruments Ltd. Stand LED 501 To meet the specific demands of LED measurements, Bentham has developed an extensive range of spectroradiometer systems and accessories including integrating spheres, goniometers, calibration standards and automated life test equipment. We will be featuring our IDR300 spectroradiometer system for fully automated measurements of photobiological safety in accordance with IEC62471 and our range of integrating spheres and monochromators for the evaluation of energy efficiency with respect to the EU’s Energy Related Products directive and the US’s Energy Star programme. www.bentham.co.uk


Stand LED 501


We take a look at some of the exciting lighting companies that will be heading to euroLED this year.


Avantes [UK] Ltd – Stand Innovation Pavillion Avantes will show their latest "AvaRAD" LED and light measuring calibrated spectroradiometers at this years euroLED. A full range of interfacing and remote measuring devices for LEDs, LED arrays, Lamps and Lighting is included. AvaRAD measures the whole or part range from 200 - 1100nm with a wide dynamic range of sensitivity. Head units include large and small integrating spheres; accredited diffuser geometries; and multichannel solutions. Readout is available in all photometric and radiometric units. www.avantes.com


Stand Innovation Pavillion


Hunsbury LED – Stand LED 513 Hunsbury LED will be launching a new range of LED Ribbon 5630 at euroLED, which runs at 24.5w per meter. The team will also be showcasing their new 30amp controllers for constant current and constant Voltage, allowing very long runs of LED Ribbon and easy control of colour mixing, fading and full dimming. New products comply with DMX-0-10 and DALI. www.hunsburyled.co.uk


Stand LED 513


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