Videos Tutorials

Compilations of selected video trainings can help to understand the context of a measurement task and generate confidence in practical handling. Topics like unboxing, explanations of components and system setup will be shown as well as the presentation of software features which invite recapitulating and optimizing measurements to be done.

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LMK LabSoft - Series LMK5 with GigE-Interface

You will find here a set of videos related to the use of Series LMK5 Imaging Photometers:

  • Unboxing LMK5
  • Preparing Measures: Using lenses, positioning, orientation and focussing
  • LabSoft: Select meaurement ranges, working with regions for reading results
  • LabSoft: Using special analysis for selected applications
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LMK LabSoft - Series LMK mobile advanced

This compilation is related to the portable LMK based onto the SLR cameras Canon EOS D:

  • Getting Started: Basic settings for using Canon SLR for photometric measures
  • LabSoft: Reporting features, working with regions for reading results
  • LabSoft: Using special analysis for selected applications
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Basics in Radiation Standards

Presentation of different calibration standards and related fields of application:

  • Incandescent lamp standards for photometric and spectral parameters
  • Deuterium lamp standards for parameters into the UV-range
  • Integrating sphere standards for spectral radiance and spectral irradiance
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OL 770-NVS Use for Night Vision Measurements

Overview about the components of the OL 770-NVS Night Vision Measurement System, introduction into its system setup and using the OL 770 Application Software

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OL 770 Use for Source Spectral Analysis

This set of videos shows how to setup the OL 770 High-Speed Spectradiometer and its Application Software for general source spectral analysis. Measurements are presented e.g. for:

  • Spectral radiant flux (W/nm, lm)
  • Spectral radiant intensity (W/sr nm, cd)
  • Spectral radiance (W/sr m²nm, cd/m²nm)
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