Photobiological Risk Class Analysis

Aside photopic and colorimetrical stimuli of the human eye, other interactions of biological cells and processes are caused by optical radiation.

The risk of danger needs to be specified especially for the non-visible parts of the spectrum of a radiant source.

Know-How - Analysis for Rating Photobiological Safety

Risk classes and photobiological effects can be analyzed based onto measurements of the double-monochromator version of the OL 750D

IEC EN 62471 compatibel
The spectral radiance is being measured utilzing telescope optics modules of required variable viewing angles. Integrating sphere optics modules provide an optimum of cosine response detecting the spectral irradiance of sources

Covering entire wavelength range of 200nm to 3000nm
Special adapted components of the monochromatore and specific detection systems allow a fully automated measurement also above 1400nm

Sun Protection Factors and UV-Index

Double-monochromators for measurements of spectral transmission up to 5 Dekaden

Recommended instrument

Photobiological Safety

Measurements of spectral distributions over 200nm - 3µm for analysis acc. DIN EN 62471

Recommended instrument

Radiation Monitoring

Long-term data logging using single detectors

Recommended instrument

Solar UV-Radiation Measurements

Portable Spectroradiometers for analyzing Erythem-relevant radation also for sun light

Recommended instrument

Underwater Spectral Measurements

Spectroradiometer systems utilising water-proofed fiber optic probes and integrating spheres

Recommended instrument

Certification of Irradiance Chambers

Classification of spectral irradiance distributions acc. specific response functions

Recommended instrument