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Radiant Zemax Announces the Latest Addition to its ProMetric I Line of Imaging Colorimeters

Radiant Zemax, a leading provider of light and color test and measurement systems, announces the release of the ProMetric I2, the newest member of its ProMetric I family of imaging colorimeters. Designed to meet the speed and throughput requirements of high-volume production lines, the ProMetric I2 incorporates ProMetric I’s industry-leading technology in a 2MP, 1600 x 1200 pixel model, making it well suited to applications such as color and luminance uniformity testing in flat panel displays (FPDs), light measurement and characterization of LED products, and other test and measurement applications that require speed, flexibility, and seamless operation in production environments.

Radiant Zemax’s imaging colorimeters are specialized CCD-based camera systems that replicate human spatial perception of brightness and color. They combine the benefits of automation – speed, flexibility, and repeatability – with the relevancy and accuracy of human visual perception. ProMetric I, introduced to the market in mid-2013, was developed to deliver this powerful error-proofing technology to production environments. “The improved speed is a game changing feature,” stated Radiant Zemax President and CEO, Paul Caragher. “ProMetric I allows for significantly more complete test coverage without impacting overall throughput, so our customers can improve product quality and reduce costs by capturing and quantifying defects before they make it to market in finished products.”

With the addition of the I2, three models of ProMetric I imaging colorimeters are now available to accommodate a wide range of application requirements: ProMetric I2, I8, and I16, built around 2MP, 8MP, and 16MP cooled interline CCD sensors, respectively. Each is available with a variety of interchangeable lenses, enabling optimized measurements over a wide range of working distances and viewing angles. ProMetric I supports high-speed USB and Ethernet communications, providing reliable operation over long distances. Smart Technology™ features, including electronic lens control and onboard touchscreen, simplify setup and improve measurement accuracy.

The ProMetric I family can be paired with the Radiant Zemax TrueTest™ Automated Visual Inspection system to provide a complete, turnkey solution for high-volume manufacturing of FPDs, illuminated keyboards, and lighting products.

About Radiant Zemax

World leaders in optics, lighting and display devices turn to Radiant Zemax for high value design, test and measurement systems that reduce costs, lower risk and shorten time-to-innovation. Radiant Zemax product lines include Zemax optical and illumination design software, TrueTest automated visual inspection for display systems, and ProMetric imaging colorimeters, photometers and light source measurement systems. Headquartered in Redmond, Washington, Radiant Zemax delivers optics, light and color technology leadership, service and support to customers around the world. Learn more at: RadiantZemax.com.

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