GLG A 50-1800 presented during SIA Vision Conference 2022 in Paris

We have entered the automotive lighting quality control market with our new goniophotometric system GLG A 50-1800. We are presenting it during the SIA Vision Conference in Paris. Visit us at booth S303. SIA Vision Conference in Paris is a place totally dedicated to technologies for the vehicle Lighting & ADAS/AD community.
We know the challenges faced by engineering teams. Adaptive headlights with more functions being defined are the latest trend and lamps getting longer and more complicated are some of them. They need faster photometric systems in order to improve the approval process.  GLG A 50-1800 is built to help solve testing challenges on a daily basis and get prepared for future developments as well. The main features of the type A goniophotometer are:
  • 3 mechanized H,V and Z axes
  • a DUT moving x,y mechanical mounting table (50 cm x 50 cm) with 80 cm adjustment in the vertical plane
  • increased load capacity, that allows the measurement of lamps weighing up to 50kg, with a width up to a 1,8m and extended angular positioning.
The measurement of the light signal is provided by GL Photometer 3.0 LS. Its high sensitivity and dynamic range allows the measurement of illuminance from 1/10th of millilux up to 1000 kilolux. Sampling rate of 125kHz allows quicker measurements of illuminance and light modulation (flicker). It has been developed in cooperation with the industry leading suppliers such as Panasonic and Hamamatsu Photonics to ensure the highest accuracy and reliability. A new level of performance and usability is supported by completely new and easy to use software including precise alignment protocols and extensive automation capabilities for the entire system. The GLG A 50-1800 goniophotometer systems are compliant with the conformance testing of lamps and signals to UN/ECE and SAE /FMVSS Regulations and the CIE 121-1996 and IESNA LM-75-01 standards regulating far-field photometric and colorimetric measurement systems.
SIA Vision Conference will bring together more than 600 worldwide participants involved in lighting and ADAS, directors, managers, and experts. Contributions are confirmed from car makers Audi, BMW, Hyundai, Mercedes-Benz, Renault, Stellantis, Volvo, their main worldwide lighting/ ADAS suppliers, the regulators and universities, all which will highlight the recent innovations on safety, design, and trends in marketing and in regulations.