Retroreflectometer measures automotive retroreflectors.
September 16, 2002 - OPTRONIK RMS-l0gse offers hardware and software solution for absolute retroreflection measurement. OPTRONIK OPTO software provides graphical interface with menu driven controls for data acquisition, display, and analysis. Light source is temperature regulated to standard illuminant A, making it ready for use without long burn-in procedures. Unit can be positioned at distances of 10 m (ECE) or 100 ft (SAE). Motor driven detector can be controlled via PC or from front panel keypad.
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P.O. Box 70A
North Sutton, NH, 03260 0070
RMS-10gse Retroreflectometer System
accurate measurement of photometric properties of automotive retroreflectors
Labsphere offers the OPTRONIK RMS-l0gse Retroreflectometer for measurement of automotive retroreflector. The instrument meets the design requirements of both ECE and SAE. RMS-l0gse offers a complete hardware and software solution for absolute retroreflection measurement, including OPTRONIK OPTO software, which provides a graphical interface with menu driven controls for data acquisition, display and analysis.
The RMS-10gse consists of an illumination projector and receiver for the reflected light. The light source is temperature regulated to standard illuminant A, which means it is immediately ready for use without long burn-in procedures. The unit can be positioned in distances of either 10m (ECE) or 100ft (SAE). A motor driven detector is can be controlled via PC or from the units front panel key-pad to set desired observation angles. In combination with the OPTRONIK SMS-10 goniophotometers, the RMS-lOgse provides accurate measurement of the photometric properties of a varietv of retroreflectors.
Contact Labsphere for complete product information, pricing and delivery. Call us at 603-927-4266 or visit www.labsphere.com
231 Shaker Street
PO Box 70
North Sutton, NH 03260
August 20, 2002
Joan A. Beaulieu