Standard Multispectral Lighting System

The Multispectral Lighting System (MLS) is designed to illuminate test charts of up to a width of 2 meters with more than 90% uniformity for image analysis. This new lighting system uses 16 LED channels that can be fully controlled independently and can automatically fit a spectrum with a closed-loop (standard spectra are pre-calibrated). The LED channels are DC-driven, ensuring flicker-free light, although LED flicker can be activated. This lighting system can reach very low light (down to 0.1 lux with 10% precision).

An illuminance feedback loop automatically stabilizes light levels, and the entire system is computer-controlled so that you can program your own lighting scenarios, including the color temperature. The software ensures perfect repeatability of your illumination conditions.​

Sunlight-Near Infrared Multispectral Lighting System

This lighting system has the same characteristics as the standard MLS product, but comes with 4 additional LED channels in near-infrared (NIR) and one additional LED channel in visible light. This creates an unprecedented ability to mimic daylight by reaching light levels up to 50K lux with a spectrum that goes through the full range of visible light and NIR.​

General specifications:

  • Size: 785 x 203 x 1590 mm
  • Material: Aluminum
  • Weight: 38-45 kg per projector

Technical specifications:

  • From 0.1 to 50 000 lux
  • Spectrum: 360–980 nm
  • Flicker mode: 50–1000 Hz (50% duty cycle)
  • Ethernet connection
  • 100-240V 50-60Hz
  • Max consumption: 2500W

Key features:

  • Flicker-free (DC-driven)
  • Closed loop (light level and spectrum)
  • Computer control​ & API software
  • Flicker mode (independent for each side)
  • Short transition time (<30 ms)
  • Daylight (0.1 to 50K lux), IR (700 to 980 nm)
  • References: MLS_001 & MLS_SUNIR_001

Fully manageable via our Lab Manager

  • Setup Calibration in a few clicks
  • Spectrum selection and control
  • Light level close-loop control
  • Live spectrum and light level feedback