We manufacture climatic chambers with any light source, and complying with the D65/ID65 emission standard.
For example, an artificial daylight fluorescent lamp combining visible and ultraviolet (UV) outputs, xenon, or metal halide lamps.
The D65 is the internationally recognized standard for outdoor lighting, as defined in ISO 10977 (1993).
ID65 is the equivalent indoor indirect lighting standard. For a light source emitting significant radiation below 320 nm, an appropriate filter (s) may be mounted to eliminate such radiations. This type of illumination is according to Option1 of ICH Q1B guidelines.
In addition to ICH compliant illumination, we manufacture equipment with cold white fluorescent lamps.
They are designed for an output similar to that specified in ISO 10977 (1993); the UV fluorescent lamp has got a spectral distribution from 320 nm to 400 nm with a maximum energy emission between 350 nm and 370 nm.
A significant percentage of UV should be in both the 320 and 360 nm and 360 to 400 nm bands. This type of lighting was developed according to the Option2 of the ICH Q1B guidelines.
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