DMS SeriesGoniometer systems for display characterizationWe bring quality to light.

01 \\ DMS series – designed for theperfection of displays Fig. 1: The diffusing hemisphere is a valuable DMS-accessory for contrast measurement of reflective displaysThe DMS series is recognized as aworldwide standard and referencefor extensive analyses of electrooptical displays, related materialsand components at every stageof the engineering and productionprocess. It consists of four individualgoniophotometric systems, varying insize and function.All DMS systems enable:y M easurement of luminance,contrast and chromaticity underdifferent display driving states andviewing directionsy D etermination of flicker andresponse timey Q ualification of environmentalimpacts as ambient illuminationand temperatures2 //Instrument Systems } DMS SeriesThe first DMS test units weredesigned in the 1980s by AutronicGmbH, a spin-off of the KarlsruheUniversity. The company wasresponding to the urgent needsof the LCD industry for accuratecharacterization of LCD contrastvariations for different viewingdirections. Constantly cateringfor the demands of the displayindustry, the company not onlypromoted the vast development ofLC displays to today’s large areaTV screens, but also triggeredthe global standardization ofdisplay measurement methods ininternational organizations.In 2012, the intellectual property ofthe DMS series was acquired byInstrument Systems GmbH Munich.The company is market leader forhigh-quality spectroradiometers andcomprehensive light measurementsolutions for the display and LEDindustry. As a highly respectedmember of various displayassociations and organizationssuch as CIE, IEC, ISO, SID, DFF,VESA and ICDM we are activelyinvolved in the design of standards,new methods and metrologicalfundamentals.Instrument Systems is continuouslyimproving the performance of DMSgoniometer systems, includingcomprehensive software featuresand advanced accessories toanswer technological challenges indisplay-related research and qualityinspection labs all over the world.

02 \\ Diverse customers, variousmeasurement ationDesignQuality ControlCHALLENGESMaterial & Component MakerLC/OLED cellsOptical filmsDisplay Panel MakerDisplay IntegratorLED arrayDUTsCUSTOMERLC/OLED panelsDisplay ManufacturerDisplay systemsBrand ownerDevices Fig. 2: Applications in the display industryThe versatility of the DMS seriesis mirrored in the diversity of ourcustomers. Instrument Systems hasalways the perfect system – for allkinds of DUTs and measurementchallenges such as product specification, optimization or quality control.Material, component and displaypanel manufacturers analyze singleLC cells, optical films, LED arrays orLC/OLED panels in different stagesof their engineering and productionprocess. They constantly improvedisplay performance and assure thehighest quality of the final device.Display panel makers andintegrators test the quality ofdisplay modules according toindustry-specific requirements,e.g. for the consumer, automotive,military or medical sector. Theydemand highly automatedand comprehensive displaycharacterization tools in their qualitycontrol laboratories.y D esign and optimization ofBrand owners and displaymanufacturers want to ensure thequality and constant improvementof the final device itself. They arechallenged with measurement tasksover the whole product engineeringand production process.yDue to its broad DMS portfolio,Instrument Systems is the leadingsolution provider for nearly everymeasurement challenge in thecontext of goniometric displaycharacterization and testing:yyyyillumination systems for areadisplays and development ofcorrection filtersA nalysis of optical parametersas a function of the display andmaterial temperatureA nalysis of the opticalperformance under variousambient illumination situationsD efinition and generation ofdisplay specification data as abasis for communication betweensupply chain, manufacturer, brandowner and end-userA utomated quality control anddisplay characterizationI ncoming and outgoing qualityinspection (IQC / OQC) forcomponents, materials, displaymodules and final devicesInstrument Systems } DMS Series3 //

03 \\ Functional principle of DMS systemsThe instruments of the DMS seriesare designed to measure andqualify any electro-optical displayunder typical application situationsrepresenting complex humanhandling:y Control of the viewing direction(Φ axis, θ axis)y Control of the lateralmeasurement position (X, Y axis)y Control of ambient illumination(illuminance level, geometry,spectral distribution, angle ofincidence)y Control of DUT temperaturey Control of displayed patterns orelectrical driving parametersIn order to obtain accurate andrepeatable measurement results, oneparameter is varied while all othersare kept constant.The basis of the DMS system is ahigh-precision goniometer. Itallows a full viewing direction scanby motorized azimuth-rotation Φand angle of inclination θ (Fig.3).Uniformity scans can be realized bycontrolling the lateral DUT position(X,Y).The integrated DUT driving unitcontrols a variety of differentsamples: e.g. analog signals, sourcemeters or display control interfaces.A microscope optic enablesreproducible selection of themeasuring spot size. Two lightmeasurement devices (LMD), aspectrometer and a photometer,are connected to the microscopevia optical fiber. Both are absolutelycalibrated.The spectrometer evaluates thespectral power distribution, fromwhich the CIE tristimulus values andall photometric values are obtained.The photometer measures fasttemporal changes in luminance e.g.response time and flicker.Light measurement devicesΦ AxisMicroscope OpticsReflectiveIlluminationAxisθ AngleY AxisZ AxisHeat-cool systemDUT Driving UnitX AxisSoftware PackageY AxisTransmissive IlluminationDMSControl Fig. 3: Display measurement with the DMS systems:Angular characterization of luminance, contrast, chromaticity and related parameters4 //Instrument Systems } DMS SeriesViPer Evaluation

A heat-cool system may beintegrated for temperaturedependent measurements andconformance testing as required e.g.for automotive standards.Different illumination devicessimulate the disturbing impactof ambient light on displays. Atransmissive light source canbe used to qualify passive LCcomponents or polarizer films.A comprehensive softwarepackage (DMSControl/ ViPerEvaluation) controls automatedmeasurement procedures andgenerates comprehensive resultreports.Note:Each DMS basic system can easilyembed customized solutions such asfixtures, additional optics or specificdriving devices. Due to this unrivaledflexibility and our broad experiencewith customer-specific modifications,every DMS system will fit exactly ourcustomers needs!04 \\ The DMS goniophotometersWhether you want to measure smallsmart watch displays or large TVscreens – Instrument Systems hasthe solution!Our 4 goniophotometers DMS903, DMS 803, DMS 505, andDMS 201 provide 2-6 axes for amanual respectively fully motorizedDUT positioning. A great variety ofaccessories is available for detailedanalysis of the electro-optical andcolorimetric characteristics ofdisplays under various environmentaland illumination conditions. All oursolutions can be configured torun VESA, ICDM, SAE, TCO, ISO,and other standardized displaymeasurement tests.This makes the systems of theDMS series perfectly suitable forall desired applications in researchand development, as well as qualityinspection.DMS 903 – Extra LargeDMS 803 – ReferenceDMS 201 – Manualy Maximum grade of automation fory Maximum versatility for small toy 2 manual axes for angularmedium to large sized samplesy 6 motorized axes for automatedmeasurementsy Motorized microscope aperturewheel and integrated view findercameray Multiple accessories to test DUTunder ambient illumination anddifferent temperaturesmedium sized samplesy 6 motorized axes for automatedmeasurementsy Multiple accessories to test DUTunder ambient illumination anddifferent temperaturespositioning and adjustmenty Budgetary solution with optionalillumination and temperaturecontrol accessoriesDMS 505 – Cost-efficienty Very flexible system for small tomedium sized samplesy 3 motorized axes, 3 manual axesy Multiple accessories to test DUTunder ambient illumination anddifferent temperaturesInstrument Systems } DMS Series5 //

Overview of the DMS basic systemsComponent / FeatureDMS 201DMS 505DMS 803DMS 903Axis motorized-Theta, Phi, ZTheta, Phi, Z, X, Y,Refl. Illum.Theta, Phi, Z, X, Y,Refl. Illum.Axis manualTheta, Z, Refl. Illum.X, Y, Refl. Illum.--Microscope spot selectionmanualmanualmanualmotorized (SW selectable)Light shielding box- Max. diagonal600 mm (23")600 mm (23")600 mm (23")1800 mm (72")Max. diagonal for motorizedx-y scanning--459 mm (18")1270 mm (50")Orientation of DUT surfacehorizontalhorizontalhorizontalhorizontalCAS 140D Spectroradiometer PMT - Fast Photometer Diffuse transmissive Diffuse reflective - DHS Diffuse reflective - SDR 1) -Diffuse reflective - VADIS Directional reflective - PID Directional reflective - PLS -MechanicsDUT dimensionsLMDsTemperature controlHCS - Heat-cool systemIlluminationDUT driving and electrical measurementArbitary signal generator Keithley 2400 sourcemeter External Pattern and VideoGenerators Customer specific DUTdriving -DMSControl ViPer Report Generator Advanced Device ControlInterface (DCI) OptionsSCAN 300 X-Y scanningrange extensionSoftware1)Limited thickness of DUT. Max. DUT thickness: 15 mm.6 //Instrument Systems } DMS Series

05 \\ C ombined light measurementdevices (LMD)A key feature of the optical design ofthe DMS systems is that photometricparameters and spectral distributionscan be determined within onemeasuring process. This conceptallows measurement of multipleparameters within one system.Microscope opticsSpectroradiometerMicroscope opticFast photometerA spectrometer and photometerare connected via optical fiberto a microscope optic, whichrepresents the human observer. Themicroscope features either a viewfinding camera or an eyepiece withmagnification optics and integratedtarget crosshairs for accurateset-up and focusing on the DUTsurface. It enables reproducibleselection, either motorized ormanual, of the measuring spot size.The spectrometer and photometercan run either stand-alone or incombination. Fig. 4: Light path from display to measuring deviceTechnical specificationsMicroscopeDMS 201 / 505 / 803DMS 9030.5 mm, 1 mm, 3 mm, 8 mm0.5 mm, 1 mm, 2 mm, 3 mm, 5 mm, 7mm, 10 mmMeasurement spot selectionmanualmotorized (SW selectable)Observation of DUTeye pieceview finder cameraTheta inclination0-90 0-80 Connection to LMD(Light measurement device)single optical fiberbifurcated optical fiberLMD selectionmanualSW selectableMeasurement spot sizes1)1)Other spot sizes or configuration with integrated polarision filters on request.Instrument Systems } DMS Series7 //

03 000 K4955 000 K10 000 K0.35902 000 K6001 000 K61020 000 . Fig: 5: CAS 140D – Reference spectroradiometerwith highest color accuracyHigh-end spectroradiometerCAS 140DThe determination of all photometricand colorimetric quantities resultsfrom software calculation of thespectral measurement data. Thisis why the quality and precisionof the spectroradiometer in actionis extremely important. The CAS140D, which is recommended forthe DMS systems, combines highestmeasurement accuracy, reliability,and stability.Its excellent technical specificationsand high optical throughput makeit an extremely versatile device forusage in reference laboratories aswell as in production lines.In particular the CAS 140D providessome essential attributes for displaycharacterization:y The optical design results inThe broad dynamic range of theinstrument can easily measurelow and high light intensities.y T he excellent stray lightproperties ensure accuratespectral measurement.y C olor accuracy of /- 0.0015guaranteed by our DIN EN ISO17025 accredited laboratories.outstanding sensitivity and allowsmeasurement of extremely smallluminance values e.g. OLED.Technical specificationsSpectroradiometerSpectral rangeTechnicalspecificationsVIS (CAS140D151U1A)1)360-830 nmSpectral resolution2.2 nm 2)Integration time4 ms - 65 sSensor dynamic range37,000 : 1Non-Linearity 0.5%Cooling-10 CPolarization sensitivity 1%SensitivityMeasuring range luminance0.001cd/m2 – 1000 kcd/m2Accuracy and precision 3)LuminanceColor coordinates (x,y) 4)Dominant wavelengthInstrumental precision (single system) 0.1% 0.00010.02 nmAccuracy 3% 0.00150.5 nmStray light1)2)3)4)Broadband for Illuminant A radiation5x10E-4for LED1x10E-4Other models on request.Spectral range of DMS 803 is limited to 360-800 nm by DMS Software. Minimum achievable, extended relative measuring uncertainty applied to a twofold standard deviation.Only applies to the measuring and ambient conditions used for calibration (e.g. without density filter, optimum spectral range, sufficient signal level, etc.).For white LEDs.8 //Instrument Systems } DMS Series

Light fiber connected to microscope opticPhotomultiplier tubeElectrical signal output Fig. 6: Fast Photometer PMT 3 withphotomultiplier tubeFast photometer PMT 3High-quality displays need fasttransitional periods to visualizemoving images. Thus, rapidtemporal changes in luminancehave to be measured, necessitatingan extremely fast-performingmeasurement device.The PMT 3, a fast photometer withphotomultiplier tube, has beenoptimized for this application. Dueto its high sensitivity, the PMT 3 isalso suited to light detection of veryweek signals. Transfer and extremelyfast switching characteristics e.g. ofOLED cells or light artefacts as flickercan be measured in the microsecondrange. Internal low pass filters allowdisturbing frequencies to be cut off.Two photometer models are availablewith different bandwidths for LCDand OLED applications (100/500kHz).Note:The unique DMS design with a highclass spectroradiometer from ourCAS series and a specially designedphotometer, optimized for measuringextremely fast luminance changes,guarantees prompt, accurate andreliable measurement results thatare, universally applicable for anydisplay technology.Technical specificationsFast PhotometerPMT 3/100PMT 3/500Bandwidth100 kHz500 kHzRise time / Decay Time (10 - 90%)max. 4 μsmax. 750 nsMin. sample period0.5 µstbdMax. number of samples31999tbdLow-pass filter cutoff frequenciesnone ( 100 kHz), 30 kHz, 3 kHz,300 Hz, 30 Hz, 10 Hznone ( tbd kHz), 100 kHz, 10k kHz,1 kHz, 100 Hz, 10 HzMeasuring range0.025 cd/m2 – 400 kcd/m2Analog-to-digital converter12 bit AD converter, 2 MHz bandwidthInstrument Systems } DMS Series9 //

06 \\ HCS Heat-cool systemEach DMS system can be extendedwith an appropriate heat-cool systemto take temperature-dependentmeasurements of optical displayproperties and conformance testing.Since only the DUT is exposed to theairflow, the microscope, LMDs andgoniometer remain constant at roomtemperature. Precise airflow controlallows measurement of the testspecimen at stabilized temperaturesin the range -40 C to 105 C.HCS systems can be complementedwith the following accessories:y Extension rings for testing Fig. 7: The heat-cool system HCS-3 exposes the DUT totemperatures from -40 C to 100 C.different DUT heights.y R otary stage for smaller LC testcells to measure up to 8 test cellswithin one temperature ramp(HCS-3B)y Manual x, y, z stage for DUTheight and position adaptiony Internal motorized positioningstage with 15“ travelling range(HCS-4)Hot / Cold airflowDry air purge Fig. 8: Airflow inside the “HCS chamber”10 //Instrument Systems } DMS Series

Technical specificationsHeat-Cool SystemDMS 803, DMS 505, DMS 201DMS 903HCS-3HCS-3BHCS-4Temperature range-35 C to 85 C-40 C to 100 C-35 C to 85 CTemperature accuracy 1 C 1 C 1 CTemperature resolution0.1 C0.1 C0.1 CTypical transition time 1)ambient to -35 C: 30 minambient to 85 C: 45 minambient to -40 C: 30 minambient to 100 C: 45 minambient to -35 C: 40 minambient to 85 C: 80 minUsable internal diameter365 mm / 14"370 mm / 14"917 mm / 36"Usable internal height29 mm41 mmmax. 146 mm with extension110 mm without xy-stagemax. 180 mm with extension70 mm with xy stageTheta inclination0 to 60 0 to 60 0 to 70 Phi rotation0 to 360 0 to 360 0 to 360 X- and Y-axis of base mechanism-5 mm to 5 mm-5 mm to 5 mm-5 mm to 5 mmx- and y-axis of internal stage--50 mm to 50 mm300 mm x-axis and 225 mm y-axisz-axis of internal stage-16 mm-Temperatureson DUT propertiesDimensionsTravel range1)For empty chamber.07 \\ SCAN 300 Scanning stageThe SCAN 300 x-y scanning stageis an optional accessory for use withDMS 803, DMS 505 and DMS 201.This motorized positioning stageextends the existing x-y travellingrange of the basic mechanism to300 x 300 mm, allowing full scansof displays up to 16’’. With themanual DMS 201 system it enablesmotorized positioning and automatedscanning.The SCAN 300 is integrated into theDMSControl software to maintain theusual comfort level of fully automatedmeasurements of any type of display,optical components, back light units,etc. Fig. 9: The motorized SCAN 300 extends the field of measurement for displays up to 16”.Instrument Systems } DMS Series11 //

08 \\ L ight sources and illuminationdevicesRelative spectralradiant powerIt is important to measure the effectof ambient illumination on displaysunder well-defined geometricconditions. Due to the openstructure of DMS systems, a broadselection of different illuminationdevices can be easily integrated.A HEL-4 halogen light source andan LC8 xenon discharge lamp areoptionally available (applicationexample see Fig. 9).Moreover, five additional illuminationdevices will cover all importantdisplay measurement applications(for details see overview on page 13).They deliver light from incandescent,discharge, luminescent and othersources. Directional illuminationdevices can be provided withadditional adjustable polarizers(linear and circular, absorptive filmand birefringent crystal types).This unique flexibility makes our DMSsystems the best choice for:y systematic optimization ofanti-glare treatments (e.g.scattering layers) andy non-scattering anti-reflectionmeasurements based on dielectricinterference coatings and circularpolarizers.HEL-4LC8Source: Hamamatsu Photonics K.K.Wavelength / nm Fig. 10: Typical spectral power distribution of HEL-4 (incandescent tungsten halogen lamp, red curve) and LC8(xenon discharge lamp, blue curve) light sourcesImpact of ambient lighton display performanceDisplays are used under differentambient illumination conditions.Ambient illumination causesreflections on the display which havean impact on performance. Contrastand saturation may be reduced,fusion conflicts and glare effectscan occur. For the observer, thismay lead to a loss of perceptibility12 //Instrument Systems } DMS Seriesof the displayed visual informationbut may also cause headaches. Itis therefore important to qualify thedisplay’s performance under ambientillumination.consistent measurement data.IEC 62341-6-2 (“Measuring methodsof visual quality and ambientperformance”) provides detailedguidance.Equipment with high repeatabilityand stability is required for simulatingdifferent ambient light conditions.The set-up of light-source, detectorand device under test must bestandardized in order to generateThe overview on page 13 showsin detail Instrument Systems lightsources and illumination devices thatallow complete characterization ofdisplay performance under variousambient illumination conditions.

Overview of illumination devices for DMS seriesGeometric ConditionIllumination Device & ApplicationDHS - Diffusing HemisphereMeasurement of contrast inreflective mode of operationSDR – Integrating Sphere forDiffuse ReflectanceMeasurement of spectralreflectance and evaluation ofdisplay performance under ambientilluminationVADIS - Variable Aperture DiffuseSourceMeasurement of surface scatteringand evaluation of display performanceunder ambient illuminationPID – Parallel IlluminationDeviceMeasurement of BRDF (BidirectiveReflectance Distribution Function)PLS – Point Light SourceMeasurement of BRDF,specular reflectance factor,luminance factor, etc.Instrument Systems } DMS Series13 //

09 \\ DUT driving unitSW I MPX I A I B I I I VUSB I RS232 I CANLVDS I RGBHDMI I DVIApp Fig. 11: Schematic diagram showing the different DUT connections of the DMS driving unitDMS systems include an efficientDUT driving unit. It is required formeasuring an optical parameter (i.e.luminance) as a function of a drivingcondition(i.e. electrical driving parameter ortest pattern) or in order to automatedisplay testing procedures.The driving unit is used forconnecting and driving differentdevices and DUTs.A variety of DUT connection typesare compatible, e.g. analog signals,RJ45 Ethernet, RS232, USB, 230V power connection or SUBMIN D9customizable connectors.For LCD cells the DMS systemsprovide an optional 1 to 4 channelarbitrary signal generator for analogstandard signals (e.g. DC, squarewave, MPX-A/B, user definedsignals).For display modules the DMSsystems offer an advanceddisplay control software interface(DCI Advanced) that permits theintegration of any customer specificdriving equipment via standardinterface.For standard signals such asHDMI, DVI, the interface permitsthe integration of video driving units,pattern generators, source metersand other external hardware devices. Fig. 12: Generation of test and alignment patterns by connecting pattern and video generators through the native device control interface (DCI advanced)14 //Instrument Systems } DMS Series

10 \\ S oftware package forcontrol & evaluationProgrammable Measurement SequencesMeasurement ControlDeviceControl (DCI)DataAnalysisReport GeneratorViPer EvaluationDMSControl Fig. 13: Comprehensive software package DMSControl and ViPer Evaluation for device and DUT control,measurement sequence automation, evaluation and reportingAll measuring instruments in theDMS series are supplied as astandard with a software packageconsisting of the DMSControlTMsoftware for operating theinstruments and the ViPer Evaluationsoftware for powerful visualperformance analysis of the testresults.DMSControl The DMSControl software enablescomfortable control of all hardwaredevices connected to the DMSsystem. It consists of three modules.The Measurement Control modulepermits the execution of applicationoriented measurement functions,such as contrast, flicker, cross-talk,response time, angular and areascans and reflection measurements.Single measurement steps canbe combined into measurementprograms which can be saved andre-called. This allows automatedmeasurements for maximumefficiency in R&D and quality controllaboratories.This is how simple yourmeasurement will be:y P lace your sample in position.A Report Generator module issupplied as an option for exportingdata into Excel.y C hoose a pre-definedmeasurement program.y P ress START.y S oftware routines for complexThe module DCI Advanced(Device Control Interface) controlsexternal devices. DUT driving andmeasurement must be synchronizedin order to realize automatedmeasurement sequences. DCIAdvanced provides an Pythoninterface for the integrationand control ofexternal hardware,e.g. video drivingunits, patterngenerators,source meters orcustomer specificcontrol boards.display characterizationsequences will be performedauomatically.y R eport and export results will begenerated in the desired format.}Fig. 14: DMSControl SoftwareInstrument Systems } DMS Series15 //

ViPer EvaluationThe ViPer Evaluation softwareprovides a wide range of evaluationfunctions, visualizations anddata export options for the DMSmeasurement data, e.g.:ViPer Evaluation also provides anumber of numerical calculation toolsto convolute measured spectral datato user defined illuminance levels andillumination spectra e.g. D65.Plots, graphics and relatedmeasurement data can be easilyexported to MS Office applicationsby just a few clicks.y Angular or area scan graphsy Flicker graphsy E lectro-optical characteristics(gamma)y S pectrum graphsy C hromaticity graphsAppealing graphical views can becreated with various scales andcoordinate systems. The coordinatesystem used in a graph can bemodified in appearance. Differentdata sets can be combined intoone graph for comparison. A directconnection between DMSControlTMand ViPer software supports realtime colorimetric evaluation andevaluation of measurement data. Fig. 15: The Flicker Graph view shows luminance fluctuations of a photometer measurement as a function of time,FFT flicker luminance and VESA resp. JEITA flicker curves as a function of wavelength and flicker evaluation results.DMS turnkey solutionThe software package DMSControl ViPer in combination with theDevice Control Interface andReport Generator completes theDMS turnkey solution. Seamlessintegration of hardware andsoftware assures high usability andan application-oriented workflow.Repetitive measurement tasks caneasily be automated for maximumefficiency. Fig. 16: Overview ViPer Evaluation16 //Instrument Systems } DMS Series

Fig. 17: The SWC Series Grey Level view showsphotometric intensities derived from photomultipiermeasurements as a function of time for differentgrey level combinations. Fig. 18: The angular scan graph view showsluminance or color as a function of the viewingdirection in a polar coordinate system. DUT measured in black state (left) and white state (middle)will automatically be combined to a polar plot ofthe contrast ratio (right). Fig 19: The SDR view shows the spectral reflectance, color shifts, emitted and reflected radiance, CIE color and the ambient contrast as a function of illuminance.The ambient contrast is calculated according to IEC 62341-6-2.Instrument Systems } DMS Series17 //

12 \\ Technical informationOverview of DMS basic systemsComponent / FeatureDMS 201DMS 505DMS 803DMS 903Theta inclination angle0 to 90 1), 4)0 to 90 1)0 to 90 1)0 to 80 Phi rotation angle-0 to 360 0 to 360 0 to 360 Reflective Illumination angle0 to 90 0 to 90 0 to 90 0 to 70 Min. step Theta / Phi / Refl.Illumn.1 4)/ - / 1 4)0.01 0.01 0.01 X / Y translation- 10 mm 50 mmX: 300 mm/ Y: 225 mmZ translation300 mm 4)114 mm250 mm280 mmMin. step X / Y / Z-0,01 mm0.01 mm0.01 mmSphere of confusion (all axis)-100 µm100 µm300 µmMaximum diagonal600 mm / 23"600 mm / 23"600 mm / 23"1800 mm / 72"Maximum diagonal formotorized x-y scanning--459 mm / 18"1270 mm / 50"Max. thickness300 mm114 mm250 mm280 mmOrientation of DUT surfacehorizontalhorizontalhorizontalhorizontalDMS mechanics L x W x H790 mm x 500 mmx 580 mm1500 mm x 1080 mmx 2030 mm1500 mm x 1080 mmx 2030 mm2000 mm x 1895 mmx 1855 mmElectronics rack19" table rack715 mm x 555 mmx 1025 mm715 mm x 555 mmx 1025 mm715 mm x 555 mmx 1250 mmThermostream temp. control1000 mm x 725 mmx 1240 mm1000 mm x 725 mmx 1240 mm1000 mm x 725 mmx 1240 mm1000 mm x 725 mmx 1240 mmDMS mechanics35 kg405 kg405 kg700 kgElectronics rack10 kg105 kg105 kg120 kgThermostream temp. control230 kg230 kg230 kg230 kgPower Main system 2)200 - 250 VAC (230 Vnominal), 50/60 Hz, 16 A,1 phase200 - 250 VAC (230 Vnominal), 50/60 Hz, 16 A,1 phase200 - 250 VAC (230 Vnominal), 50/60 Hz, 16 A,1 phase200 - 250 VAC (230 Vnominal), 50/60 Hz, 16 A,1 phaseSpace (footprint) 3)-4000 mm x 2800 mm4000 mm x 2800 mm5000 mm x 3000 mmOperating temperature23 C ( 5 C) relative humidity 0-60%, non-condensingMAIN SYSTEMMechanics1), 4)1), 4)1)DUT dimensionsDimensionsWeightFacility Requirements70 for all automated measurements, 90 for operator control.Additional transformator available for 100-115 V, 50/60 Hz, 20A.Includes DMS mechanism, electronics rack, PC, Thermostream and operation space.4)Manual movement without motorization.1)2)3)Detailed information about the individual facility requirementsof each DMS system can be found in our datasheet:18 //Instrument Systems } DMS Series

13 \\ Order informationOrder numberDescriptionBasic systemDMS-201-1Model DMS 201-1 comprising:Goniometer with 2 manual axes; Microscope viewing opticsDMS-505-1Model DMS 505-1 comprising: Goniometer with 3 motorized and 3 manual axes; microscope viewing optics;fast photometer PMT 3/100; 2 x HEL-4 light sources; transmissive illumination; DHS diffuse-reflective source; GRU withASG-1 (1 channel) and power amplifier PA 3/60; light shielding box; PC with table; DMSControl and ViPer softwareDMS-505-4Model DMS 505-4 comprising: Goniometer with 3 motorized and 3 manual axes; microscope viewing optics;fast photometer PMT 3/100; 2 x HEL-4 light sources; transmissive illumination; DHS diffuse-reflective source; GRU withASG-4 (4 channels) and power amplifiers PA 3/60; light shielding box; PC with table; DMSControl and ViPer softwareDMS-803-1Model DMS 803-1 comprising:Goniometer with 6 motorized axes; microscope viewing optics; fast photometer PMT 3/100; 2 x HEL-4 light sources;transmissive illumination; DHS diffuse-reflective source; GRU with ASG-1 (1 channel) and power amplifier PA 3/60;light shielding box; PC with table; DMSControl and ViPer softwareDMS-803-4Model DMS 803-4 comprising:Goniometer with 6 motorized axes; microscope viewing optics; fast photometer PMT 3/100; 2 x HEL-4 light sources;transmissive illumination; DHS diffuse-reflective source; GRU with ASG-4 (4 channels) and power amplifiers PA 3/60;light shielding box; PC with table; DMSControl and ViPer softwareDMS-903-1Model DMS 903-1 comprising:Goniometer with 6 motorized axes; microscope viewing optics; fast photometer PMT 3/100; 1 x HEL-4 light source;transmissive illumination; GRU with ASG-1 (1 channel) and power amplifier PA 3/60; light shielding enclosure;PC with table; DMSControl and ViPer softwareDMS-903-4Model DMS 903-4 compris

Instrument Systems GmbH Munich. The company is market leader for high-quality spectroradiometers and comprehensive light measurement solutions for the display and LED industry. As a highly respected member of various display associations and organizations such