Ambient Light Simulation Chamber

Custom Test Tools
The “Ambient Light Chamber” uses thousands of ultra-bright white LEDs, allowing a multi-directional wash of light over a device under test, and can be expanded to include near infrared wavelengths. Allows for testing the practical range of intensities reportable by embedded ambient light sensors common in consumer electronics.

Ambient Light Simulation Chamber

ALSC-21-M-15
The ALSC-21-M-15 Ambient Light Chamber is a test apparatus with thousands of ultra-bright white LEDs, allowing a multi-directional wash of light over a device under test. The system can be expanded to include near infrared wavelengths. The chamber is interfaced with a host system via Ethernet. Light can be varied from very dim (5-10 lux) to daylight (80,000 lux). This allows testing the practical range of intensities reportable by embedded ambient light sensors in common consumer electronics.

Features
• LEDs on all internal walls
• 12-bit (4096) intensity steps per channel
• Up to 80,000 lux
• Color temperature range 5000-5650K
• Built-in near infrared options available
• Built-in optical diffuser evens spread of light
• Each wall is individually assembled and contains addressable subsets
• Ethernet interface
• C/C++ libraries for full automation
• Much smaller and lighter than ALSC-21-6-40
• Optional filter accessory allows modification of color and color temperature

Dimensions:
Outer – L 20.3″ × W 20.3″ × H 24.7″
Inner – L 16″ × W 16″ × H 16″

Weight: 65 lbs