Labsphere, Inc., a global leader in photonics test and measurement equipment and services, has been awarded continued global accreditation for ISO/IEC 17025 (NVLAP) and compliance to ANSI/NCSL Z540-1-1994. Labsphere provides innovative solutions for a wide range of applications including LED/SSL lighting, remote sensing, imager/consumer camera, defense and security, and health and biomedical optics to both Production and Research environments
Labsphere originally achieved accreditation as NVLAP Lab Code 200951-0 for Total Spectral Flux and Luminous Flux measurements of its calibrated 2p and 4p lamp standards in 2012. In 2013 the scope was upgraded to include spectral reflectance factor of Labsphere’s proprietary Spectralon® diffuse reflectance standards.
Chief Technologist Greg McKee stated “Labsphere’s mission is to help our customers achieve reliable measurement results by using our calibration standards for all their light measurement, spectroscopy, remote sensing, and imager calibration applications. Customers can be confident that our growing line of NVLAP-accredited calibration services will provide the highest level of accuracy, repeatability, and traceability.”
NVLAP accreditation and ANSI/NCSL Z540-1-1994 compliance signifies that Labsphere operates in accordance with stringent guidelines pertaining to quality management systems, engineering expertise, technical personnel, test and calibration methods, laboratory equipment and environment, measurement traceability, handling of test and calibration items, and accuracy in test and calibration reports.
Labsphere, Inc. is headquartered in North Sutton, New Hampshire, with a satellite facility in China and a global network of distribution partners. Founded in 1979, it is part of the Halma group of companies. Labsphere specializes in the design and manufacture of high-end light measurement solutions for the LED/SSL lighting industry, uniform sources and products for remote sensing and imager/consumer camera calibration, diffuse optical coatings and materials including Spectralon®, Spectraflect®, and Permaflect®, and instrumentation and reflectance standards for spectroscopy applications. For more information, please visit www.labsphere.com.