LightLab International

Site

Optical and Photometric Laboratory

Accreditation No.

2258

Site No.

22981

Date of Accreditation

17 Oct 1990

Address

50 Redcliffe Gardens Drive
Clontarf, QLD 4019
Australia

lsa.com.au

Contact

Mr T Southgate P: +61 (07) 32837862

Availability

Services available to external clients

Scope of Accreditation

Optical and Photometric Laboratory

ISO/IEC 17025 (2017)

Manufactured Goods

Service Product Determinant Technique Procedure Limitations
Evaluation of consumer and industrial lighting, optical systems and eyewear Automotive lights Luminance Direct measurement using a reference meter ADR 48

Registration plates to ADR 48 in the range 0.005 to 40 000 cd/m2

Automotive lightsNULL Distribution of luminous intensity; Indicating lights functioning status Direct measurement by goniophotometer

ADR 1/00, 6/00, 45/01, 49/00, 52/00, 53/00, 60/00, 74/00

Luminous intensity from 0.1 to 200 kcd for ;
Reversing lamps;
Turn signal lamps;
Side and position markers and outline lamps;
Stop lamps (including high mounted);
Tail lamps;
Aviation signalling; Maritime signallingNULL Distribution of luminous intensity Direct measurement by goniophotometer

CIE 121

angle;

luminous intensity in the range 0.1 to 200 kcd;

Emergency evacuation lighting and exit luminaires Classification of emergency luminaires; Dimensions; Distribution of luminous intensity; Luminance Direct measurement by goniophotometer; Direct measurement using a reference meter

AS/NZS 2293.3:1995 Appendix C, Clauses 3.3, 3.4, 3.5, 3.6;

AS/NZS 2293.3 Appendix C, Clauses 3.3, 3.4, 3.5, 3.6

angle;

luminous intensity from 0.1 to 200 kcd;

luminance from 0.1 to 10000 cd/m2;

dimensions;

CIE 1931 coordinates (x,y)

Emergency evacuation lighting and exit luminaires; General lighting - Fluorescent lamps; General lighting - Incandescent lamps; General lighting - LED and other solid state lamps; High intensity discharge lamps; LED and other solid state lighting sources; Lighting booths and lighting sources; Lighting for roads and public spaces Endurance Direct measurement using a reference meter; Not applicable

AS/NZS 60598.1 Clause 12; IEC 60598-1 Clause 12;

AS/NZS 60598.2.1; IEC 60598.2.1;

AS/NZS 60598.2.2; IEC 60598.2.2;

AS/NZS 60598.2.3; IEC 60598.2.3;

AS/NZS 60598.2.4; IEC 60598.2.4;

AS/NZS 60598.2.5; IEC 60598.2.5;

AS/NZS 60598.2.7; IEC 60598.2.7;

AS/NZS 60598.2.8; IEC 60598.2.8;

AS/NZS 60598.2.10; IEC 60598.2.10;

AS/NZS 60598.2.13; IEC 60598.2.13;

AS/NZS 60598.2.20; IEC 60598.2.20;

AS/NZS 60598.2.21; IEC 60598.2.21;

AS/NZS 60598.2.22; IEC 60598.2.22;

Endurance and life tests for:
Fixed General Purpose Luminaires;
Recessed Luminaires;
Portable General Purpose Luminaires; 
Portable luminaires for garden use;
Handlamps;
Child appealing luminaires;
Ground recessed luminaires;
Lighting chains;
Rope lights;
Lumen depreciation; Lumen maintenance; Temperature - In-situ Direct measurement using a reference meter

AS 2293.3 Appendix D1

AS/NZS 3100 and AS 3137 (Temperature of materials and components only)  

IES TM-21; IES LM-84-14 (Annex A)

Power AC and DC Direct measurement using a reference meter

IES LM-79

ac/dc power;

dc volts;

ac volts;

ac amps;

dc amps;

power factor in the range 0.2 to 1

General lighting - Fluorescent lamps; General lighting - Incandescent lamps; General lighting - LED and other solid state lamps; LED and other solid state lighting sources Colour rendering indices Measurement using a spectroradiometer and software integration

AS/NZS 1680.2.5;

IES LM-79;

CIE 13

Colour rendering index of broadband sources in the range 0 to 100;

Melanopic ratio (melanopic factor) Measurement using a spectroradiometer and software integration

Well Building Standard V1;

CIE 15

DIN 5031:100

Melanopic Ratio for Blackbody sources (2000 K to 9000 K) in the range 0.01 to 10;

Melanopic Ratio for Broadband LED sources and other sources in the range 0.01 to 10;

Cyanosis observation index Measurement using a spectroradiometer and software integration

AS/NZS 1680.2.5;

CIE 15

Broadband LED sources and blackbody sources (2000 K to 9000 K);

Cyanosis observation index in the range 0.5 to 20;

Other sources;

Cyanosis observation index in the range 0.5 to 20;

Correlated colour temperature Measurement using a spectroradiometer and software integration

AS/NZS 1680.2.5;

IES LM-79;

CIE 15.2

Broadband sources;

correlated colour temperature in the range from 900 K to 5000 K;

White sources;

in the range from 2500 to 6500 K;

Chromaticity Measurement using a spectroradiometer and software integration

IES LM-79;

CIE 015

Broadband sources with CCT from 2400 K to 9000 K;

CIE 1931 coordinates (x,y);

CIE 1931 coordinates (u',v');

CIE 1931 (u',v') Colour Differences

Other sources;

CIE 1931 coordinates (x,y);

CIE 1931 coordinates (u',v');

CIE 1931 (u',v') Colour Differences;

Distribution of luminous intensity Not applicable

CIE 121;

IES LM-79

Luminaires for interior lighting with maximum light emitting dimensions not exceeding 1550 mm and rated supply power up to 2 kW;

angle;

relative luminous intensity over the range from 10 to 100000 cd/1000 lamp lm;

luminous intensity from 0.1 to 200 kcd;

light output ratio in the range 1% to 125%;

luminous efficacy in the range from 10 lm/W to 250 lm/W


General lighting - Fluorescent lamps; General lighting - Incandescent lamps; General lighting - LED and other solid state lamps; LED and other solid state lighting sourcesBroadband sources Spectral irradiance Direct measurement using a reference meter

IES LM79

Broadband sources - Relative Spectral Irradiance over the range 380 to 780 nm;
Colour spacial uniformity Indirect measurement using a spectrophotometer and software integration

IES LM-79;

Broadband sources; 
General lighting - Fluorescent lamps; General lighting - Incandescent lamps; LED and other solid state lighting sources Luminous flux Direct measurement by goniophotometer; Direct measurement by integrating sphere; Not applicable

CIE 121;

IES LM-79

Lamps with maximum dimension not exceeding 1550 mm
and rated power up to 2 kW;
Luminous flux in the range from 0.1 lm to 400 klm;
General lighting - LED and other solid state lamps Distribution of luminous intensity; Lamp efficacy; Light output Direct measurement by goniophotometer; Direct measurement by integrating sphere; Direct measurement using a reference meter; Not applicable

IES LM-79

angle;

luminous intensity from 0.1 to 200 kcd;

light output ratio in the range 1% to 125%;

luminous efficacy in the range from 10 lm/W to 250 lm/W

High intensity discharge lampsNULL Distribution of luminous intensity Direct measurement by goniophotometer; Not applicable

CIE 43/121;

IES LM-35; IES LM-79

Luminaires for flood lighting with maximum light emitting dimensions not exceeding 1550 mm and rated supply power up to 2 kW;

angle;

relative luminous intensity over the range from 10 to 100000 cd/1000 lamp lm;

luminous intensity from 0.1 to 200 kcd;

light output ratio in the range 1% to 125%;

luminous efficacy in the range from 10 lm/W to 250 lm/W


Lighting for roads and public spaces Distribution of luminous intensity Direct measurement by goniophotometer; Not applicable

AS/NZS 1158.1; AS/NZS 1158.2; AS/NZS 1158.3;

CIE 121;

IES LM-79

Streetlight luminaires for road lighting with maximum light emitting dimensions not exceeding 1550 mm and rated supply power up to 2 kW;

angle;

relative luminous intensity over the range from 10 to 100000 cd/1000 lamp lm;

luminous intensity from 0.1 to 200 kcd;

light output ratio in the range 1% to 125%;

luminous efficacy in the range from 10 lm/W to 250 lm/W


Lighting for roads and public spaces; Traffic signalling and warning signs Illuminance Direct measurement by goniophotometer; Direct measurement using a reference meter

AS/NZS 1158;

AS/NZS 2144

in the range 0.1 to 1000 lux

Windows, windscreens and other safety glazing products Luminous transmittance Direct measurement using a reference meter

AS 2080:1995 Appendix E

luminous transmittance in the range 0.01 to 1.00;

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