Introducing AW Technology
A new light source for reflective illumination
AW technology is the latest illumination technology for reflective illumination in a test lab. Our R&D department began developing an AW (Adaptive White) light source after it became clear that fluorescent tubes were becoming increasingly difficult to find. AW technology offers many advantages, such as:
- Adjustable brightness and color temperature (CCT)
- Excellent illumination uniformity
- 25 pre-defined configurable presets
- CRI > 90 and ≥ 95 versions
- Horizontal and vertical user interface versions
- Superior power distribution vs. fluorescent tubes
While AW technology does not offer as many possibilities as iQ-LED technology, it provides an advanced alternative compared to fluorescent tubes. You can now select different correlated color temperatures (CCT) instead of a single color temperature with fluorescent tubes. It is an excellent option for new test labs.
Currently, we are offering AW technology in our lightSTUDIO and iQ-Flatlight product lines.
A new reflective light source for test target illumination
The iQ-Flatlight-AW is a standalone light source that will expand the iQ-Flatlight series using variable correlated color temperatures (CCT). It will also replace the pervious iQ-Flatlights that only used fluorescent tubes. Using AW technology, this version will be set with vertical orientation and is available with CRI > 90 or CRI ≥ 95. The iQ-Flatlight-AW offers a perfect light source for test labs looking for a solution for reflective chart illumination.
The latest light source in the lightSTUDIO product line
The lightSTUDIO-AW replaces the previous lightSTUDIO-S versions that used fluorescent lighting, and it will be available with CRI > 90 or CRI ≥ 95. It also has a twin functionality that allows you to insert a dividing wall to split the test scene into a side-by-side comparison under two separate light spectrums. The iQ-Flatlight-AW is ideal for test labs wanting to evaluate real scenes.
2024 conference schedule
Join us for Electronic Imaging and Photonics West
We are excited to be once again a part of two great conferences this coming January. We look forward to seeing everyone and learning about the latest advancements in imaging and photonics.
- Electronic Imaging Symposium – January 21-25, 2024 – Burlingame, CA
- SPIE Photonics West – January 27 – February 1, 2024 – San Francisco, CA
We will participate in a joint Nynomic booth during the Photonics West conference. We hope to see you all there!
STEVE software update
The latest software update is available for download
Version 1.2.3 of the STEVE-6D software is now available for download. This version includes new features, improvements, and bug fixes. The CIPA profiles are upgraded and work more efficiently with the hexapod. We have also added a new display mode and updated the iQ-Trigger input times.