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Measurement Assurance Programs

Optical Radiation Measurements

Measurement Assurance Programs

Technical Contacts:
Yuqin Zong (37220M & 37250M)
Tel: 301-975-2332
E-mail: yuqin.zong [at] nist.gov

Maria Nadal (37230M & 37240M)
Tel: 301-975-4632
E-mail: maria.nadal [at] nist.gov

Cameron Miller
Tel: 301-975-4713
E-mail: c.miller [at] nist.gov

Mailing Address:
National Institute of Standards and Technology
100 Bureau Drive, Stop 8442
Gaithersburg, MD 20899-8442
Fax: 301-840-8551

Service ID Number Description of Services Fee ($)
37220M Luminous Intensity Measurement Assurance Program – Two 1000 W FEL lamps are sent to the calibration laboratory to be measured for correlated color temperature and luminous intensity. A report is generated comparing the calibration laboratory results to the NIST measurements. 3952
37230M Solid-state Lighting Measurement Assurance Program – A set of lamps that represents the current solid-state lighting market are sent to the testing laboratory to be measured for total luminous flux, total luminous efficacy, current consumed, electrical power consumed, power factor, chromaticity coordinates, correlated color temperature, and color rendering index. A report is generated comparing the testing laboratory results to the NIST measurements. 4531
37240M Solid-state Lighting and Compact Fluorescent Lamp Measurement Assurance Program – A set of lamps that represents the current solid-state lighting market along with four compact fluorescent lamps are sent to the testing laboratory to be measured for total luminous flux, total luminous efficacy, current consumed, electrical power consumed, power factor, chromaticity coordinates, correlated color temperature, and color rendering index. A report is generated comparing the testing laboratory results to the NIST measurements. 5977
37250M Total Radiant Flux Measurement Assurance Program – Two total spectral radiant flux lamps are sent to the calibration laboratory to be measured for total spectral radiant flux and total luminous flux. A report is generated comparing the calibration laboratory results to the NIST measurements. 5044
Fees are subject to change without notice.

Contacts

Created January 9, 2015, Updated November 15, 2019