Universal LightProbes™ offer a unique Two-part Solution with an S2 Sensor assembled with your choice of Fiber-Optic Probe, providing a quick and easy customization for your specific LED color and intensity test applications.
First, determine the type of test and output you require and choose a pre-programmed S2 Sensor that addresses those requirements. Second, customize the test for your particular mechanical requirements and constraints, by combining the Sensor with any of our interchangeable Fiber-Optic Probes.
The Universal LightProbe S2 Penta Sensor is our most popular Sensor, fulfilling most LED color and intensity test requirements with a simple solution that has been relied upon by thousands of test engineers for over a decade. The S2 Penta Sensor can be combined with any of our Fiber-optic Probes – including the Trident Fiber-optic Probe – which provides the most cost-effective LED test solution available.
For LED tests applications that have specific requirements in terms of output, or the type of test, simply choose a Universal LightProbe™ Sensor that is pre-programmed to meet those specific test and output requirements:
Type of Test
Single Color only: Unicolor Digital Sensors (no intensity output)
Type of Output/Interface
Serial Digital Output and USB Interface: choose Spectra USB Sensor
LED Type Under Test
Extremely Bright LED: Low-Sensitivity Sensor – available in all sensor types
Blinking LED: Blinx Digital Sensor
Universal LightProbe™ Fiber-Optic Probes come in over 30 models, which allows for precise requirements in spacing, alignment and working distance from the LED’s, as well as LED’s that are difficult to access.
Closely Spaced LEDs: Small-Aperture Fiber-optic Probes test LEDs as close as 0.050″ on centers
Large Quantities of LEDs: Trident Fiber-optic Probes for the most cost-efficient test LED test
Dim, Hard-to-reach, or Misaligned LEDs: Wide-Aperture and Very Wide-Aperture Fiber-optic Probes compensate for these issues
Side-Emitting LEDs: A variety of Fiber-optic Probes are available in both Wide and Small-Aperture models
Refined Intensity Measurement: Wide-aperture Fiber-optic Probes with Contacting Tips enable consistent intensity measurements