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Test Request 17-01650
Test Request 17-01163
Construction laboratory needed for ASTM testing of floor covering system using radiant heat energy source to 2 ASTM standards
ASTM E 648, Standard Test Method for Critical Radiant Flux of Floor-Covering Systems Using a Radiant Heat Energy Source
ASTM E 662, Standard Test Method for Specific Optical Density of Smoke Generated by Solid Materials
Test Request 17-01020
Medical device laboratory needed for ISO testing of blue light and UV ray blocking optical lenses including ISO 8980-3, Ophthalmic Optics - Uncut Finished Spectacle Lenses - Part 3 Transmittance Specification and Test Methods.
ISO 14889, Ophthalmic Optics - Spectacle Lenses - Fundamental Requirements for Uncut Finished Lenses.
Test Request 17-00847
Materials laboratory needed for determination of optical transmission characteristics of red plastic lens resin used in laser receiver products. The optical transmission characteristics are important for this part so that it can filter sunlight while passing near IR laser wavelengths.
The study involves determination of the total transmissibility vs. wavelength for various red plastic lens samples. The wavelength range of interest is roughly 250-1250 nanometers (in 1 nm increments) at a minimum. A report shall be provided that includes the following at a minimum, test lab name, test date, test equipment used, test specimen condition, and graphical results of the optical transmission range, minimally including 250-1250 nm in 1 nm increments, for each sample
Test Request 17-00273
Electrical laboratory needed for SAE compliance testing of optical warning devices used on authorized emergency, maintenance, and service vehicles to SAE J845 Class 1 . Recommended practice providing design guidelines, test procedures, and performance requirements for 360 degree optical warning devices and selective coverage defined as any light that provides greater coverage then 40 degrees left-to-right but less than 360 degrees. Intended for authorized emergency, maintenance and service vehicles. Lighting tested from 5 degrees upward to 5 degrees downward.