Lasermet achieves UKAS accreditation to test LEDS to EN 62471

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Lasermet is UKAS Accredited to test LEDs and other non-laser intense light sources to BS EN 62471 – Photobiological safety of lamps and lamp systems

In July 2020, the UK Accreditation Service - UKAS- awarded Lasermet accreditation to test non-laser light sources to EN 62471 at its test facility in the UK. (Lasermet has already been UKAS accredited to test lasers). Safety testing of non-laser light sources like LEDs can now be carried out with UKAS accreditation to BS EN 62471.

The accreditation award is the result of a long process of examination and evaluation over several years. As a result Lasermet is the only test house to achieve UKAS accreditation for LED and laser testing other than the National Physical Laboratory – NPL.

Accreditation by UKAS endorses Lasermet’s capability to provide a high level of expertise, traceability and professionalism. Lasermet’s extensive knowledge, experience and dedication to these high standards puts the company at the forefront of specialist safety testing worldwide. Customers can be assured that testing is carried out correctly and professionally to the appropriate international standards.

Lasermet achieves UKAS accreditation to test LEDS to EN 62471

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