Flicker-free & Low Blue Light Display (OLED) 50% below Exempt Blue Light Risk Group Limit
The Flicker-free assessment offered under this program based on testing per: ISO 9241-305, Ergonomics Of Human-System Interaction - Part 305: Optical Laboratory Test Methods For Electronic Visual Displays, Section 15.3 ISO 9241-307, Ergonomics Of Human-System Interaction - Part 307: Analysis And Compliance Test Methods For Electronic Visual Displays, Table 109 Temporal instability, IDMS Version 1.03, Information Display Measurement Standard, Clause 10.5 IEEE 1789, IEEE Recommended Practices For Modulating Current In High-Brightness LEDs For Mitigating Health Risks To Viewers (Low-Risk Level and No Observable Effect Level (NOEL)) The whole image area shall be free of flicker to at least 90 % of the user population. Results assessed in the Low-Risk Level and No Observable Effect Level (NOEL) qualify for the claim “Flicker Free Display”. The Low Blue Light assessment offered under this program based on testing per: IEC 62471 Ed. 1.0, Photobiological Safety Of Lamps And Lamp Systems Measurement distance : Apply 200 mm for non GLS Conduct testing under worst case test pattern producing maximum optical emissions. Measure and record the level of blue light emissions. Based on the emissions results, determine the blue light risk category as one of the following: -Exempt -Clause 6.1.2: Risk Group 1 = ‘low-risk’ -Clause 6.1.3: Risk Group 2 = ‘moderate risk’ -Clause 6.1.4: Risk Group 3 = ‘high-risk’ Blue light emissions categorized as either “Exempt” or “Risk Group 1” satisfy as Verification of the claim “Low Blue Light Display”
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