June 23, 2022

FNAC Testing Laboratory




During the last 50 years, the FNAC Testing Laboratory have been testing screens and TV displays with state-of-the-art measuring devices. As you may know FNAC/Darty is the french leader for video and TV products. In a special edition of their magazine they published the different devices they are using.


The FNAC Testing Laboratory uses a unique measurement bench for televisions, produced by ELDIM.


This bench, developed and designed to FNAC ‘s specifications is using two systems from ELDIM, it allows them to carry out large quantities of very discriminating measurements.


EZContrast: to perform angular light measurements, but also contrast, colorimetry, gamma and 3D measurements on passive systems. The performance of FNAC measurements is due to the particular concept of this product: a very high precision lens, calibrated filters, a high resolution sensor maintained at -20°C.





UMaster: for light and color homogeneity measurements, as well as 3D measurements for active systems.




Pierre Blanc is the Head of Screen Testing at the FNAC Laboratory.



From the television to the smartphone via the computer, no screen can deceive its measuring devices with formidable precision!
Color fidelity, viewing angle, luminance, response time, contrast…
Pierre screens out all these criteria to the delight of his customers who love beautiful images. He establishes a ranking of the best screens on the market available in a booklets on FNAC stores stands.




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