The use of compact goniophotometers has increased in recent years with the introduction of LED-light sources, which are mostly directed light sources whose spatial distribution of light is not homogeneous.
If a light source is homogeneous in its distribution of light, it is called a Lambertian source. Because of strict regulations, the spatial distribution of light is very important to the design of automotive lighting.
TheGLOBAL COMPACT GONIOPHOTOMETER MARKET accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
The LGS 250 Goniophotometer is a new measuring system for Solid-State Lighting applications from the market leader in LED metrology worldwide.
The LGS 250 was made specifically for analysing the angle-dependent spatial radiation properties of SSL luminaires, lamps, and LED modules of small to medium size.
With the very large goniometers, this closes a gap.A particularly convenient and compact system test setup is made possible by the horizontal alignment of the Type C coordinate system.
The test specimen, which can have a maximum diameter of up to 480 mm and a maximum weight of 8 kg, can be measured in a range of +/- 160° in the forward direction.
All spectral quantities, including colour coordinates, colour temperature, and colour rendering index, can be determined as a function of angle when used in conjunction with an Instrument Systems spectroradiometer.
The Optronik DSP Photometer can also be used to quickly measure C-planes “on the fly.”The LGS 250 is available in two versions: a benchtop version with a separate 19-inch rack for the LGS Controller and as a goniometer with a stable base and integrated LGS Controller.
With a variety of display options, the supplied SpecWin Pro software makes it possible to easily and effectively analyse the measured data.
Additionally, the measured data can be exported in IES and EULUMDAT formats.The LGS 250 is likewise consistent with every one of the applicable determinations in congruity with CIE, Racket and IES guidelines.
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