Light measurement goniometer GB-GD-360-RB40-2-BTS256-LED

light measurement goniometer
light measurement goniometer
light measurement goniometer
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Applications
for light measurement

Description

Measurement of the luminous intensity distribution Luminous intensity distribution is used to specify the directional radiation characteristics of lamps. It is determined by numerous separate measurements of the luminous intensity. Every measurement detects the light emitted into the half space around the lamp under a different viewing angle. The measurement data are represented in polar plots and 3D graphs and output in standard formats e.g., IES, EULUMDAT, Excel, etc. This data can also be used to calculate the luminous flux. The BTS256-LED light meter In its standalone mode, the compact BTS256-LED meter is designed for the convenient measurement of luminous flux, spectrum, color, and color rendering index of single LEDs. A key feature is the conical measurement port at the entry of the internal integrating sphere which enables the measurement of onboard LEDs. The bayonet connector used to attach the conical adapter makes it possible to combine the BTS256-LED with other accessory components. Gigahertz-Optik offers different accessories as part of the BTS256-LED Plus Concept which greatly extends the measurement capabilities of the BTS256-LED. These include the BTS256-LED-DA diffusor window which facilitates illuminance and luminous intensity measurements. Enhancement of the BTS256-LED using the GB-GD-360-RB40-2 goniometer

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