Compact Goniometer, 2 Axis, for midrange laboratory Lighting
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The BaseSpion® is a professional laboratory table top light measurement system. The design of the system makes it very flexible to work with in any lighting laboratory. Allowing you to measure all mid-range lighting products. The 2 axis goniometer enables the system to measure the full 3D distribution field of any lamp giving lighting profesionals comprehensive LDT and IES simulation files.
The BaseSpion is the perfect solution for any midsize laboratoy that wants advance light measurements in a compact system. Best solution for LED chips, modules, panels, downlights, bulbs and spots.
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- Dimensions (L x W x H) 205-360 x 56 x 55 cm
- Weight 25 Kg
- Sensor distance 35 cm to 300 cm
- Sensor distance ≥ lamp length x10 (min x8)
- Sensor distance setup Automatic rail distance sensor
- Lamp diameter range 0 – 375mm at 2 axis
- Lamp maximum weight 9Kg
- It offers multiple C-plane measurements fully automatic
- The goniometer drivers and power analyser are all built-in
- Just conect via USB to any computer and get result in 30 seconds
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How do I calculate UGR values in Light Inspector software?
At present, the Light Inspector software does not calculate the UGR values itself. In order to figure out the values you can use another open source software, for example LDT Editor. UGR values depend on the placement of an observer. The LDT Editor offers a table with multiple positions for an observer as an overview of how the UGR values change relative to position. Therefore the angular intensity distribution needs to be symmetric for their algorithm to work. If your light source doesn’t have a symmetric distribution, you can make an adjustment in the Light Inspector software (Edit -> Photometric -> Corrections -> Correct Asymmetry). Export your measurement then in an LDT format and open it in the LDT Editor. The table with UGR values is shown under Light Distribution tab. Additionally you can calculate the exact UGR values for a specified observer's placement in Dialux.
Expert: Cécile Mercusot