GLG 2-300 Light Goniometer Usage
Build Your Competitive Advantage
LED lighting has become more and more competitive and the available technology and components are changing fast. Developing and evaluating new models of modules and lamps is a constant challenge for manufacturers and importers. Our fully automated, compact light goniometer instrument supports development teams and product testing labs who need to measure the light intensity distribution of LED products.
A large, expensive laboratory isn’t necessary if you want to measure smaller products and components. The GL Gonio Spectrometer GLG 2-300 can be used in a small dark room or even in a dedicated measurement station and deliver professional photometric and colorimetric characterization of LEDs. It comes complete with a spectroradiometer and a user friendly analytical software. Start testing your own products and build your competitive advantage based on quality and knowledge.
Detailed Tests and Reports
The majority of goniophotometers on the market require highly trained and experienced technicians to deliver the results you need. The GLG 2-300 gonio was designed to bring the capability to every company and purpose built as a practical, everyday solution for engineers and technicans. The plug-and-play nature of the system simplifies the complex measurement procedures. Simply install the lamp on the mechanical board, align it with the available laser alignment tool, set parameters and you are set to measure the intensity distribution! The system automatically rotates and measures the DUT at each location, and then the results output into a completely customizable report.
Photometric Files and More
Light intensity distribution diagrams and luminous flux together with IES and LTD photometric files are automatically generated by the system. Since we use a spectroradiometer as the default detector, the light gonio generates all colorimetric values like CCT and Duv, CRI and Rf (TM-30 2015) MacAdam Elypses, Angular Colour Uniformity and more. This is simply not available in standard goniophotometer systems for light measurement.