The easy-to-use GL Optic system combines the functionality of a goniophotometer with the features of a spectroradiometer to measure the luminous flux, determine the light intensity distribution values of colorimetric parameters required by international standards.
Build Your Competitive Edge
LED lighting is becoming increasingly competitive and the available technology and components are changing rapidly. Developing and evaluating new modules and lamp models is a constant challenge for manufacturers and importers. Our fully automated, compact light goniometer instrument supports development teams and product testing laboratories that need to measure the light intensity distribution of LED products.
A large, expensive laboratory is not necessary if you want to measure smaller products and components. The GL Gonio Spectrometer GLG 8-850 can be used in a small darkroom or even in a dedicated test station and deliver professional photometric and colorimetric characterization of LEDs. A spectroradiometer and a user-friendly analysis software are needed to make the system complete. Start testing your own products and build your competitive advantage based on quality and knowledge.
Detailed tests and reports
Most goniophotometers on the market require highly trained and experienced technicians to deliver the results you need. The GLG 8-850 goniometer has been designed to bring the capabilities of any company closer and constructed as a practical, everyday solution for engineers and technicians. The plug-and-measure nature of the system simplifies complex measurement procedures. Simply install the lamp on the mechanical board, align it with the available laser alignment tool, set the parameters and you are ready to measure the intensity distribution. The system automatically rotates and the high-speed photometer measures the DUT in on fly mode and then the software presents the results in a fully customizable report.
Photometric files and more
GL Spectrosoft can easily generate light distribution diagrams, customized reports as well as IES and LDT photometric files. With the spectroradiometer as the primary detector, the GLG 8-850 goniosystem provides all colorimetric values such as CCT and Duv, CRI and Rf (TM-30 2015) MacAdam Ellipses, Angular Color Uniformity and more. This is simply not available in standard light goniophotometer systems.
THE STANDARD LIGHT GONIOMETER SYSTEM ENABLES
Additional / Optional
|Small LED modules and luminaires|
|Compliance with the following: CIE121-1996, CIE S 025/E:2015|
|CIE Goniometer type||Far Field Type C with horizontal optical axis|
|- DUT moving|
|- 2 axis stepper|
|- Harmonic drive|
|Angular range C axis||± 180°|
|Angular range γ axis||± 180° theoretical|
|(usable depending on geometry due to shadowing)|
|Angular positioning precision||0.1°|
|Reproducibility C axis||0.1°|
|Reproducibility γ axis||0.1°|
|Angular speed C axis||up to 45°/s|
|Angular speed γ axis||up to 45°/s|
|DUT photometric center positioning||0 to 300 mm; via hand crank|
|Photometric distance||2.5 m – 7.5 m|
|Distance ≥ largest DUT dimension x (5-15); (CIE S 025/E:2015)|
|DUT mounting plate||Square 90 x 90 mm|
|(bread board)||Fixing: Multiple M6 mounting holes|
|Maximum DUT dimension||≤ 850 mm (diameter or diagonal)|
|Goniometer dimensions||350 x 758 x 427 mm (W x H x D)|
|Maximum operating footprint||1100 mm|
|diameter||(when vertical axis is fully extended)|
|Maximum load||8 kg|
|Goniometer weight||26 kg|
|Power supply||PC connection by Ethernet|
|and max. consumption||110-230 V; 40W|
|Sensor type||GL OPTIC Spectrometer range:|
|- GL Spectis 1.3 LS|
|- GL Spectis 1.0 Touch|
|- GL Spectis 1.0 Touch + Flicker|
|- GL Spectis 4.0|
|- GL Spectis 5.0 Touch|
|- GL Photometer 3.0 LS + Flicker|
Note: Instrument, firmware and software specification are subject to change without prior notice. All information included in GL OPTIC datasheets and product information available in any form
are carefully prepared and included information believed to be true. Please note that discrepancies may occur due to text and/or other errors or changes in the available technology. We advise to
contact GL Optic before the use of the product to obtain the latest product specification.