0° Correction function

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    Odin Reiter
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    Dear Team of VISO Systems

    I have a little question about the 0° correction function:
    I’ve learned, that there are different methods to correct the intensity values at Gamma=0° & Gamma=180° like calculate the min, average, or max of the Intensity values at this point an adjust the C-planes seprately with a correction factor.
    Can you tell me what correction is used in your Light Inspector software?

    thank you for your nice measuring devices and your support!

    Best regards
    Odin Reiter

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    Christian Krause
    Keymaster

    Dear Odin,

    Thank you for the question the way the 0° correction works is as you describe it simply looks at the intensity at the 0° point as adjust all for the plane values up accordingly. The used 0° reference is taken from the plane with the most intensity at 0° as some narrow-angled lamps might have moved a little in the lamp holder during the measurement so to get the correct result the 0° reference must be from the plane with the highest value.
    We are currently not correction the 180° points, so we are currently correcting the all values in the each plane based on the highest 0° intensity, also the 180° points are not valid as they are blocked by the goniometer structure.

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