GONIOPHOTOMETERS IN Growth LIGHTING
Horticultural lighting is the standard term used when lights are used for growing plants. Instead of lumen, data is displayed in the PPF value: PPF represents the number of photons radiated by a light source in the photosynthetically active wavelength interval 400-700 nm. As all Viso measurement solutions use fast spectrometer sensors, the PPF can be calculated for any of your measurements.
You might think this kind of data is not necessary for general lighting applications. However, if you work on illuminating open spaces like hotel lobbies, which include plants in the architecture, you might be required to specify PPF values.
Viso technology even allows you to generate 3D files in PPFD (photon flux density) as IES and LDT files. This way, you can use existing light planning softare, such as Dialux and AG132, to create your growth lighting shceme.
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Light distribution curve
With high measurement detail (up to 72 C-planes and up to 0.1-degree gamma resolution) there is data in abundance to plot. 3D plots are included as well
As light is detected with a Viso fast spectrometer sensor, spectral data is recorded in every measurement. A Viso goniometer will even provide “color over angle” data (not possible with an integrating sphere)
Choose your preferred units
Switch between photometric and horticultural units on any measurement. Adjust your spectral output region to PAR or any other interval
All Viso goniometers have a built-in power analyzer. The analyzer will help you to determine when light sources are stabilized. Important power data (wattage, efficacy, power factor etc.) are standard
Further growth lighting outputs
Fundamental radiation data
Lighting design and data export
Power and warm-up data
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