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Software and functionality feature tips

Thank you all for a wonderful 2023 – we’ve met so many of you in the trade shows and had online interactions with even more. Thank you for inputs, comments and many good ideas. We’ve got a small gift for you – a new feature.
Enjoy working with your data directly in Microsoft Excel. Viso Systems has introduced (beta version 6.97) a standard software feature that will allow you to extract measurement data directly to Microsoft Excel. We have had export to CSV for a long time, but Excel is much more convenient and versatile: […]
Sensor sync
We finalized a game-changing system: For all we know, nobody else has systems that can measure strobe lamps while they are strobing! This feature is relevant for many clients in entertainment lighting and particularly in vehicle lighting, e.g. aviation position lights and car indicator lamps. The key lies in precisely […]
Melanopic EDI lux
Viso Systems is introducing a standard software feature that will help you all the way if you want to know how your light sources affects the human circadian system. Our unique software addition automatically calculates Melanopic Equivalent Daylight Illuminance (m-EDI lux) from any light measurement. Say goodbye to tedious calculations […]
EPREL lighting
Struggling with EPREL? Now, all Viso systems allow you to extract EPREL data via the Light Inspector software and EPREL zip file generator. The Light Inspector software automatically generates your zip-files – ready for upload. Pick a measurement, add a little data in the dialog window, and generate the zip-file […]
EPREL Lighting data
NEW EU LEGISLATION This year, new eco-design requirements will apply to almost all lighting products marketed in the EU. Importers and manufacturers are responsible for compliance. A central obligation is uploading specific product data to a central EU database: The EPREL database. A QR tag on product labels will enable […]
UV light exposure chart
Measuring UV Light for disinfection (UVGI – UV Germicidal Irradiation) can be more difficult than visual light. There are more parameters and risks. It is difficult to compare solutions.Viso takes the consequence and gives you the opportunity to work with UV measurement solutions on a professional level – but without […]
Light quality control
Version 4.89 of the Light Inspector software now supports custom design of PDF reports. This powerful new feature allows you to fully customize your report design and to encorporate your corporate identity by using Microsoft Word editor to create you report templates. This features also gives you the option to […]
Light quality control
The latest version of the Light Inspector software now supports TM30. The TM30 is the first color rendering index since the CRI, which has been internationally verified by the organisation IES for describing light more accurately than CRI. The CRI only uses 8 test colors, whereas the TM30 uses 99 […]
DTU Fotonik light measurement
The increased popularity and a widespread application of LED devices require new ways of their certification. Technical data should be reliable, accurate and, more importantly, reproducible. Therefore a number of measuring systems are tested at the department of Photonics at Technical University of Denmark. The unique and innovative system of […]
Photometric applications - entertainment lighting
LabSpion system is expanding its applicability towards entertainment lighting! One of the most famous entertainment lighting companies in Europe, Highlite, set up LabSpion as a professional light measurement laboratory at its headquarters in Holland. Special requirements apply to handling entertainment light, since mane fixtures have small beam angles of high […]
Technical University of Denmark photometry
The new EU regulation (EU No 1194/2012) requires that directional lamps are measured in a 90° or 120° cone. Meaning that only light emitted inside the cone counts as luminous flux. This flux figure is used to calculate the new EEI (Energy Efficiency Index), which must be below a certain […]

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