Abstract

This paper discusses a method for forming files in the IES and LDT formats for LED illuminator devices, based on the use of the zemax modelling medium. The file structure and the means of modelling the components of the optical part of the device are considered. A process is demonstrated for forming IES and LDT files, using as examples an industrial-type lighting fixture and a floodlight projector. The results of calculations carried out in the illumination-engineering program DIALux are compared with the use of models obtained by photometric measurements and modelling in zemax.

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  2. Standard IESNA:LM-63-1995.
  3. ELUMDAT Photometric Data File Format.
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Yu. B. Aĭzenberg, ed., Illumination Engineering Handbook (Znak, Moscow, 2006).

Standard IESNA:LM-63-1995.

ELUMDAT Photometric Data File Format.

ZEMAX Users’ Knowledge Base [Electronic resource], ZEMAX: Software For Optical System Design Down-loads/Support/Knowledge Base. Access to file http://www.zemax.com/kb/.

ZEMAX Optical Design program: User’s Guide, 2009.

DataSheet_CXP-G [Electronic resource], Access to file http://ledil.com/datasheets/DataSheet_CXP-G.pdf.

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