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View photometric files

Photometry allows viewing light distribution curves and metadata of IESNA and EULUMDAT photometric files which describe the light distribution of light sources like lamps and luminaires and are used mostly for data transfer in the lighting industry and in 3D graphics.

Photometry following information of the opened photometric file:

  • Light distribution curves
  • General information (Catalog Number, Manufacturer, Description, etc.)
  • Photometric properties (Light Output Ratio and Downward Flux Fraction)
  • Lamps and ballast information
  • Luminaire and luminous opening geometry information
  • Additional properties (Test number, issue date, test laboratory, etc.)
  • Intensity Values for selected C planes and gamma angles
  • Raw text source of photometric file

Details for Photometry

  • MIT

Last updated
  • 4 April 2024 - latest/stable
  • 20 May 2024 - latest/edge



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