The GTS-LS glare measurement system uses an image luminance meter with great accuracy. UGR measurement and analysis with high accuracy is made possible by a precise pan-tilt controlled by electronics and a specialized measurement and control program.
The system is compact and lightweight, with outstanding measurement stability and quick measurement speed. The system comes with a built-in battery, so no other power source is necessary. A computer connected via USB may be used to test the device.
Used for evaluating and determining lighting scene glare values, such as UGR/GR/TI for classroom and other indoor/outdoor/road lighting, stadium lighting, etc.
Software, a professional PTZ, a tripod, and a protective outer box with standard operational accessories are all included in the imaging photometer.
Including UGR, GR, TI, and DGI analysis modules.
What exactly does glare imply?
Glare is one of the primary contributors to the negative health effects of artificial light. Glare assessment may be done using any one of many currently available models. However, distinct evaluation models should be used for each unique lighting application setting.
The glare assessment must be based on a number of important physical factors so that it can adhere to the glare evaluation model. Measurement and analysis performed in the real world are subject to the effects of a wide variety of elements, including the environment, which results in greater performance standards being placed on glare measurement system.
Glare measurement system
The glare measurement system equipment was created according to CIE, EN, and GB standards. It measures the perception of a simulated human eye in relation to the brightness of the surrounding light environment.
The issues of aberration and picture distortion in the fisheye lens measuring scheme’s expansive field of view are eliminated, and the issue of poor resolution surrounding the fisheye lens is circumvented thanks to this technique. In addition, the glare indices, such as the universal glare ratio (UGR), are evaluated and computed to fulfill the criteria of the field for glare measurement and analysis in every lighting situation.
The apparatus measures brightness with a high degree of precision and stability, and also, there are no aberrations, visual distortions, or other issues. It has a broad range of applications in the glare analysis of indoor and outdoor lighting scenarios, including interior lighting, road lighting, stadium lighting, and regional lighting, and it can accomplish traceable, repeatable, and comparable measurements.
LISUN provides the best quality equipments for glare measurement.
1. The glare assessment index is a closely similar evaluation technique based on the lighting application environment test. An indoor glare measurement (UGR) may be achieved using the system’s interior lighting and illumination. It is possible to customize other algorithm models.
2. Due to inadequate brightness distribution or high brightness contrast in space or time, glare is a visual condition in the field of vision that produces eye discomfort and diminishes object visibility.
3. The glare of indoor light may be measured and evaluated using this approach. All of them, as well as JGJ/T163-2008, follow CIE 115.
Lisun Instruments Limited was found by LISUN GROUP in 2003. LISUN quality system has been strictly certified by ISO9001:2015. As a CIE Membership, LISUN products are designed based on CIE, IEC and other international or national standards. All products passed CE certificate and authenticated by the third party lab.
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