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Its degrees of freedom enable the robogonio to combine several goniophotometer types in a single instrument (DIN 5032-1, DIN EN 13032-1, CIE 121). In the far field, the robogonio measures the luminous intensity distribution, while conventional data such as EULUMDAT or IES are generated directly. In the near field, the robogonio generates ray data with high precision, and even polychromatic depending on the detector. Angular dependent luminance measurements, for example, form the basis for glare ratings. Mounted on the robot arm, the detector can scan any geometry, including planes.

One system, six good reasons
What the robogonio can do - overview

1. Highest flexibility
Goniophotometry in near and far field, various detector systems – combined in one instrument.

2. Extremely quick scans
The class L photometer reduces the measurement time. This means for example: Half-space within approximately two minutes.

3. Variable sizes
The robogonio is available in seven basic variants (6, 10, 16, 30, 60, 120, 240 kg), special models of up to 1,000 kg are possible. Our experienced partner for robotics: KUKA Roboter GmbH.

4. Maximum precision
The robogonio offers the highest angle repeatabilities of 0.005° along with a photometer of the highest class (L).

5. Intuitive operation
The robogonio is easy to use. Complicated and error-prone measurements with mirror goniophotometers are a thing of the past.

6. All-round carefree package
We're always there for you — from the complete planning of your system to competent after-sales support.

- Product details
- robogonio for automotive lighting
- robogonio for general lighting
- robogonio for signal lighting
- robogonio for optics design

Detailed information:
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The measuring cameras of the product family luca enable the high-resolution measurement of luminance and radiance distributions.
luca analyzes the spatially resolved luminance in a fast and easy way, whether you measure displays, control elements or luminaires. The comfortable control and evaluation software offers a variety of evaluation functions.
luca is based on high-quality CCD-matrix cameras and, in HighDyn mode, provides up to 5 decades of dynamics within one measurement – at an outstanding signal-to-noise ratio. Cooled cameras are used depending on the application.

The system add-on luca'color allows measurements of up to 10 different spectral weighting functions. Thus, besides the luminance measurement, the spatially resolved measurement of the color distribution according to CIE 1931 is possible. Furthermore, in combination with one of the opsira goniophotometers, polychromatic ray data for the use in optics simulation can be generated. Further spectral weightings can easily be realized.
A great number of different measuring lenses facilitate a high flexibility in the size of the measuring lenses.

luca’remote, the powerful TCP/IP interface is available for the integration of luca into automated control processes, such as end-of-line controls.

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'opsira’s  goniophotometers record angular dependent photometric parameters around a light source, a luminaire, a detector or a material sample. We offer uniaxial In-Plane goniophotometers as well as 3D-goniophotometers up to 4-axis.  The compact construction of our goniophotometer type gonio'2pi allows a measurement of the hemisphere. The 4-axis goniometer even enables a fully automated complete measurement of an anisotropic scatter sample. The gonio'4pi is available for full sphere measurements without turning the sample. About 99,5% of the complete 4π solid angle can be measured. All goniophotometer types work with an angular accuracy of 0,0001º.

The solid construction as well as the direct drive concept introduced and consequently implemented by opsira guarantees a very high accuracy and precision from our goniometer systems.
Photometers and radiometers, the luca luminance measurement systems, the spectral measurement systems spec’3 and SPR’3 as well as high-quality photomultipliers are available as detectors.

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The luca’lux airfield lighting test system allows fast and easy measurement and test of any airfield lighting system in compliance with the ICAO (FAA, CAP168) regulations and any others. Contrary to the time-consuming goniophotometer measurement, the luca'lux method realizes a precise measurement of the luminous intensity distribution of the lights within only a few seconds. It is understood that the measurement is calibrated according to international measurement standards.

The top-quality measuring camera reaches an angular resolution never achieved so far. Besides the test according to the standards, any inhomogeneity of the luminous intensity of the airfield lights is shown directly and at once. A contemporary documentation and storage of the measurement results is easily done.

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The opsira shine-box luca'bsdf allows professional and extensive measurement of hair tresses in view of their visual appearance.

The test system enables the user to objectively assess the influence of hair care products or environmental stress on the appearance of human hair. Elaborate, time- and resource intensive panel studies by experienced panelists are reduced and subjective impacts on the measurement data are eliminated.

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mlts is based on the system add-on luca'lux for fast measurements with high resolution and test of illuminance distributions by a photometrically corrected measuring camera.

The photometric and geometric measurement of the light field is done within seconds and tested against the respective standards (e.g. DIN EN 60601-2-41).
In case the luminaires need to be adjusted or calibrated additionally, the mlcs (medical lighting calibration system) offers a wide range of possibilities to adjust different work items or different light fields.

Both systems, mlts and mlcs, are easily expandable by a spectrometer element (-spec). This way the test and also the calibration of all relevant colorimetric parameters such as color temperature, chromaticity coordinates, color rendering index are realized.
The test and calibration systems come with a simple and easy-to-use frontend permitting almost no faults during series tests. An automatic report generation and storage is carried out if required.

There are further components such as laserscanner or -printer, database connection and direct current feed of the samples through the test software.