LED Product Testing

Fusion Optix LED Fixture Testing

Photometric Testing (IES Files)

Fusion Optix provides a range photometric testing services for characterizing LED luminaires and fixtures. Customers are issued a complete test report (in PDF format) along with the resulting IES file for use in most application and modeling programs.

“IES FILES” A standardized data file which expresses the light output of a luminaire as luminous intensity versus angle. IES files are assigned the file extension “.ies“. Used by lighting designers to model the illumination performance of a lighting scheme using commercial lighting design programs such as Agi32. An IES file is commonly referred to as “photometric data” for a luminaire.

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Integrating Sphere Testing

Fusion Optix provides a range photometric testing services for characterizing LED luminaires and fixtures. Customers are issued a complete test report (in PDF format) along with the resulting IES file for use in most application and modeling programs.

“IES FILES” A standardized data file which expresses the light output of a luminaire as luminous intensity versus angle. IES files are assigned the file extension “.ies“. Used by lighting designers to model the illumination performance of a lighting scheme using commercial lighting design programs such as Agi32. An IES file is commonly referred to as “photometric data” for a luminaire.

Chromaticity & Color Testing

Fusion Optix provides a range photometric testing services for characterizing LED luminaires and fixtures. Customers are issued a complete test report (in PDF format) along with the resulting IES file for use in most application and modeling programs.

“IES FILES” A standardized data file which expresses the light output of a luminaire as luminous intensity versus angle. IES files are assigned the file extension “.ies“. Used by lighting designers to model the illumination performance of a lighting scheme using commercial lighting design programs such as Agi32. An IES file is commonly referred to as “photometric data” for a luminaire.