Future photometry based on solid-state lighting products

Tuomas Poikonen (Corresponding author), Tomi Pulli, Alexander Kokka, Janne Askola, Timo Dönsberg, Marek Smid, Petr Kliment, Alicia Pons, Alejandro Ferrero, Toomas Kübarsepp, Péter Gál, Thorsten Gerloff, Armin Sperling, Stefan Källberg, Paul Dekker, Anders Thorseth, Sophie Jost, Adam Klej, Giorgio Brida, Thomas ReinersPeter Blattner, Klaus Ludwig, Markus Schneider

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    Research project “Future photometry based on solid-state lighting products” (EMPIR 15SIB07 PhotoLED) has investigated the fundamental requirements for photometry based on white light-emitting diode (LED) sources. The project has developed new LED illuminants, LED standard lamps for luminous intensity and luminous flux, as well as new photometric measurement methods, addressing many technical challenges of the CIE research strategy. In this paper, we present the outcome of the 3-year scientific research project, whose work has been carried out by NMIs, universities, test laboratories and industrial partners working in the field of photometry and solid-state lighting.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationProceedings of the 29th CIE SESSION Washington D.C.
    PublisherCIE International Commission on Illumination
    Publication statusPublished - 15 Jul 2019
    MoE publication typeB3 Non-refereed article in conference proceedings
    EventCIE 2019 29th Quadrennial Session - Washington DC, Washington DC, United States
    Duration: 14 Jun 201922 Jun 2019
    Conference number: 29

    Publication series

    SeriesCIE Publication
    NumberCIE x046:2019


    ConferenceCIE 2019 29th Quadrennial Session
    Abbreviated titleCIE 2019 Session
    Country/TerritoryUnited States
    CityWashington DC
    Internet address


    • photometry
    • colorimetry
    • LED
    • illuminant
    • reference spectrum
    • luminous intensity
    • luminous flux
    • photometer
    • PQED
    • calibration
    • fisheye camera
    • integrating sphere


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