Inter Laboratory Comparison of LED Measurements Aimed as Input for Multi-Domain Compact Model Development within the Delphi4LED H2020 Project

Andras Poppe, Gusztáv Hantos, Gábor Farkas, Ferenc Szabó, Julien Joly, Joël Thomé, Joan Yu, Karel Bosschaartl, Eveliina Juntunen, Emmanuel Vaumorin, Alessandro di Bucchianico, Thomas Merelle

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Abstract

The goal of the Delphi4LED H2020 ECSEL project is to develop measurement, modelling and simulation methodologies that allow using multi-domain compact models of LED packages to be used at different integration levels (from simple LED assemblies up to complete luminaires) to be supported and used by all major stakeholders along the SSL supply chain. The target is to establish the right model topologies along with the right set of model equations and model parameters that connect measured LED characteristics to system level behaviour of a luminaire. To set the right expectations on the desired accuracy of the different models of LED packages the Delphi4LED consortium decided to launch a round-robin measurement of carefully selected LED packages with the participation of the testing laboratories of the consortium members. These testing laboratories include academic and industrial labs as well as accredited testing labs with different levels of expertise in different areas of LED measurements, having more or less similar testing apparatus. Besides the above mentioned goals another goal of this work was to test how the different laboratories can implement LED measurement procedures described in JEDEC and CIE LED testing guidelines.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of the Lux Europa 2017 Conference
Subtitle of host publicationLighting for modern society
PublisherLighting Engineering Society of Slovenia
Pages304-309
ISBN (Print)978-961-93733-4-7
Publication statusPublished - 2017
MoE publication typeA4 Article in a conference publication
EventEuropean Lighting Conference, Lux Europa 2017: Lighting for modern society - Ljubljana, Slovenia
Duration: 18 Sep 201719 Sep 2017

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ConferenceEuropean Lighting Conference, Lux Europa 2017
Abbreviated titleLux Europa 2017
CountrySlovenia
CityLjubljana
Period18/09/1719/09/17

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Poppe, A., Hantos, G., Farkas, G., Szabó, F., Joly, J., Thomé, J., ... Merelle, T. (2017). Inter Laboratory Comparison of LED Measurements Aimed as Input for Multi-Domain Compact Model Development within the Delphi4LED H2020 Project. In Proceedings of the Lux Europa 2017 Conference: Lighting for modern society (pp. 304-309). Lighting Engineering Society of Slovenia.
Poppe, Andras ; Hantos, Gusztáv ; Farkas, Gábor ; Szabó, Ferenc ; Joly, Julien ; Thomé, Joël ; Yu, Joan ; Bosschaartl, Karel ; Juntunen, Eveliina ; Vaumorin, Emmanuel ; di Bucchianico, Alessandro ; Merelle, Thomas. / Inter Laboratory Comparison of LED Measurements Aimed as Input for Multi-Domain Compact Model Development within the Delphi4LED H2020 Project. Proceedings of the Lux Europa 2017 Conference: Lighting for modern society. Lighting Engineering Society of Slovenia, 2017. pp. 304-309
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Inter Laboratory Comparison of LED Measurements Aimed as Input for Multi-Domain Compact Model Development within the Delphi4LED H2020 Project. / Poppe, Andras; Hantos, Gusztáv; Farkas, Gábor; Szabó, Ferenc; Joly, Julien; Thomé, Joël; Yu, Joan; Bosschaartl, Karel; Juntunen, Eveliina; Vaumorin, Emmanuel; di Bucchianico, Alessandro; Merelle, Thomas.

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Poppe A, Hantos G, Farkas G, Szabó F, Joly J, Thomé J et al. Inter Laboratory Comparison of LED Measurements Aimed as Input for Multi-Domain Compact Model Development within the Delphi4LED H2020 Project. In Proceedings of the Lux Europa 2017 Conference: Lighting for modern society. Lighting Engineering Society of Slovenia. 2017. p. 304-309