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Zhaga publishes White Paper on Homogeneity Evaluation

Posted on Wednesday July 2 2014, by Tim Whitaker

The Zhaga Consortium has published a White Paper describing ways to evaluate the homogeneity of LED modules.

Specifically, it describes methods to measure and to evaluate the look of linear and planar LED modules with discrete LEDs spread over their surface, such as LED Light Engines (LLEs) that are compliant with Zhaga Book 7.

These methods are specifically designed to compare LLEs in one idealized application, not to predict LLE appearance in any possible application. Rather, if a certain LED module is chosen, the data gathered can be used with the methods described here to estimate if another LED module will result in similar, higher, or lower, homogeneity in the specific application.

Follow the link to find more details and download the White Paper:

Homogeneity Evaluation