When analysing light sources one often wants to measure the luminance or illuminance of the source. Luminance is often referred to as brightness and expressed in candela per square meter whereas illuminance is the amount of light from a surface expressed in lux or lumen per square meter. The third covered unit which can be measured is luminous intensity [candela]. To measure luminance, illuminance or luminous intensity a different measurement setup is needed:
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With both types of optics flicker can be analysed, for more information about flicker measurements please take a look at our flicker application page. Depending on the lighting measurement needs, Admesy has several suitable measurement systems, with or without flicker measurement.
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