Optimization of spectral paramters for specific tasks in lighting systems

Optimization of spectral paramters for specific tasks in lighting systems

Sukurta: 26 November 2018
Unit: Faculty of Physics
Keywords: Lighting systems, spectral parameters, luminous efficiency, mesopic efficiency, photobiological effect, photochemical effect

Service includes multicolour light source spectral power distribution optimization with the aim to meet certain pre-defined conditions.

For example, optimizing some initial color source to achieve maximum luminous or mesopic luminous efficiency, the highest or lowest photobiological effect on humans or the lowest photochemical damage for illuminated painting.
Service authors have developed statistical color rendering evaluation method which allows optimization of the spectral power distributions of the light source according to the color dulling, saturating and / or distortion indices. While using advanced modeling, optimization techniques and extensive experience allows us to solve multidimensional optimization problems in a reasonable amount of time. It is possible to study illuminated scene with imaging photometer-colourimeter and optimize spectral power distribution according to colour gamut of illuminated scene. 

Application. Spectral power distribution comprising of at least two primary spectral components optimization under specific conditions.

Contacts: Dr. Pranciškus Vitta, tel. +37060034126,