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IES or LDT file 100W incandescent lamp (frosted or clear)
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Johan G.
2011-09-15 09:55:54 UTC
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For a small investigation I am looking for a IES or LDT file of a
60/100W incandescent lamp (frosted or clear).
Or a table with the light distribution values in the C-planes and G-
angles. Thanks in advange.
silhouettelighting@gmail.com
2011-09-18 18:22:15 UTC
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Post by Johan G.
For a small investigation I am looking for a IES or LDT file of a
60/100W incandescent lamp (frosted or clear).
Or a table with the light distribution values in the C-planes and G-
angles. Thanks in advange.
Most of the time they are calculated as a spherical source as the base
shadow is pretty small. I don't believe I've ever seen a true
measurement.
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RickR
Lichtman
2011-10-13 17:12:37 UTC
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Post by Johan G.
For a small investigation I am looking for a IES or LDT file of a
60/100W incandescent lamp (frosted or clear).
Or a table with the light distribution values in the C-planes and G-
angles. Thanks in advange.
Most of the time they are calculated as a spherical source as the base
shadow is pretty small. I don't believe I've ever seen a true
measurement.
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RickR
Thank you. But there are IES or LDT files of naked lamps. Manufacturs
make them.
I receive already the file from a 60/100W incandescent lamp .
j***@gmail.com
2013-02-26 23:29:51 UTC
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Dear Lichtman.

Please, Could you share with me the IES files of all the incandescent lamps you have?

Best regards.
j***@amorphous.org
2013-07-18 01:34:20 UTC
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Hi Lichtman,

I've searched high and low of these 60W/100W, but can't find any in any manufacturer's website. Can you please share these files?

Julian
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2015-04-09 15:59:32 UTC
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Post by Johan G.
For a small investigation I am looking for a IES or LDT file of a
60/100W incandescent lamp (frosted or clear).
Or a table with the light distribution values in the C-planes and G-
angles. Thanks in advange.
Most of the time they are calculated as a spherical source as the base
shadow is pretty small. I don't believe I've ever seen a true
measurement.
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RickR
Thank you. But there are IES or LDT files of naked lamps. Manufacturs
make them.
I receive already the file from a 60/100W incandescent lamp .
Hi, could you please share the IES file of 60/100W incandescent lamp with me, I am serching for it and couldnt find anything at all!
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