EMPIR PhotoLED - Future Photometry Based on Solid-State Lighting Products
The aim of the EURAMET European Metrology Programme for Innovation and Research (EMPIR) project 15SIB07 PhotoLED is to address the obsolescence of traditional incandescent standard lamp technology used in photometric calibrations and the need to support the introduction and uptake of new solid-state lighting (SSL) products. The project will develop and validate the basis for a new photometric system based on white light-emitting diodes (LEDs), by developing new LED-based calibration sources and measurement techniques supporting the specific properties of the new light sources and detector technology, including illuminance measurement of the new LED calibration sources without optical V(λ) filters in calibrations of photometers and measurement facilities used for determining the energy efficiency of new SSL products coming to market.
Material for stakeholders and collaborators
Below you can find downloadable content of the project that is aimed at all stakeholders and collaborators of the project. The official publishable summary of the project will be regularly updated throughout the project, whenever new updates are available.
- November 25, 2016: Project website opened.
- September 15-16, 2016: Project kick-off meeting held at MIKES, Espoo, Finland.
- September 1, 2016: EMPIR project PhotoLED started. Project duration is 3 years.