.ies files for LED Spots

Hi
I'm working on a set design where we are planning on using 64P LED spots
from American DJ.

I found a photometric pdf on their website, but no ies file. Before I
attempt to create one, is anyone aware of such existing .ies file?
The pdf is a graphic diagram of the lux at 1,2,3,4 and 5 meters.

Thanks
Rob F

If the company does not add their own lenses or reflectors chances are good
that the individual LED output is unmodified. In this case you can search
for
an IES file of an individual LED (single LED fitting) and adjust the output
to
match the 64 LED fitting.

Regards,
Thomas

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On Mon, Dec 13, 2010 at 12:34 PM, Fitzsimmons, Rob < [email protected]> wrote:

Hi
I'm working on a set design where we are planning on using 64P LED spots
from American DJ.

I found a photometric pdf on their website, but no ies file. Before I
attempt to create one, is anyone aware of such existing .ies file?
The pdf is a graphic diagram of the lux at 1,2,3,4 and 5 meters.

Thanks
Rob F

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Hi Rob!

I found a photometric pdf on their website, but no ies file. Before I
attempt to create one, is anyone aware of such existing .ies file?
The pdf is a graphic diagram of the lux at 1,2,3,4 and 5 meters.

I do not know whether they have a downloadable IES-formatted distribution file for that LED, but in case you want to use the PDF, one comment. Do not create an IES file if you do not need to.... it is easier to directly create a Radiance dat-file from the plot. There are useful tools to extract data from plots, which let you define the axis locations and units and then translates your mouse clicks on the graph to a data table. Especially if you have a symmetric distribution, it is not too much work to make this a useful Radiance dat-file.

Cheers, Lars.