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Lighting Laboratory

The lighting laboratory of the BSE Department is allocated in the basement ZB212, Z Block. These rigs cover photometric and colorimetric measurements of lamps and luminaires. One measurement system installed is a spectrophotocolorimeter, which measures the light flux output, colour coordinates, correlated colour temperature, colour rendering indices and spectral power distribution of light sources. This system include two integrating spheres, one 1.5 m and one 0.3 m diameter, with a special coating SPEKTRON which has constant reflectivity (=0.8) over the visible wavelengths 380-780 nm. Another system installed is a goniophotometer for measuring intensity distribution of light sources and luminaires. This goniophotometer measures in the CIE C-g and CIE B-b coordinate systems with a CIE class A accuracy. It includes software for control, measurement and reporting.

      


The possibility of setting up a professional accredited lighting laboratory to provide training and testing services is being investigated with a lighting software and hardware company in the industry.

The following is a list of equipment currently available for teaching and research:

Illuminance measuring system Konica-Minolta T30 series
Luminance meters LMT1003, Minolta LS-100
Chroma Meter Minolta CL-100
Chroma Meter Minolta XY-1
y-z Colour Temperature Meter Megatron Mk II
Digital illuminance meters Topcon IM-2D, IM-3
Digital Light Meter RS180-7133
Digital Illuminance/Luminance Meter Mavolux
Digital Cylindrical illuminance Meter Megatron
BRS Daylight Factor Meter Megatron
Gardner Colorgard II Reflectometer
Electronic Ballast Tester - True 3

Contact:

Prof. T.M. Chung
Mr. K.Y. Leung

Opening Hours:
Mon - Fri : 8:30am - 5:30pm