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E-conolight Lighting Layout Tool

INDOOR TOOL OUTDOOR TOOL

 

 

E-conolight is proud to offer web-based tools to help you with your lighting applications. The indoor tool offers quick ways to get interior lighting estimates, while the outdoor tool generates simple templates and point-by-point lighting calculations. Now you can run continuous comparisons of different fixtures without the need for expensive photometry software.

Lighting Layout Tool: Introduction

When the tool opens, click on the desired input tab to open that section. Typically, for first time visitors, go through the input sections top to bottom. Once familiar with the tool operation, you can skip many of the input items and get results in seconds. The tool will compute instantly when it has enough data.

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System Requirements: Browser Compatibility - Compatible with the latest versions of Internet Explorer,Mozilla Firefox 1.0 (rv. 1.7.5) and Opera. Netscape and Mozilla 1.7 do notprovide the javascript / Flash capabilities required by the Flash Tools.

Indoor Layout Tool Features Outdoor Layout Tool Features

  • Control size of room
  • Specify desired footcandles
  • Define layout of rows and columns, wall spacing and more
  • Print a clean, detailed summary

  • Calculate quick layouts of simple parking areas and other similar applications
  • Add new fixtures & move any location by simply clicking and dragging
  • Define layout of rows, mounting height, orientation and tilt
  • Print a clean, detailed summary

INDOOR: Layout Tool

OUTDOOR: Layout Tool

Step 1

Select a photometric file fromthe pull-down menu. The filename begins with the FG#.The tool is designed to presentonly the photometric files thatare relevant to the browser’s location on the E-conolight website.

Step 1

Select a photometric file from the pull-down menu. The filename begins with the finished good number (FG#).The tool is designed to present only the photometric files that are relevant to the browser’s location on the E-conolight website.

Step 2

Choose your room size. The graphic model will highlight as you mouse over differentiate dimensions.

 

Step 2

To use as a template generator (one pole arrangement), set the arrangement from the pull-down menu & leave the Layout and Spacing section blank. To use as a layout tool, select the Arrangement for the majority of your locations from the menu.

Step 3

Reflectances are expressed in percent. The Coefficient of Utilization (CU) and effectivecavity reflectances arecomputed and then displayed.

Step 3

Complete control over the illuminance contour values (Iso-lines) is available from this section. All cells with checkmarksare included; set the values as needed. Click in the color cell to change the color if desired.

Step 4

Set the target Illuminance level based on either the number of luminaires or footcandle value/level needed. Use the radio buttons to further constrain your calculation.

Step 4

This section controls theappearance of the graphics area as well as how fast the tool computes and the number of point by point values visible.

Step 5

Determine the luminaire positioning by defining the number of Rows & Columns,Wall Spacing, Ceiling Grid Spacing or Continuous Rows or Columns.

Step 5

The statistics are normally computed on the area covered by the plot, which is controlled by the zoom level. If you want more specific statistics, set the coordinates of the statistical area here. Switch the statistical display on and off and select its contents from the Summary section.

Step 6

Prorates calculations based on Lamp Lumens and Luminaire Wattage. The symbol appearance can also be modified in this panel.

Step 6

Set the preferred units.

Step 7

Set the preferred units.

Step 7

Print out layout directly from tool.

Step 8

Print your layout! Click the Print Preview button to indicate “Project Title”, “Description”, “For” and “By”.

Plus, try the interactive functionality.

By clicking the Add button in the lower right corner of the calculation area you can add a new luminaire arrangement to the plot area. Move any location by simply clicking and dragging.

Hover over a location to display the Edit/Delete functions.

You have complete control over luminaire aiming and positioning through the Edit screen. Easy to click and drag any graphic or use the menus.

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