New! ProSource® 10
Light Source Analysis and Ray Set Generation from Radiant Source Models™
Shorten time-to-innovation with the ability to generate highly accurate spectral and photopic ray sets that enable faster and more accurate simulations, as a result of significant efficiencies in the new RSMx compressed file format
Lower design-related risks with rich data on industry standard light sources through access to the extensive Radiant Source Model On-line Database (10DB edition)
Effortlessly conduct detailed analysis of luminance and color as a function of angle for light sources and lighting systems
ProSource 10 enables optical system designers to fully exploit Radiant Source Models (RSMs) of light sources and lighting systems. RSMs are the most accurate method for describing the near-field output of real light sources in optical and illumination design software because they contain full measurement information, including luminance images, from all viewing angles for the light source or lighting system. This provides full flexibility in analysis and in ray set generation.
Now Available in Two Editions
ProSource 10DB provides all the features of ProSource 10SE plus full access to our on-line RSM database containing models for more than 600 industry standard light sources.
ProSource 10SE provides full RSM analysis, ray set generation, and IES and EULUMDAT file generation capabilities.
Try ProSource before you buy the license! The demo version will introduce you to the analysis and ray set generation features of the program.
New Features in Both ProSource 10 Editions
Generation of photopic ray sets for all major optical and illumination design software systems
Generation of advanced spectral ray sets, supporting detailed color simulations which are critical for sources whose color varies as a function of angle
Support for the new compressed Radiant Source Model (RSMx) format, which reduces RSM files sizes to less than that of a 5M ray file-and making it straightforward to use and share detailed source data
Generation of IES and EULUMDAT files for illumination design
Computation of Unified Glare Rating (UGR)
Ray sets can be exported to optical and illumination design software programs such as Zemax, ASAP, LightTools, FRED, and more. Both Zemax and LightTools, among others, support spectral ray sets as well as photopic ray sets.
ProSource 10 is available for purchase here and through Radiant Zemax' worldwide distributor network.
ProSource 10 Specifications