How do I edit luminaire in DIALux?

You can open the luminaire tree by clicking in The Guide Select Luminaires. In the luminaire tree you will see installed PlugIns under DIALux catalogues. With one double-click on a name of a manufacturer you can open a PlugIn.

How do I dim light in DIALux?

You can easily dim the luminaire in the tool “Light scenes”. Please set the slider of the luminaire group as required and click on the refresh-button as it is shown in the screenshot below.

What is U0 in dialux?

Uniformity (U0) value can be found by dividing the minimum brightness (Emin) resulting from calculations according to the current lighting order, to the average brightness value (Eavg). U0=Emin/Eavg. Uniformity value determined according to the type of fixture, number, light angle and mounting position.

How do I change my luminaire name in DIALux Evo?

in DIALux it is not possible to change the name or description of a luminaire. Perhaps we will allow this in future versions, but it is not possible to edit these values at the moment. The editable name in evo is the name of this specific arrangement to find it in the project tree.

What is DIALux calculation?

Thus DIALux evo prevents a luminaire group from acquiring different dimming levels within one lighting scene. Each control group is now calculated separately by DIALux evo. In doing this the calculation time is initially multiplied. However, this method means that the result of a lighting scene can be adjusted later.

How do you delete a light scene in DIALux Evo?

You can delete a light scene via right-click the scene to open the context menu for deleting it. The other way would be to select the light scene and then to click on the DEL button on your keyboard.

What is the difference between lamp and luminaire?

A lamp with an “R” designation is a lamp with a reflector or silver coating on the bulb to reflect the light within the bulb either up or down. A luminaire is often designed with a specific trim or outer portion of the assembly that will help direct heat away from the interior of the unit.