IL Photonics Now Represents LEDMOTIVE in Israel!
LEDMOTIVE produces multiple color LED light sources and pocket spectrometers. Its software manages the output spectrum of the light modules, while the electronics can control several light sources to provide the desired blended and dynamic output. LEDMOTIVE’s Bluetooth Android-based spectrometer provides spectral and color data.
LEDMOTIVE launched a new lighting design software platform for lighting professionals that allows managing all our ecosystem of products, including the following capabilities:
- Design light spectrally: This is the central piece every lighting company and professional must face to keep the pace of today’s tunable lighting solutions. The Spectral Tool will help you build meaningful, optimized spectral power distributions, either static or dynamic, for your new project in just 5 steps. Get a full report with all the scientific indicators and layman statements of the suitability of your designed light for your intended application.
- Timeline to organize your lighting projects: Get your own Spectra Database and share its contents whenever needed with your peers, or just keep them private. Reuse your previous designs for upcoming products and projects saving time and money. Spectrally tunable lighting is now digital, and it’s time for you to own your contributions.
- Touch_app to control your lights: Remotely apply your designed light to your installations through our IoT infrastructure. Organize your tunable lights into spaces and grant control privileges for your collaborators to use them. You can even link a spectrometer to send real-time measurements that dynamically change the light in your installation.
Do you want to know how this tool works? If the right light is critical to your products and projects, then watch this short 5-minute video and start designing the best light spectra now. Organize your lighting projects, design and take control of your light!
To request more information or a quotation for any LEDMOTIVE products, contact IL Photonics.