complexType Photometries
diagram index_p282.png
children Photometry
used by
element GeneralDefinitions/Photometries
annotation
documentation
Definition of photometries used in this product
source <xs:complexType name="Photometries">
 
<xs:annotation>
   
<xs:documentation>Definition of photometries used in this product</xs:documentation>
 
</xs:annotation>
 
<xs:sequence>
   
<xs:element name="Photometry" maxOccurs="unbounded">
     
<xs:annotation>
       
<xs:documentation>Single photometry. Reference to an Eulumdat or IES File element, with additional descriptive informations</xs:documentation>
     
</xs:annotation>
     
<xs:complexType>
       
<xs:sequence>
         
<xs:choice>
           
<xs:element name="PhotometryFileReference">
             
<xs:annotation>
               
<xs:documentation>Reference to a photometry File element defined under GeneralDefinitions/Files. Usually Eulumdat or IES</xs:documentation>
             
</xs:annotation>
             
<xs:complexType>
               
<xs:attribute name="fileId" type="xs:NCName" use="required">
                 
<xs:annotation>
                   
<xs:documentation>Id reference to a photometry File element defined under GeneralDefinitions/Files. Usually Eulumdat or IES</xs:documentation>
                 
</xs:annotation>
               
</xs:attribute>
             
</xs:complexType>
           
</xs:element>
         
</xs:choice>
         
<xs:element name="DescriptivePhotometry" minOccurs="0">
           
<xs:annotation>
             
<xs:documentation>All child elements are solely descriptive values and not used in any calculations</xs:documentation>
           
</xs:annotation>
           
<xs:complexType>
             
<xs:sequence>
               
<xs:element name="LuminaireLuminance" type="xs:int" minOccurs="0">
                 
<xs:annotation>
                   
<xs:documentation>Average luminance of the luminous surface (Unit: cd/m²). See also EN 13032-1:2012 leuchtende Fläche</xs:documentation>
                 
</xs:annotation>
               
</xs:element>
               
<xs:element name="LightOutputRatio" minOccurs="0">
                 
<xs:annotation>
                   
<xs:documentation>Ratio of the luminous flux of the luminaire to the sum of the individual luminous fluxes of its conventional light source(s). According to EN 12665:2018</xs:documentation>
                 
</xs:annotation>
                 
<xs:simpleType>
                   
<xs:restriction base="xs:double">
                     
<xs:minInclusive value="0"/>
                     
<xs:maxInclusive value="1"/>
                   
</xs:restriction>
                 
</xs:simpleType>
               
</xs:element>
               
<xs:element name="LuminousEfficacy" minOccurs="0">
                 
<xs:annotation>
                   
<xs:documentation>Quotient of the luminous flux emitted by the luminaire and the power absorbed by the light source and associated circuits of the luminaire</xs:documentation>
                 
</xs:annotation>
                 
<xs:simpleType>
                   
<xs:restriction base="xs:double">
                     
<xs:minInclusive value="0"/>
                     
<xs:maxInclusive value="683"/>
                   
</xs:restriction>
                 
</xs:simpleType>
               
</xs:element>
               
<xs:element name="DownwardFluxFraction" minOccurs="0">
                 
<xs:annotation>
                   
<xs:documentation>Ratio of the downward flux to the total flux of the luminaire</xs:documentation>
                 
</xs:annotation>
                 
<xs:simpleType>
                   
<xs:restriction base="xs:double">
                     
<xs:minInclusive value="0"/>
                     
<xs:maxInclusive value="1"/>
                   
</xs:restriction>
                 
</xs:simpleType>
               
</xs:element>
               
<xs:element name="DownwardLightOutputRatio" minOccurs="0">
                 
<xs:annotation>
                   
<xs:documentation>Ratio of the downward luminous flux of the luminaire to the sum of the individual luminous fluxes of the its light source(s). Not valid for absolute photometry</xs:documentation>
                 
</xs:annotation>
                 
<xs:simpleType>
                   
<xs:restriction base="xs:double">
                     
<xs:minInclusive value="0"/>
                     
<xs:maxInclusive value="1"/>
                   
</xs:restriction>
                 
</xs:simpleType>
               
</xs:element>
               
<xs:element name="UpwardLightOutputRatio" minOccurs="0">
                 
<xs:annotation>
                   
<xs:documentation>Ratio of the upward luminous flux of the luminaire to the sum of the individual luminous fluxes of the its light source(s). Not valid for absolute photometry</xs:documentation>
                 
</xs:annotation>
                 
<xs:simpleType>
                   
<xs:restriction base="xs:double">
                     
<xs:minInclusive value="0"/>
                     
<xs:maxInclusive value="1"/>
                   
</xs:restriction>
                 
</xs:simpleType>
               
</xs:element>
               
<xs:element name="TenthPeakDivergence" minOccurs="0">
                 
<xs:annotation>
                   
<xs:documentation>Angle of the beam center to the point where the luminous intensity is reduced to one tenth. See also EN 61341:Ed.2</xs:documentation>
                 
</xs:annotation>
                 
<xs:complexType>
                   
<xs:sequence>
                     
<xs:element name="C0-C180" type="xs:double">
                       
<xs:annotation>
                         
<xs:documentation>The angle of the beam center to the point where the luminous intensity is reduced to one-tenth on the C0-C180 pane. See also EN 61341:Ed.2</xs:documentation>
                       
</xs:annotation>
                     
</xs:element>
                     
<xs:element name="C90-C270" type="xs:double">
                       
<xs:annotation>
                         
<xs:documentation>The angle of the beam center to the point where the luminous intensity is reduced to one-tenth on the C90-C270 pane. See also EN 61341:Ed.2</xs:documentation>
                       
</xs:annotation>
                     
</xs:element>
                   
</xs:sequence>
                 
</xs:complexType>
               
</xs:element>
               
<xs:element name="HalfPeakDivergence" minOccurs="0">
                 
<xs:annotation>
                   
<xs:documentation>Angle of the beam center to the point where the luminous intensity is reduced to half. See also EN 61341:Ed.2</xs:documentation>
                 
</xs:annotation>
                 
<xs:complexType>
                   
<xs:sequence>
                     
<xs:element name="C0-C180" type="xs:double">
                       
<xs:annotation>
                         
<xs:documentation>The angle of the beam center to the point where the luminous intensity is reduced to half on the C0-C180 pane. See also EN 61341:Ed.2</xs:documentation>
                       
</xs:annotation>
                     
</xs:element>
                     
<xs:element name="C90-C270" type="xs:double">
                       
<xs:annotation>
                         
<xs:documentation>The angle of the beam center to the point where the luminous intensity is reduced to half on the C90-C270 pane. See also EN 61341:Ed.2</xs:documentation>
                       
</xs:annotation>
                     
</xs:element>
                   
</xs:sequence>
                 
</xs:complexType>
               
</xs:element>
               
<xs:element name="PhotometricCode" type="xs:string" minOccurs="0">
                 
<xs:annotation>
                   
<xs:documentation>Photometric code consists out of CRI, CCT, initial color variation (MacAdam ellipse steps), color variation through life (MacAdam ellipse steps) and lumen maintenance value (Lx). E.g. 830/359</xs:documentation>
                 
</xs:annotation>
               
</xs:element>
               
<xs:element name="CIE-FluxCode" type="xs:string" minOccurs="0">
                 
<xs:annotation>
                   
<xs:documentation>Set of values: flux triplet, downward flux fraction and light output ratio</xs:documentation>
                 
</xs:annotation>
               
</xs:element>
               
<xs:element name="CutOffAngle" type="xs:double" minOccurs="0">
                 
<xs:annotation>
                   
<xs:documentation>Angle, measured up from nadir, between the vertical axis and the first line of sight at which the light sources and the surfaces of high luminance are not visible</xs:documentation>
                 
</xs:annotation>
               
</xs:element>
               
<xs:element name="UGR-4H8H-70-50-20-LQ" minOccurs="0">
                 
<xs:annotation>
                   
<xs:documentation>UGR table value of a 4H8H room and degrees of reflection 70/50/20</xs:documentation>
                 
</xs:annotation>
                 
<xs:complexType>
                   
<xs:sequence>
                     
<xs:element name="X" type="xs:double">
                       
<xs:annotation>
                         
<xs:documentation>Lengthways</xs:documentation>
                       
</xs:annotation>
                     
</xs:element>
                     
<xs:element name="Y" type="xs:double">
                       
<xs:annotation>
                         
<xs:documentation>Across</xs:documentation>
                       
</xs:annotation>
                     
</xs:element>
                   
</xs:sequence>
                 
</xs:complexType>
               
</xs:element>
               
<xs:element name="IESNA-LightDistributionDefinition" type="xs:string" minOccurs="0">
                 
<xs:annotation>
                   
<xs:documentation>US-Types of luminaire light distribution according to IESNA for street lighting.
Note: These types are used in IES photometry files
</xs:documentation>
                 
</xs:annotation>
               
</xs:element>
               
<xs:element name="LightDistributionBUG-Rating" type="xs:string" minOccurs="0">
                 
<xs:annotation>
                   
<xs:documentation>Backlight, Uplight and Glare known as BUG classification. According to IDA/IESNA BUG evaluates the light output of outdoor lights regarding to glare, light pollution and light trespass</xs:documentation>
                 
</xs:annotation>
               
</xs:element>
             
</xs:sequence>
           
</xs:complexType>
         
</xs:element>
       
</xs:sequence>
       
<xs:attribute name="id" type="xs:ID" use="required">
         
<xs:annotation>
           
<xs:documentation>Unique identifier of the photometry</xs:documentation>
         
</xs:annotation>
       
</xs:attribute>
     
</xs:complexType>
   
</xs:element>
 
</xs:sequence>
</xs:complexType>

element Photometries/Photometry
diagram index_p283.png
properties
minOcc 1
maxOcc unbounded
content complex
children PhotometryFileReference DescriptivePhotometry
attributes
Name  Type  Use  Default  Fixed  Annotation
id  xs:ID  required      
documentation
Unique identifier of the photometry
annotation
documentation
Single photometry. Reference to an Eulumdat or IES File element, with additional descriptive informations
source <xs:element name="Photometry" maxOccurs="unbounded">
 
<xs:annotation>
   
<xs:documentation>Single photometry. Reference to an Eulumdat or IES File element, with additional descriptive informations</xs:documentation>
 
</xs:annotation>
 
<xs:complexType>
   
<xs:sequence>
     
<xs:choice>
       
<xs:element name="PhotometryFileReference">
         
<xs:annotation>
           
<xs:documentation>Reference to a photometry File element defined under GeneralDefinitions/Files. Usually Eulumdat or IES</xs:documentation>
         
</xs:annotation>
         
<xs:complexType>
           
<xs:attribute name="fileId" type="xs:NCName" use="required">
             
<xs:annotation>
               
<xs:documentation>Id reference to a photometry File element defined under GeneralDefinitions/Files. Usually Eulumdat or IES</xs:documentation>
             
</xs:annotation>
           
</xs:attribute>
         
</xs:complexType>
       
</xs:element>
     
</xs:choice>
     
<xs:element name="DescriptivePhotometry" minOccurs="0">
       
<xs:annotation>
         
<xs:documentation>All child elements are solely descriptive values and not used in any calculations</xs:documentation>
       
</xs:annotation>
       
<xs:complexType>
         
<xs:sequence>
           
<xs:element name="LuminaireLuminance" type="xs:int" minOccurs="0">
             
<xs:annotation>
               
<xs:documentation>Average luminance of the luminous surface (Unit: cd/m²). See also EN 13032-1:2012 leuchtende Fläche</xs:documentation>
             
</xs:annotation>
           
</xs:element>
           
<xs:element name="LightOutputRatio" minOccurs="0">
             
<xs:annotation>
               
<xs:documentation>Ratio of the luminous flux of the luminaire to the sum of the individual luminous fluxes of its conventional light source(s). According to EN 12665:2018</xs:documentation>
             
</xs:annotation>
             
<xs:simpleType>
               
<xs:restriction base="xs:double">
                 
<xs:minInclusive value="0"/>
                 
<xs:maxInclusive value="1"/>
               
</xs:restriction>
             
</xs:simpleType>
           
</xs:element>
           
<xs:element name="LuminousEfficacy" minOccurs="0">
             
<xs:annotation>
               
<xs:documentation>Quotient of the luminous flux emitted by the luminaire and the power absorbed by the light source and associated circuits of the luminaire</xs:documentation>
             
</xs:annotation>
             
<xs:simpleType>
               
<xs:restriction base="xs:double">
                 
<xs:minInclusive value="0"/>
                 
<xs:maxInclusive value="683"/>
               
</xs:restriction>
             
</xs:simpleType>
           
</xs:element>
           
<xs:element name="DownwardFluxFraction" minOccurs="0">
             
<xs:annotation>
               
<xs:documentation>Ratio of the downward flux to the total flux of the luminaire</xs:documentation>
             
</xs:annotation>
             
<xs:simpleType>
               
<xs:restriction base="xs:double">
                 
<xs:minInclusive value="0"/>
                 
<xs:maxInclusive value="1"/>
               
</xs:restriction>
             
</xs:simpleType>
           
</xs:element>
           
<xs:element name="DownwardLightOutputRatio" minOccurs="0">
             
<xs:annotation>
               
<xs:documentation>Ratio of the downward luminous flux of the luminaire to the sum of the individual luminous fluxes of the its light source(s). Not valid for absolute photometry</xs:documentation>
             
</xs:annotation>
             
<xs:simpleType>
               
<xs:restriction base="xs:double">
                 
<xs:minInclusive value="0"/>
                 
<xs:maxInclusive value="1"/>
               
</xs:restriction>
             
</xs:simpleType>
           
</xs:element>
           
<xs:element name="UpwardLightOutputRatio" minOccurs="0">
             
<xs:annotation>
               
<xs:documentation>Ratio of the upward luminous flux of the luminaire to the sum of the individual luminous fluxes of the its light source(s). Not valid for absolute photometry</xs:documentation>
             
</xs:annotation>
             
<xs:simpleType>
               
<xs:restriction base="xs:double">
                 
<xs:minInclusive value="0"/>
                 
<xs:maxInclusive value="1"/>
               
</xs:restriction>
             
</xs:simpleType>
           
</xs:element>
           
<xs:element name="TenthPeakDivergence" minOccurs="0">
             
<xs:annotation>
               
<xs:documentation>Angle of the beam center to the point where the luminous intensity is reduced to one tenth. See also EN 61341:Ed.2</xs:documentation>
             
</xs:annotation>
             
<xs:complexType>
               
<xs:sequence>
                 
<xs:element name="C0-C180" type="xs:double">
                   
<xs:annotation>
                     
<xs:documentation>The angle of the beam center to the point where the luminous intensity is reduced to one-tenth on the C0-C180 pane. See also EN 61341:Ed.2</xs:documentation>
                   
</xs:annotation>
                 
</xs:element>
                 
<xs:element name="C90-C270" type="xs:double">
                   
<xs:annotation>
                     
<xs:documentation>The angle of the beam center to the point where the luminous intensity is reduced to one-tenth on the C90-C270 pane. See also EN 61341:Ed.2</xs:documentation>
                   
</xs:annotation>
                 
</xs:element>
               
</xs:sequence>
             
</xs:complexType>
           
</xs:element>
           
<xs:element name="HalfPeakDivergence" minOccurs="0">
             
<xs:annotation>
               
<xs:documentation>Angle of the beam center to the point where the luminous intensity is reduced to half. See also EN 61341:Ed.2</xs:documentation>
             
</xs:annotation>
             
<xs:complexType>
               
<xs:sequence>
                 
<xs:element name="C0-C180" type="xs:double">
                   
<xs:annotation>
                     
<xs:documentation>The angle of the beam center to the point where the luminous intensity is reduced to half on the C0-C180 pane. See also EN 61341:Ed.2</xs:documentation>
                   
</xs:annotation>
                 
</xs:element>
                 
<xs:element name="C90-C270" type="xs:double">
                   
<xs:annotation>
                     
<xs:documentation>The angle of the beam center to the point where the luminous intensity is reduced to half on the C90-C270 pane. See also EN 61341:Ed.2</xs:documentation>
                   
</xs:annotation>
                 
</xs:element>
               
</xs:sequence>
             
</xs:complexType>
           
</xs:element>
           
<xs:element name="PhotometricCode" type="xs:string" minOccurs="0">
             
<xs:annotation>
               
<xs:documentation>Photometric code consists out of CRI, CCT, initial color variation (MacAdam ellipse steps), color variation through life (MacAdam ellipse steps) and lumen maintenance value (Lx). E.g. 830/359</xs:documentation>
             
</xs:annotation>
           
</xs:element>
           
<xs:element name="CIE-FluxCode" type="xs:string" minOccurs="0">
             
<xs:annotation>
               
<xs:documentation>Set of values: flux triplet, downward flux fraction and light output ratio</xs:documentation>
             
</xs:annotation>
           
</xs:element>
           
<xs:element name="CutOffAngle" type="xs:double" minOccurs="0">
             
<xs:annotation>
               
<xs:documentation>Angle, measured up from nadir, between the vertical axis and the first line of sight at which the light sources and the surfaces of high luminance are not visible</xs:documentation>
             
</xs:annotation>
           
</xs:element>
           
<xs:element name="UGR-4H8H-70-50-20-LQ" minOccurs="0">
             
<xs:annotation>
               
<xs:documentation>UGR table value of a 4H8H room and degrees of reflection 70/50/20</xs:documentation>
             
</xs:annotation>
             
<xs:complexType>
               
<xs:sequence>
                 
<xs:element name="X" type="xs:double">
                   
<xs:annotation>
                     
<xs:documentation>Lengthways</xs:documentation>
                   
</xs:annotation>
                 
</xs:element>
                 
<xs:element name="Y" type="xs:double">
                   
<xs:annotation>
                     
<xs:documentation>Across</xs:documentation>
                   
</xs:annotation>
                 
</xs:element>
               
</xs:sequence>
             
</xs:complexType>
           
</xs:element>
           
<xs:element name="IESNA-LightDistributionDefinition" type="xs:string" minOccurs="0">
             
<xs:annotation>
               
<xs:documentation>US-Types of luminaire light distribution according to IESNA for street lighting.
Note: These types are used in IES photometry files
</xs:documentation>
             
</xs:annotation>
           
</xs:element>
           
<xs:element name="LightDistributionBUG-Rating" type="xs:string" minOccurs="0">
             
<xs:annotation>
               
<xs:documentation>Backlight, Uplight and Glare known as BUG classification. According to IDA/IESNA BUG evaluates the light output of outdoor lights regarding to glare, light pollution and light trespass</xs:documentation>
             
</xs:annotation>
           
</xs:element>
         
</xs:sequence>
       
</xs:complexType>
     
</xs:element>
   
</xs:sequence>
   
<xs:attribute name="id" type="xs:ID" use="required">
     
<xs:annotation>
       
<xs:documentation>Unique identifier of the photometry</xs:documentation>
     
</xs:annotation>
   
</xs:attribute>
 
</xs:complexType>
</xs:element>

attribute Photometries/Photometry/@id
type xs:ID
properties
use required
annotation
documentation
Unique identifier of the photometry
source <xs:attribute name="id" type="xs:ID" use="required">
 
<xs:annotation>
   
<xs:documentation>Unique identifier of the photometry</xs:documentation>
 
</xs:annotation>
</xs:attribute>

element Photometries/Photometry/PhotometryFileReference
diagram index_p284.png
properties
content complex
attributes
Name  Type  Use  Default  Fixed  Annotation
fileId  xs:NCName  required      
documentation
Id reference to a photometry File element defined under GeneralDefinitions/Files. Usually Eulumdat or IES
annotation
documentation
Reference to a photometry File element defined under GeneralDefinitions/Files. Usually Eulumdat or IES
source <xs:element name="PhotometryFileReference">
 
<xs:annotation>
   
<xs:documentation>Reference to a photometry File element defined under GeneralDefinitions/Files. Usually Eulumdat or IES</xs:documentation>
 
</xs:annotation>
 
<xs:complexType>
   
<xs:attribute name="fileId" type="xs:NCName" use="required">
     
<xs:annotation>
       
<xs:documentation>Id reference to a photometry File element defined under GeneralDefinitions/Files. Usually Eulumdat or IES</xs:documentation>
     
</xs:annotation>
   
</xs:attribute>
 
</xs:complexType>
</xs:element>

attribute Photometries/Photometry/PhotometryFileReference/@fileId
type xs:NCName
properties
use required
annotation
documentation
Id reference to a photometry File element defined under GeneralDefinitions/Files. Usually Eulumdat or IES
source <xs:attribute name="fileId" type="xs:NCName" use="required">
 
<xs:annotation>
   
<xs:documentation>Id reference to a photometry File element defined under GeneralDefinitions/Files. Usually Eulumdat or IES</xs:documentation>
 
</xs:annotation>
</xs:attribute>

element Photometries/Photometry/DescriptivePhotometry
diagram index_p285.png
properties
minOcc 0
maxOcc 1
content complex
children LuminaireLuminance LightOutputRatio LuminousEfficacy DownwardFluxFraction DownwardLightOutputRatio UpwardLightOutputRatio TenthPeakDivergence HalfPeakDivergence PhotometricCode CIE-FluxCode CutOffAngle UGR-4H8H-70-50-20-LQ IESNA-LightDistributionDefinition LightDistributionBUG-Rating
annotation
documentation
All child elements are solely descriptive values and not used in any calculations
source <xs:element name="DescriptivePhotometry" minOccurs="0">
 
<xs:annotation>
   
<xs:documentation>All child elements are solely descriptive values and not used in any calculations</xs:documentation>
 
</xs:annotation>
 
<xs:complexType>
   
<xs:sequence>
     
<xs:element name="LuminaireLuminance" type="xs:int" minOccurs="0">
       
<xs:annotation>
         
<xs:documentation>Average luminance of the luminous surface (Unit: cd/m²). See also EN 13032-1:2012 leuchtende Fläche</xs:documentation>
       
</xs:annotation>
     
</xs:element>
     
<xs:element name="LightOutputRatio" minOccurs="0">
       
<xs:annotation>
         
<xs:documentation>Ratio of the luminous flux of the luminaire to the sum of the individual luminous fluxes of its conventional light source(s). According to EN 12665:2018</xs:documentation>
       
</xs:annotation>
       
<xs:simpleType>
         
<xs:restriction base="xs:double">
           
<xs:minInclusive value="0"/>
           
<xs:maxInclusive value="1"/>
         
</xs:restriction>
       
</xs:simpleType>
     
</xs:element>
     
<xs:element name="LuminousEfficacy" minOccurs="0">
       
<xs:annotation>
         
<xs:documentation>Quotient of the luminous flux emitted by the luminaire and the power absorbed by the light source and associated circuits of the luminaire</xs:documentation>
       
</xs:annotation>
       
<xs:simpleType>
         
<xs:restriction base="xs:double">
           
<xs:minInclusive value="0"/>
           
<xs:maxInclusive value="683"/>
         
</xs:restriction>
       
</xs:simpleType>
     
</xs:element>
     
<xs:element name="DownwardFluxFraction" minOccurs="0">
       
<xs:annotation>
         
<xs:documentation>Ratio of the downward flux to the total flux of the luminaire</xs:documentation>
       
</xs:annotation>
       
<xs:simpleType>
         
<xs:restriction base="xs:double">
           
<xs:minInclusive value="0"/>
           
<xs:maxInclusive value="1"/>
         
</xs:restriction>
       
</xs:simpleType>
     
</xs:element>
     
<xs:element name="DownwardLightOutputRatio" minOccurs="0">
       
<xs:annotation>
         
<xs:documentation>Ratio of the downward luminous flux of the luminaire to the sum of the individual luminous fluxes of the its light source(s). Not valid for absolute photometry</xs:documentation>
       
</xs:annotation>
       
<xs:simpleType>
         
<xs:restriction base="xs:double">
           
<xs:minInclusive value="0"/>
           
<xs:maxInclusive value="1"/>
         
</xs:restriction>
       
</xs:simpleType>
     
</xs:element>
     
<xs:element name="UpwardLightOutputRatio" minOccurs="0">
       
<xs:annotation>
         
<xs:documentation>Ratio of the upward luminous flux of the luminaire to the sum of the individual luminous fluxes of the its light source(s). Not valid for absolute photometry</xs:documentation>
       
</xs:annotation>
       
<xs:simpleType>
         
<xs:restriction base="xs:double">
           
<xs:minInclusive value="0"/>
           
<xs:maxInclusive value="1"/>
         
</xs:restriction>
       
</xs:simpleType>
     
</xs:element>
     
<xs:element name="TenthPeakDivergence" minOccurs="0">
       
<xs:annotation>
         
<xs:documentation>Angle of the beam center to the point where the luminous intensity is reduced to one tenth. See also EN 61341:Ed.2</xs:documentation>
       
</xs:annotation>
       
<xs:complexType>
         
<xs:sequence>
           
<xs:element name="C0-C180" type="xs:double">
             
<xs:annotation>
               
<xs:documentation>The angle of the beam center to the point where the luminous intensity is reduced to one-tenth on the C0-C180 pane. See also EN 61341:Ed.2</xs:documentation>
             
</xs:annotation>
           
</xs:element>
           
<xs:element name="C90-C270" type="xs:double">
             
<xs:annotation>
               
<xs:documentation>The angle of the beam center to the point where the luminous intensity is reduced to one-tenth on the C90-C270 pane. See also EN 61341:Ed.2</xs:documentation>
             
</xs:annotation>
           
</xs:element>
         
</xs:sequence>
       
</xs:complexType>
     
</xs:element>
     
<xs:element name="HalfPeakDivergence" minOccurs="0">
       
<xs:annotation>
         
<xs:documentation>Angle of the beam center to the point where the luminous intensity is reduced to half. See also EN 61341:Ed.2</xs:documentation>
       
</xs:annotation>
       
<xs:complexType>
         
<xs:sequence>
           
<xs:element name="C0-C180" type="xs:double">
             
<xs:annotation>
               
<xs:documentation>The angle of the beam center to the point where the luminous intensity is reduced to half on the C0-C180 pane. See also EN 61341:Ed.2</xs:documentation>
             
</xs:annotation>
           
</xs:element>
           
<xs:element name="C90-C270" type="xs:double">
             
<xs:annotation>
               
<xs:documentation>The angle of the beam center to the point where the luminous intensity is reduced to half on the C90-C270 pane. See also EN 61341:Ed.2</xs:documentation>
             
</xs:annotation>
           
</xs:element>
         
</xs:sequence>
       
</xs:complexType>
     
</xs:element>
     
<xs:element name="PhotometricCode" type="xs:string" minOccurs="0">
       
<xs:annotation>
         
<xs:documentation>Photometric code consists out of CRI, CCT, initial color variation (MacAdam ellipse steps), color variation through life (MacAdam ellipse steps) and lumen maintenance value (Lx). E.g. 830/359</xs:documentation>
       
</xs:annotation>
     
</xs:element>
     
<xs:element name="CIE-FluxCode" type="xs:string" minOccurs="0">
       
<xs:annotation>
         
<xs:documentation>Set of values: flux triplet, downward flux fraction and light output ratio</xs:documentation>
       
</xs:annotation>
     
</xs:element>
     
<xs:element name="CutOffAngle" type="xs:double" minOccurs="0">
       
<xs:annotation>
         
<xs:documentation>Angle, measured up from nadir, between the vertical axis and the first line of sight at which the light sources and the surfaces of high luminance are not visible</xs:documentation>
       
</xs:annotation>
     
</xs:element>
     
<xs:element name="UGR-4H8H-70-50-20-LQ" minOccurs="0">
       
<xs:annotation>
         
<xs:documentation>UGR table value of a 4H8H room and degrees of reflection 70/50/20</xs:documentation>
       
</xs:annotation>
       
<xs:complexType>
         
<xs:sequence>
           
<xs:element name="X" type="xs:double">
             
<xs:annotation>
               
<xs:documentation>Lengthways</xs:documentation>
             
</xs:annotation>
           
</xs:element>
           
<xs:element name="Y" type="xs:double">
             
<xs:annotation>
               
<xs:documentation>Across</xs:documentation>
             
</xs:annotation>
           
</xs:element>
         
</xs:sequence>
       
</xs:complexType>
     
</xs:element>
     
<xs:element name="IESNA-LightDistributionDefinition" type="xs:string" minOccurs="0">
       
<xs:annotation>
         
<xs:documentation>US-Types of luminaire light distribution according to IESNA for street lighting.
Note: These types are used in IES photometry files
</xs:documentation>
       
</xs:annotation>
     
</xs:element>
     
<xs:element name="LightDistributionBUG-Rating" type="xs:string" minOccurs="0">
       
<xs:annotation>
         
<xs:documentation>Backlight, Uplight and Glare known as BUG classification. According to IDA/IESNA BUG evaluates the light output of outdoor lights regarding to glare, light pollution and light trespass</xs:documentation>
       
</xs:annotation>
     
</xs:element>
   
</xs:sequence>
 
</xs:complexType>
</xs:element>

element Photometries/Photometry/DescriptivePhotometry/LuminaireLuminance
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type xs:int
properties
minOcc 0
maxOcc 1
content simple
annotation
documentation
Average luminance of the luminous surface (Unit: cd/m²). See also EN 13032-1:2012 leuchtende Fläche
source <xs:element name="LuminaireLuminance" type="xs:int" minOccurs="0">
 
<xs:annotation>
   
<xs:documentation>Average luminance of the luminous surface (Unit: cd/m²). See also EN 13032-1:2012 leuchtende Fläche</xs:documentation>
 
</xs:annotation>
</xs:element>

element Photometries/Photometry/DescriptivePhotometry/LightOutputRatio
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type restriction of xs:double
properties
minOcc 0
maxOcc 1
content simple
facets
Kind Value Annotation
minInclusive 0
maxInclusive 1
annotation
documentation
Ratio of the luminous flux of the luminaire to the sum of the individual luminous fluxes of its conventional light source(s). According to EN 12665:2018
source <xs:element name="LightOutputRatio" minOccurs="0">
 
<xs:annotation>
   
<xs:documentation>Ratio of the luminous flux of the luminaire to the sum of the individual luminous fluxes of its conventional light source(s). According to EN 12665:2018</xs:documentation>
 
</xs:annotation>
 
<xs:simpleType>
   
<xs:restriction base="xs:double">
     
<xs:minInclusive value="0"/>
     
<xs:maxInclusive value="1"/>
   
</xs:restriction>
 
</xs:simpleType>
</xs:element>

element Photometries/Photometry/DescriptivePhotometry/LuminousEfficacy
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type restriction of xs:double
properties
minOcc 0
maxOcc 1
content simple
facets
Kind Value Annotation
minInclusive 0
maxInclusive 683
annotation
documentation
Quotient of the luminous flux emitted by the luminaire and the power absorbed by the light source and associated circuits of the luminaire
source <xs:element name="LuminousEfficacy" minOccurs="0">
 
<xs:annotation>
   
<xs:documentation>Quotient of the luminous flux emitted by the luminaire and the power absorbed by the light source and associated circuits of the luminaire</xs:documentation>
 
</xs:annotation>
 
<xs:simpleType>
   
<xs:restriction base="xs:double">
     
<xs:minInclusive value="0"/>
     
<xs:maxInclusive value="683"/>
   
</xs:restriction>
 
</xs:simpleType>
</xs:element>

element Photometries/Photometry/DescriptivePhotometry/DownwardFluxFraction
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type restriction of xs:double
properties
minOcc 0
maxOcc 1
content simple
facets
Kind Value Annotation
minInclusive 0
maxInclusive 1
annotation
documentation
Ratio of the downward flux to the total flux of the luminaire
source <xs:element name="DownwardFluxFraction" minOccurs="0">
 
<xs:annotation>
   
<xs:documentation>Ratio of the downward flux to the total flux of the luminaire</xs:documentation>
 
</xs:annotation>
 
<xs:simpleType>
   
<xs:restriction base="xs:double">
     
<xs:minInclusive value="0"/>
     
<xs:maxInclusive value="1"/>
   
</xs:restriction>
 
</xs:simpleType>
</xs:element>

element Photometries/Photometry/DescriptivePhotometry/DownwardLightOutputRatio
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type restriction of xs:double
properties
minOcc 0
maxOcc 1
content simple
facets
Kind Value Annotation
minInclusive 0
maxInclusive 1
annotation
documentation
Ratio of the downward luminous flux of the luminaire to the sum of the individual luminous fluxes of the its light source(s). Not valid for absolute photometry
source <xs:element name="DownwardLightOutputRatio" minOccurs="0">
 
<xs:annotation>
   
<xs:documentation>Ratio of the downward luminous flux of the luminaire to the sum of the individual luminous fluxes of the its light source(s). Not valid for absolute photometry</xs:documentation>
 
</xs:annotation>
 
<xs:simpleType>
   
<xs:restriction base="xs:double">
     
<xs:minInclusive value="0"/>
     
<xs:maxInclusive value="1"/>
   
</xs:restriction>
 
</xs:simpleType>
</xs:element>

element Photometries/Photometry/DescriptivePhotometry/UpwardLightOutputRatio
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type restriction of xs:double
properties
minOcc 0
maxOcc 1
content simple
facets
Kind Value Annotation
minInclusive 0
maxInclusive 1
annotation
documentation
Ratio of the upward luminous flux of the luminaire to the sum of the individual luminous fluxes of the its light source(s). Not valid for absolute photometry
source <xs:element name="UpwardLightOutputRatio" minOccurs="0">
 
<xs:annotation>
   
<xs:documentation>Ratio of the upward luminous flux of the luminaire to the sum of the individual luminous fluxes of the its light source(s). Not valid for absolute photometry</xs:documentation>
 
</xs:annotation>
 
<xs:simpleType>
   
<xs:restriction base="xs:double">
     
<xs:minInclusive value="0"/>
     
<xs:maxInclusive value="1"/>
   
</xs:restriction>
 
</xs:simpleType>
</xs:element>

element Photometries/Photometry/DescriptivePhotometry/TenthPeakDivergence
diagram index_p292.png
properties
minOcc 0
maxOcc 1
content complex
children C0-C180 C90-C270
annotation
documentation
Angle of the beam center to the point where the luminous intensity is reduced to one tenth. See also EN 61341:Ed.2
source <xs:element name="TenthPeakDivergence" minOccurs="0">
 
<xs:annotation>
   
<xs:documentation>Angle of the beam center to the point where the luminous intensity is reduced to one tenth. See also EN 61341:Ed.2</xs:documentation>
 
</xs:annotation>
 
<xs:complexType>
   
<xs:sequence>
     
<xs:element name="C0-C180" type="xs:double">
       
<xs:annotation>
         
<xs:documentation>The angle of the beam center to the point where the luminous intensity is reduced to one-tenth on the C0-C180 pane. See also EN 61341:Ed.2</xs:documentation>
       
</xs:annotation>
     
</xs:element>
     
<xs:element name="C90-C270" type="xs:double">
       
<xs:annotation>
         
<xs:documentation>The angle of the beam center to the point where the luminous intensity is reduced to one-tenth on the C90-C270 pane. See also EN 61341:Ed.2</xs:documentation>
       
</xs:annotation>
     
</xs:element>
   
</xs:sequence>
 
</xs:complexType>
</xs:element>

element Photometries/Photometry/DescriptivePhotometry/TenthPeakDivergence/C0-C180
diagram index_p293.png
type xs:double
properties
content simple
annotation
documentation
The angle of the beam center to the point where the luminous intensity is reduced to one-tenth on the C0-C180 pane. See also EN 61341:Ed.2
source <xs:element name="C0-C180" type="xs:double">
 
<xs:annotation>
   
<xs:documentation>The angle of the beam center to the point where the luminous intensity is reduced to one-tenth on the C0-C180 pane. See also EN 61341:Ed.2</xs:documentation>
 
</xs:annotation>
</xs:element>

element Photometries/Photometry/DescriptivePhotometry/TenthPeakDivergence/C90-C270
diagram index_p294.png
type xs:double
properties
content simple
annotation
documentation
The angle of the beam center to the point where the luminous intensity is reduced to one-tenth on the C90-C270 pane. See also EN 61341:Ed.2
source <xs:element name="C90-C270" type="xs:double">
 
<xs:annotation>
   
<xs:documentation>The angle of the beam center to the point where the luminous intensity is reduced to one-tenth on the C90-C270 pane. See also EN 61341:Ed.2</xs:documentation>
 
</xs:annotation>
</xs:element>

element Photometries/Photometry/DescriptivePhotometry/HalfPeakDivergence
diagram index_p295.png
properties
minOcc 0
maxOcc 1
content complex
children C0-C180 C90-C270
annotation
documentation
Angle of the beam center to the point where the luminous intensity is reduced to half. See also EN 61341:Ed.2
source <xs:element name="HalfPeakDivergence" minOccurs="0">
 
<xs:annotation>
   
<xs:documentation>Angle of the beam center to the point where the luminous intensity is reduced to half. See also EN 61341:Ed.2</xs:documentation>
 
</xs:annotation>
 
<xs:complexType>
   
<xs:sequence>
     
<xs:element name="C0-C180" type="xs:double">
       
<xs:annotation>
         
<xs:documentation>The angle of the beam center to the point where the luminous intensity is reduced to half on the C0-C180 pane. See also EN 61341:Ed.2</xs:documentation>
       
</xs:annotation>
     
</xs:element>
     
<xs:element name="C90-C270" type="xs:double">
       
<xs:annotation>
         
<xs:documentation>The angle of the beam center to the point where the luminous intensity is reduced to half on the C90-C270 pane. See also EN 61341:Ed.2</xs:documentation>
       
</xs:annotation>
     
</xs:element>
   
</xs:sequence>
 
</xs:complexType>
</xs:element>

element Photometries/Photometry/DescriptivePhotometry/HalfPeakDivergence/C0-C180
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type xs:double
properties
content simple
annotation
documentation
The angle of the beam center to the point where the luminous intensity is reduced to half on the C0-C180 pane. See also EN 61341:Ed.2
source <xs:element name="C0-C180" type="xs:double">
 
<xs:annotation>
   
<xs:documentation>The angle of the beam center to the point where the luminous intensity is reduced to half on the C0-C180 pane. See also EN 61341:Ed.2</xs:documentation>
 
</xs:annotation>
</xs:element>

element Photometries/Photometry/DescriptivePhotometry/HalfPeakDivergence/C90-C270
diagram index_p297.png
type xs:double
properties
content simple
annotation
documentation
The angle of the beam center to the point where the luminous intensity is reduced to half on the C90-C270 pane. See also EN 61341:Ed.2
source <xs:element name="C90-C270" type="xs:double">
 
<xs:annotation>
   
<xs:documentation>The angle of the beam center to the point where the luminous intensity is reduced to half on the C90-C270 pane. See also EN 61341:Ed.2</xs:documentation>
 
</xs:annotation>
</xs:element>

element Photometries/Photometry/DescriptivePhotometry/PhotometricCode
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type xs:string
properties
minOcc 0
maxOcc 1
content simple
annotation
documentation
Photometric code consists out of CRI, CCT, initial color variation (MacAdam ellipse steps), color variation through life (MacAdam ellipse steps) and lumen maintenance value (Lx). E.g. 830/359
source <xs:element name="PhotometricCode" type="xs:string" minOccurs="0">
 
<xs:annotation>
   
<xs:documentation>Photometric code consists out of CRI, CCT, initial color variation (MacAdam ellipse steps), color variation through life (MacAdam ellipse steps) and lumen maintenance value (Lx). E.g. 830/359</xs:documentation>
 
</xs:annotation>
</xs:element>

element Photometries/Photometry/DescriptivePhotometry/CIE-FluxCode
diagram index_p299.png
type xs:string
properties
minOcc 0
maxOcc 1
content simple
annotation
documentation
Set of values: flux triplet, downward flux fraction and light output ratio
source <xs:element name="CIE-FluxCode" type="xs:string" minOccurs="0">
 
<xs:annotation>
   
<xs:documentation>Set of values: flux triplet, downward flux fraction and light output ratio</xs:documentation>
 
</xs:annotation>
</xs:element>

element Photometries/Photometry/DescriptivePhotometry/CutOffAngle
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type xs:double
properties
minOcc 0
maxOcc 1
content simple
annotation
documentation
Angle, measured up from nadir, between the vertical axis and the first line of sight at which the light sources and the surfaces of high luminance are not visible
source <xs:element name="CutOffAngle" type="xs:double" minOccurs="0">
 
<xs:annotation>
   
<xs:documentation>Angle, measured up from nadir, between the vertical axis and the first line of sight at which the light sources and the surfaces of high luminance are not visible</xs:documentation>
 
</xs:annotation>
</xs:element>

element Photometries/Photometry/DescriptivePhotometry/UGR-4H8H-70-50-20-LQ
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properties
minOcc 0
maxOcc 1
content complex
children X Y
annotation
documentation
UGR table value of a 4H8H room and degrees of reflection 70/50/20
source <xs:element name="UGR-4H8H-70-50-20-LQ" minOccurs="0">
 
<xs:annotation>
   
<xs:documentation>UGR table value of a 4H8H room and degrees of reflection 70/50/20</xs:documentation>
 
</xs:annotation>
 
<xs:complexType>
   
<xs:sequence>
     
<xs:element name="X" type="xs:double">
       
<xs:annotation>
         
<xs:documentation>Lengthways</xs:documentation>
       
</xs:annotation>
     
</xs:element>
     
<xs:element name="Y" type="xs:double">
       
<xs:annotation>
         
<xs:documentation>Across</xs:documentation>
       
</xs:annotation>
     
</xs:element>
   
</xs:sequence>
 
</xs:complexType>
</xs:element>

element Photometries/Photometry/DescriptivePhotometry/UGR-4H8H-70-50-20-LQ/X
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type xs:double
properties
content simple
annotation
documentation
Lengthways
source <xs:element name="X" type="xs:double">
 
<xs:annotation>
   
<xs:documentation>Lengthways</xs:documentation>
 
</xs:annotation>
</xs:element>

element Photometries/Photometry/DescriptivePhotometry/UGR-4H8H-70-50-20-LQ/Y
diagram index_p303.png
type xs:double
properties
content simple
annotation
documentation
Across
source <xs:element name="Y" type="xs:double">
 
<xs:annotation>
   
<xs:documentation>Across</xs:documentation>
 
</xs:annotation>
</xs:element>

element Photometries/Photometry/DescriptivePhotometry/IESNA-LightDistributionDefinition
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type xs:string
properties
minOcc 0
maxOcc 1
content simple
annotation
documentation
US-Types of luminaire light distribution according to IESNA for street lighting.
Note: These types are used in IES photometry files
source <xs:element name="IESNA-LightDistributionDefinition" type="xs:string" minOccurs="0">
 
<xs:annotation>
   
<xs:documentation>US-Types of luminaire light distribution according to IESNA for street lighting.
Note: These types are used in IES photometry files
</xs:documentation>
 
</xs:annotation>
</xs:element>

element Photometries/Photometry/DescriptivePhotometry/LightDistributionBUG-Rating
diagram index_p305.png
type xs:string
properties
minOcc 0
maxOcc 1
content simple
annotation
documentation
Backlight, Uplight and Glare known as BUG classification. According to IDA/IESNA BUG evaluates the light output of outdoor lights regarding to glare, light pollution and light trespass
source <xs:element name="LightDistributionBUG-Rating" type="xs:string" minOccurs="0">
 
<xs:annotation>
   
<xs:documentation>Backlight, Uplight and Glare known as BUG classification. According to IDA/IESNA BUG evaluates the light output of outdoor lights regarding to glare, light pollution and light trespass</xs:documentation>
 
</xs:annotation>
</xs:element>


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