Luminous-intensity distribution curve

Luminous-intensity distribution curve

(LIDC)
A representation of the pattern of light produced by a lamp or light fixture from the center of the source. This information is usually supplied by the manufacturer of the fixture.
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luminous-intensity distribution curve

luminous-intensity distribution curve
A polar plot representing the light intensity as a function of angle about a light source.
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