Spectral emission data for some frequently used lamps excluding
led emitting diodes (LEDs) available as electronic components. Original
spectral irradiance data for incandescent-, LED- and discharge lamps are
included. They are complemented by data on the effect of temperature on
the emission by fluorescent tubes. Part of the 'r4photobiology' suite,
Aphalo P. J. (2015)
photobiologyLamps is a data-only R package containing spectral emission data for diverse types of lamps, while data for LEDs sold as electronic components are included in package photobiologyLEDs. This package complements other packages in the photobiology R suite.
Please, see the web site R4Photobiology for details on other packages available as part of the suite, and on how to install them.
Add data for several fixed-spectrum lamps and for a variable spectrum four-channel WRGB LED bulb. Add indexing vectors and rename some of the existing ones. Update documentation and vignette.
Further reorganization of data into fewer objects. Update documentation to track these changes.
Major update, not backwards compatible. Data reorganized into collections of spectra grouped by measurement conditions/instrument used. This means that names of all data objects have changed. Documentation updated. Vignette converted to Rmarkdown and updated to work with the new objects. Most spectra have been normalized to one at the peak, as actual spectral irradiance values are irrelevant when distance and geometry are not known.
Partial update, released as a test version.
Update for photobiology 0.9.1, ggspectra 0.1.0 and ggplot2 2.0.0. Fixed bug in Q-Panel UV313 temperature response data that was triggering and error with the now tighter checking.
Rebuild data and package. Update data object building scripts.
Add spectral data for germicidal lamp.
Rebuild all data, and the package under photobiology 0.7.0.
Rebuilt all data, and the package under photobiology 0.6.0.
Now that spectral objects can contain more than one spectrum, a source_spct object is used to store the spectra for the lamp temperature response. Because of this the User Guide was also edited.
Edited vignette to use photobiologygg 0.2.8, adding titles to the figures.
Edited vignette to use photobiologygg 0.2.5 functions to simplify code examples.
Rebuilt vignette with photobiology 0.5.1, which is now required. Removed calc.lamp.multipliers().
Rebuilt all spectral data objects with photobiology 0.4.5 so that the time.unit attribute is not missing.
source.spct objects now contain only spectral energy irradiance data.
All data is now in source.spct objects, except for a data.table with the temperature response data set.
Added functions D2_spectrum() and FEL_spectrum(). These functions use constants from high precision fits to known calibration lamps.
Fixed bug introduced yesterday in 0.1.8. calc_lamp_output was not doing the rescaling correctly and moved most of the code to calc_source_output() in package photobiology. calc_lamp_output() now just calls calc_source_output() and its use is deprecated.
Substantial changes to calc_lamp_output to simplify use and to correctly handle NAs and cases when extrapolation is involved.
Changes to adjust code to changes in package photobiology version 0.2.16
Added three spectra from UV lamps measured in the range 240 nm to 800 nm, with a Macam scanning spectroradiometer with double monochromator. Data not as good as from the Bentham instrument but measured over a wider range of wavelengths.
Corrected wrong units in Bentham data. It was in mW m-2 nm-1, while documentation indicated that it was in W m-2 nm-1. Data has been now rescaled.
Added data for Q-Panel UVB-313 lamp emission at different temperatures.
Added function calc_lamp_output. Wrote new vignette dataPlots with plots for all lamp data in the package.
Merged some edits, and fixed some documentation bugs.
Added data measured with a Bentham spectroradiometer.
First version containing data measured with a LI-COR LI-1800 spectroradiometer.