During the DIALux Basic course, you will learn how to use DIALux Evo. Based on three projects, you will get to work. Each project focuses on different components, and the level rises with each project so that by the end you have a good understanding of what you are working with. Finally, you will learn how to easily document your project using images.

The training lasts one day and takes place at the Microlab at Strijp-S, Eindhoven in a small group of up to 6 people. This way we ensure that everyone gets the right support and guidance during the course day. Upon successful completion of the course, you will receive an official certificate from DIALux.

Some of the topics covered include: DIALux Interface – User Profiles – EN12464 Workplace Lighting – Luminaire Data – Plugins – LUMsearch – Luminaire Layout – Calculations – Sketches – Luminaire Grouping – Calculation Surfaces – Architectural Elements – Furniture – Luminaires Exchange – Windows and Doors – CAD Drawing – Color and Texture – Auxiliary Lines – Calculation Results – Energy Savings – Sensors – False Color – UGR – Exporting Images – PDF Export

Cursus data:

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  • 09 April 2024
  • 09 April 2024
  • 09 April 2024
  • 09 April 2024
  • 09 April 2024
  • 09 April 2024
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Supplies

The DIALux software is free to download and accessible to anyone on a Windows laptop or computer. Make sure you have the latest version installed beforehand. It is also important to bring a charger and 3-button mouse. We provide the course materials, tea, coffee and a delicious lunch!

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Are you interested in our Lixero DIALux Basic course? Then register now for the desired date because places are limited.








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