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photopia for SOLIDWORKS®

UV optical design software



Photopia is the perfect optical design software for your UV illumination projects. Whether you are designing a UV air or water purification system and need to analyze the irradiance pattern, or creating a UV light source for UV curing in adhesives or printing, Photopia will help you design the best UV optical system in the shortest amount of time.

Photopia includes a built-in CAD system or is available as an add-in for SOLIDWORKS®. Our standalone CAD system interfaces with packages such as SOLIDWORKS®, AutoCAD®, Pro/Engineer CREO®, SolidEdge®, and Inventor®.

Book a live online demo of Photopia with one of our expert optical engineers:

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In 60 minutes we'll walk through a sample project, discuss your needs, and explain the important features of Photopia for your type of work.

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CAD Interface

Full CAD system

Import STL, DXF, DWG

Export 3DM, DXF, DWG

Design with PODT

Parametric arrays

SOLIDWORKS Add-In

Design Tools

Aim by angle or point

Profile or 3D

Extruded or revolved

Complex Lofted

Easy adjust interface

Library

Over 1000 lamps

Over 900 materials

Full measured data

Spectral data

Photometrics

Custom Angle sets

IES, TM14, EULUMDAT

Candela polar and xy

Illuminance planes

Raytrace

Variable # of rays

Variable # of reactions

Multithreaded

Color aware

Lamp array optimized

Support

Full PDF User's Guide

4 Beginner Tutorials

9 Advanced Tutorials

Phone and email support

Support website

Industrial

    ✔ UV adhesive curing device using LEDs.

    ✔ UV curing for high speed printing presses.

Medical

    ✔ UV disinfection devices for rooms.

    ✔ UV sterilization reactors.

    ✔ In-duct UV germicidal irradiation.

  • Josephine Lau, William Bahnfleth, Richard Mistrick & Diana Kompare."Ultraviolet irradiance measurement and modeling for evaluating the effectiveness of in-duct ultraviolet germicidal irradiation devices". HVAC&R Research: 18:4, 626-642. Retrieved 6 March 2016.
  • Ahmed, Y; Blatchley, ER. "CFD-I Modeling of UV Disinfection Reactors with Stochastic Evaluation of System Variables". Retrieved 14 October 2014. 
  • Kowalski, WJ; Bahnfelth, WP (January 2000). "UVGI Design Basics for Air and Surface Disinfection". HPAC Engineering: 100–110. Retrieved 14 October 2014. 
  • Photopia

    AutoCAD style CAD system
    &
    SOLIDWORKS add-in

    Lamp Library with over 1000 lamps

    Material library with nearly 1000 materials

    Customizable Photometric Reports

    Single Workstation License

    Shared LAN Network License

    Photopia Premium

    All features of Photopia

    +

    Refractive materials

    SVG/Vector and high resolution plot exports

    More details about all of the features of Photopia are on our general Photopia page.

    Demo

    The first step to evaluating if Photopia is a good fit for your company is to schedule an online demonstration where one of our expert optical engineers will discuss your projects and give you a walkthrough of the software. After the online demo, we're happy to provide a 1 week trial license so that you can use the software on your own projects or show it to others in your office.

    Trial Version

    After the online demo, we're happy to provide a 1 week trial license so that you can use the software on your own projects or show it to others in your office.

    Purchase

    We sell direct and through a network of international representative.

    In order to provide a quote please contact us and we'll either provide one or put you in contact with the correct representative.



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    SOLIDWORKS® is a registered trademark of Dassault Systémes SOLIDWORKS Corporation.

    LTI Optics provides Photopia, the industries leading optical design software and optical analysis software for designing and analyzing illumination optical systems. Photopia optical design software works alone or is an add-in to SOLIDWORKS, allowing full opto-mechanical integration.

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