Provider of optical engineering services, Breault Research Organization (BRO) announced that it has introduced a new version of the Advanced Systems Analysis Program (ASAP) optical design software.
The ASAP 2010 V1R1 software incorporates an updated CAD interoperability, biaxial birefringence modeling, improvements to the REMOTE and BRO Digitizer features, and additional library resources. The new version also supports the export and import of new photometric data formats.
The ASAP 2010 V1R1 optical design software includes more than 40 new model additions that include Bridgelux, Philips, OSRAM, and Luxeon sources. It also features various scatter model library additions, such as Tenibac, MoldTech, and Alanod MIRO. The ASAP 2010 V1R1 has an improved BRO Digitizer that automatically finds the data curves present in a graph. Its improved REMOTE feature allows enhanced file handling.
The software’s photometric data transfer enables exporting and importing of files in the IES LM-63-02 and EULUMDAT photometric data formats. Dr. Kyle Ferrio, BRO’s Vice President of Software Development stated that the latest version of the ASAP optical design software offers customer-requested devices to improve productivity.