The LD Calculator is a small application dedicated to people
who work in the lighting industry.
It provide an array of tools to calculate an automated various daily task such as
DMX addresses, current load, photometric and a lot more.
Click here to download LD Calculator Lite 1.02 build 1 for Windows
For those who wonder if there's a version for MAC, iPhone, Blackberry etc... I'm sorry, but I
don't have it...and currently I have no plan to do so... (not enough time.,..:-(
Note: If you have a previous version of the LD Calculator, this new version 1.xx is not compatible with previous
version 0.xx, so install it in a different folder.
1.02 build 1 |
Size: 2 Mb
Platform: Windows 95/98/ME/2000/XP/Vista
Release Date: August 10
By :Paul Pelletier
LD Calculator Lite Version 1.02 build 1
Version 1.02 build 1
-Correction of the total neutral load in the Phase load list and Phase Load module.
Thanks to Tomy Neumann
for the formula
-A right on a module icon on the Main toolbar will reactive a module when minimized.
Print layout has been reformatted to give more room to the description field.
-Preference window should open without
Known Bug: If the default printer is not a standard local printer, the application can generate
when printing. The solution is to configure and set as default a normal LPT printer.
Version 1.01 build 1
-When changing values of fields having a suffix like W for watts or V for Volts...
suffix disappears as you type the new value and reappear when leaving the field.
-Windows now resize properly under WinXP
-Many new fixtures added to the library
-Add mF Min / Max
Lumen Min / Max
-Distance calculation now work as intended (Percentage field).
Electrical Load List
-It's now possible to edit multiple entries at the same time
modifying a record, the index won't jump to the first record after editing.
-On the three-phase print layout the total
of each phase is now display on the footer.
Weight Load List
-Add Weight in Lbs to the source
-When adding multiple fixtures, the Fixture ID, Start address and port
will be set according to last time you use the Add Multiple function.
-Add new field Magnification mf Max so it's now possible to have both Magnifying of Beam Max and Beam Min
fields are now calculated automatically as the Beam angle values are entered.
-Add New field Lumens Min so it's now possible
to have both Lumens Max and Lumens Min