However, due to the empirical nature of the flicker (see above), this is not a simple, linear measured value such as the voltage.
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If the standard is violated continuously, measures must be taken to stabilize the voltage (higher transformer powers, dynamic compensation systems, UPS, etc.).
For manufacturers of non-linear electrical loads, the flicker emission is standardised to PST=1 and PLT=0.65 (EN 61000-3-2). stands for the „unit of perception“ and is the maximum tolerance level for the interference sensitivity of the human eye with regards to its perception of light fluctuations.
The UMG 512 and UMG 511 are in class F1 and the UMG 605 is in class F3 for flicker meters.
However, in order to receive meaningful values, the values obtained in PST and PLT must be „graded“.Moreover, the flicker causes employees to become tired more quickly, to become irritable and to lose concentration, particularly at workstations in office buildings.The continual adjustment of the optic nerve to the changing lighting conditions causes tiredness quickly and finally transfers to the person‘s overall sensitivity.I've never played before, but I figured hey, it's free and I'm here--why not?So, we play and I end of talking to about 12 guys (I forget the exact number, but it like a lot, lol) in three minute spurts. I definitely met some characters, but that's not the crazy part.Flicker refers to the subjective impression of light density changes or an impression of unsteadiness of visual perceptions, caused by luminous stimuli with temporal fluctuations of the light density or the spectral distribution.