Excesivelly high illuminance values

I’m working on a definition that gives me the incident lux in the interior of al building after the façade properties have been modified based on incident radiation.

I’m getting values too high, and I don’t know if I’m doing something wrong or not.

As you can see, the façade actually filters the illuminance on the interior, but the values are over the top. (8k lux average?)
Is something wrong with the material properties? Am I using the Point-In-Time component incorrectly?

Thank you very much in advance.

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Hi @NobleSix110 ,

I am not sure what you were expecting but those illuminance values are very reasonable for areas in direct sun. Remember that outdoor illuminance can get as high as 100,000 lux at noon on a sunny day.