Even though MicroShade® is integrated into the glazing it should not be considered a glass product, but rather a solar shading product, as it is angle dependent, meaning that the performance varies with the position of the sun.
In the figure below, the angle dependent transmission, reflection and absorptance of a 3-layer MicroShade® glazing is shown. MicroShade® is angle dependent in the common solar elevation range, from 0° and up to e.g. 54° in Oslo or 65° in Stuttgart.
Due to the angular dependency, it is not representative to describe the performance with g0-value and LT0 (perpendicular to the glazing), as it is otherwise common for glass products. Instead it is necessary to use the effective g-value for thermal performance and spatial daylight autonomy (sDA) for daylight performance.
If you want to know more about the angle dependent performance of MicroShade® and other glass and solar shading products you can read more here.