Wednesday, August 2, 2017

Dynamic white lighting mimics daylighting

With the advent of solid state lighting, often referred to as LEDs, and the digital controls that accompany it, tuning in to a specific “color” of white light is now possible.

In the past, a light source’s color was fixed based on either technology, or a mix of phosphors specific to a bulb, or lamp. Now a single light source can be tuned to output warm white light, cool white light, and anything in between. The output can be fixed for an occupant’s needs, or vary based on time of day or other schedule.

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