New smart LED lighting systems
For office applications, LED lighting vendors havebrought about user-friendly and user-focused systems. For instance, the desks of an office can control individual lighting, as a result, and staff member can dim individuallights up or down through a desktop or his/hersmartphones .
These desk clusters can change the lights to imitate the natural daylight. This eventually, influences the circadian rhythm of the staff members. In the evening, they can make the lights warmer, allowing the release of melatonin and preparing the body to rest. These functions are possible with the help of intelligent lighting controls and sensors, which also help to save energy.
LED technology such as cloud-based lighting opens up an array of opportunities for facility management. For instance, a hotel has numerous light points. A two-way control system can communicate withthe maintenance team if a downlight in a guest room toilet has failed, without the need to perform regular inspections.
In addition, the system cancollect information about a user’s behaviour. For instance, a corridor that dims down after 10 minutes of inactivity could ultimately be adjusted to five on the basis of the usage pattern. This means that at the end of the year, those five minutes willsymbolize hours of energy saving.
LED is about activity-based lighting, which refers to having light where it is absolutely necessary. For instance, daylight sensors help in measuring the actual daylight inside the room and then regulate the artificial light to ensure outstanding visibility.
Not only lighting systems are getting more efficient and smart, the fittings are equally smarter and efficient. Since LED is a controllable and manageable component, fittings can now adapt to severe weather conditions, and guarantees high performance.The smartlighting fittings react extremely well to diverse conditions and can withstand adjustments in intensity.