Tunable LED luminaires will mimic natural changes in sunlight patterns

By Healthcare Facilities Today
April 24, 2013

In Fall 2013, Acuity Brands will introduce tunable LED luminaires that interface with lighting controls to better mimic natural sunlight.

Available in the Gotham EVO LED downlights and Mark Architectural Lighting Veil luminaires, the white light engines can go from warm to cool white color temperatures in varying hues.

EVO downlights will be available in 4- and 6-inch round and square apertures. Veil luminaires feature a flexible translucent PVC membrane that softly scatters light and controls glare. Both use DMX and remote device management protocols to interface with controls.

For more information, go to www.acuitybrands.com.

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