Tunable white LED lighting can offer energy savings

April 23, 2020

Tunable white LED lighting can help building owners and facility managers looking not only to minimize energy consumption but also optimize the utility of their lighting systems, according to an article from Building Operating Management on the FacilitiesNet website.

 This flexible approach to lighting can make a real difference in visual perception of people, objects, finishes and spaces.

Tunable white lighting can be adjusted in terms of both intensity (light output) and color appearance (think warm morning to cool afternoon) white light output.

 This enables both light level and shade of white light to be changed manually or dynamically for function, mood or preference. Applications include circadian-friendly lighting, activity signaling in classrooms, adapting the lighting to properly visually render a fresh interior design, calibrating color across spaces, blending electric light and daylighting, and more.

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