Tunable LED lighting technology captures the spotlight at LightFair

June 13, 2017 8:59 am

 

Smart lighting and the Internet of Things (IoT) may have been the most prevalent theme at LightFair International (LFI), but the tunable white LED technology was close behind and of course inherently requires some form of lighting controls to set color and intensity. Some of the most compelling examples of tunable solid-state lighting (SSL) came from Visa Lighting, Acuity Brands, and Philips Lighting. The tunable lighting, a form of human-centric lighting (HCL), promises to deliver enhanced well-being for humans. SSL applications varying from healthcare to educational to office settings can leverage tunable LED technology for impacts including increased worker productivity and enhanced wellbeing.

Visa Symmetry

Visa Lighting was demonstrating its Symmetry product that was first announced a few months back. The dramatic 44-in.-diameter round luminaire is a recessed product with an interesting light engine design. The LEDs are mounted around the perimeter of the luminaire and directed up into a reflecting chamber with a dome lens serving to diffuse the lighting and deliver perfect uniformity.

Acuity Mainstream Dynamic

Acuity Brands again featured its Mainstream Dynamic tunable technology at LFI this year. The company launched the product at LFI one year ago. Last year the demo was focused primarily on education. Now Acuity is promoting five different usage scenarios for products under the Mainstream Dynamic umbrella including Warm Dim, Tunable White, Architainment Color, Grayscale, and Color Accent.

Philips Lighting

Moving on to Philips Lighting, that company made a major tunable-white luminaire launch in August 2016. The systems were on display at LFI 2017.

Like Acuity, Philips is targeting education as a key market for tunable technology.

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