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Natural sunlight is the benchmark in the development of all illumination. In standard LED operated lamps the light spectrum is not generated ideally. In our LED bulbs and other products we have successfully improved this issue in the properties of our products substantially.
In our innovative LED bulbs special light-emitting diodes have been additionally integrated into the lamp in the crucial range (wave range 496 to 500 nm / 650 nm). By adding this important part of the light spectrum, the rod and cone cells contained in the eye are especially activated.
The sun-like light spectrum of our LED lamps and illuminants has a positive effect on people. For example, they can prevent eye fatigue, improve the ability to concentrate and thus work efficiency, and work against melancholy. There is also an improvement in vision, which is reflected in better recognition and reading of small print, among other things. The "amplification" of the colour spectrum increases colour intensity, especially in the red range, as does the recognition of dark blue / black.
Extensive research at Korean/Japanese clinics as well as empirical studies with 100 test persons and two schools with four classes and over 100 pupils in Germany confirmed these positive effects on humans.
With this technique we supply various products e.g. 9W light bulbs with E12 sockets and candle bulbs with E14 sockets. Further available are:
- 9W bulbs with E27 sockets
- Tracklights of various designs
- Spot lights for ceilings
- Panels for cassette ceilings 60x60cm or 30x120cm
- T8 tubes with splinter protection with lamps operated with KVG or EVG as retrofit for fluorescent tubes
Please request our Special catalogue on the improvement of vision.
We would like to further refer you explicitly to our "NEWS" section, where numerous articles have been published on sunlight and its effects.
Every living being in this world has adapted to the natural light of the sun. However, depending on the species, the perception of light differs, depending on the light-sensitive cells present in the retina and on the original environmental conditions.
In comparison to humans, birds possess another type of cone in addition to the red-, green- and blue-sensitive colour receptors, which enables them to see into the near ultraviolet range. From this insight, a UV component should also be considered for lighting in poultry houses. Within poultry house lighting, however, it is advisable to differentiate between turkeys and chickens, as their original environment differs considerably. While turkeys can be assumed to have steppes, forest edges and light forests as their natural habitat, the original home of chickens is tropical and subtropical forests. From this it can be concluded that the lighting requirements between turkeys and chickens also differ in terms of colour distribution and illuminance.
In cattle and dairy cows, there are comparatively only two types of cones in the retina. They therefore have a high sensitivity in the blue and green range, but can hardly perceive red colour components in the light. Since the natural environment of cattle includes mainly grasslands and forest edges, natural daylight can be taken as a yardstick. Due to the even colour distribution of the sunlight, the visible part for the cattle is also covered and an optimal perception is guaranteed.
It is known that the colour distribution of the light spectrum changes during the course of the day and influences a variety of biological rhythms in humans, such as the sleep-wake rhythm. Similar effects of light on biological factors have also been observed in animals. It is therefore advisable to adjust the lighting conditions in the stable similar to sunlight during the course of the day. This can create an almost natural atmosphere for the animals.
Lighting for protection and improvement of eyesight
(on the basis of research and development results of the company Lumigreen Ltd., Korea)
A better light changes everything
Today lighting is not just an end in itself as illumination but is also used for interior decoration, emotional relaxation and other purposes and thus helps in all aspects of our daily activities. Unfortunately we are hardly aware of the negative impact on our health and eyesight of bad lighting or too much lighting.
- Principle of lighting for the protection of eyesight
- Advantages of the new lighting for the protection of eyesight
- Patents on the lighting for the protection of eyesight
- Illumination products
(For a translation of our flyer please click on the green button below)English Translation of Flyer pdf
President of the "National Academy of Integrative Learing, Inc.", Hilton Head Island, S.C., U.S.A.
There is a wealth of research indicating that the ergonomics of an environment significantly improve or retard individual and group learning performance. These elements include light, sound enhancement, color, room design, temperature, and instructional design and energy distribution. What follows is a discussion on the element of "light" as a contributor to the enhancement of learning performance and achievement.Light: An Element in the Ergonomics of Learning - pdf