Casambi and Seoul Semiconductor strike partnership on human-centric lighting: Page 2 of 2

September 06, 2019 //By Julien Happich
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Casambi announced it has teamed up with LED specialist Seoul Semiconductor to provide lighting designers with precision control of LED lights that match the spectrum of sunlight.

Another study by scientists at the University of Basel in Switzerland found that LED lights with a spectrum close to sunlight could have a very different effect on human circadian rhythms to conventional LEDs, with beneficial effects on health and wellbeing. Professor Christian Cajochen and his team found that people who spent time under LED lights with a spectrum close to sunlight were more comfortable, more alert, had better moods and slept better, compared to those who spent time under conventional LED lights.

Together, Casambi and Seoul Semiconductor now provide lighting designers the lighting community with all the tools needed to puts this science into practice and create truly human-centric solutions. Designers Users can use Casambi’s Bluetooth-based wireless control system and app with products containing SunLike Series LEDs to precisely adjust the level of light, in the knowledge that the spectrum reflects real sunlight.

Casambi allows lights to be controlled by a timer, or by a huge variety of presence/motion sensors and ambient daylight detection sensors. It can control luminaires that shift in colour temperature over a very wide range, and designers have the freedom to configure dimming, and create scenes or animations to suit the particular application.

Casambi - www.casambi.com

Seoul Semiconductor - www.seoulsemicon.com

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