The new bulbs emit a blue-free spectrum, said to reduce melanopic lumens by about 40% compared to conventional LEDs, without suffering from the yellow cast of other sleep-friendly LEDs. Used in conjunction with Soraa’s violet LEDs, the Soraa Healthy products combine an engineered mix of green and red phosphors to produce a spectrum with a wide gap in the blue range, removing blue completely while retaining a high quality of light, resulting in vibrant, natural white light and color rendering.
“We know blue radiation wakes you up in the morning, getting you ready for the day, but it can be problematic at night as it interferes with our circadian rhythms and inhibits sleep—a common side effect of too much artificial blue light exposure,” said Soraa Chief Scientist Aurelien David, PhD.
“At Soraa, we believe light has a strong impact on our everyday life, and we cannot compromise the quality of light,” David said. “We developed blue-free products to provide a light source that is healthy at night and respectful of your sleep cycle without sacrificing color quality.”
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