In the last white paper, the concept of dynamic lighting was introduced, and four key criteria that a truly dynamic solution needs to meet were identified:
- Output intensity that can be changed effortlessly;
- Light spectrum that can be modified and tailored endlessly;
- Programmable and reprogrammable lighting scenarios;
- Responsiveness to ambient light.
With these criteria in mind, some of the benefits of dynamic lighting were described – one of which was improved energy efficiency. In this white paper, the topic of energy efficiency will be discussed in greater detail by considering how a truly dynamic lighting solution can apply for spectral compensation, in addition to intensity regulation, to preserve energy in a greenhouse.
Sollum’s most recent white paper focuses on the improved energy efficiency related to dynamic lighting. It explains further how a truly dynamic lighting solution can apply for spectral compensation, in addition to intensity regulation, to preserve energy in a greenhouse.
Read the new white paper here.
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