Adequate and appropriate exposure to light is critical for the health of patients in healthcare settings. Upgrading the lighting conditions in patient rooms and other areas can significantly improve the psychological and physiological well-being of patients and staff alike.
Light—both natural and artificial—impacts many health outcomes among patients and staff in hospitals such as recovery time, sleep, circadian rest-activity rhythms, as well as length of stay in the hospital. There is strong evidence that artificial light in the range of 2,500 lux to 10,000 lux contributes to a reduction in dementia and depression, as well as easing pain and reducing agitation.
Easy to install
Our LED panels come in standard sizes that can be fitted into any typ of celling with minimal wiring required.
Virtually no maintenance required
Cut costs by eliminating the need for regular maintenance; LED Skylights do not require any servicing for the duration of their lifetime.
LED Skylights have a lifetime of 50,000 hours, and there are options to further extend this period (contact us for more details).
Fully compatible with the Digital
Addressable Lighting Interface (DALI).
Up to 64 LED panels can be