Human-centric LEDs help energize or relax: Page 2 of 2

March 12, 2020 //By Julien Happich
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Samsung Electronics has released its first “human-centric” LED packages, LM302N, engineered with carefully created light spectra to help human bodies adjust melatonin levels indoors, making people feel more energetic or relaxed depending on their daily life patterns.

The LM302N DAY can suppress the body’s melatonin level more than 18 percent below that of conventional LED lighting, the company claims. Available in a variety of colour temperatures from 3000K to 6500K, the DAY package can be used in a diverse range of indoor applications, such as schools, offices, libraries and industrial sites, to enhance an individual’s sense of awakeness and energy level.

The LM302N NITE can provide a proper level of brightness without hindering the release of melatonin, helping people to maintain the hormone level as if they were in a calm natural atmosphere at night. The body releases about five percent more melatonin under lights with the LM302N NITE packages than conventional LED packages, increasing relaxation, says the manufacturer. By comparison, spending a lot of time under conventional night time lighting can cause excessive alertness that makes it harder to fall asleep. Additionally, the LM302N NITE is offered in colour temperatures between 1800K and 4000K.

The DAY and NITE packages can also be combined into a single luminaire to help people maintain their natural circadian rhythm 24 hours a day. This duo-lighting option is optimal for those who spend most of their time indoors and struggle with confused body clocks.

Samsung – www.samsung.com

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