The use of LED devices offers functional and economic advantages.
According to research conducted by the Photonics21 platform, the use of LED technologies can increase potential energy savings by up to 50 per cent and, when combined with intelligent lighting management systems, by up to 70 per cent compared to today’s consumption.
The economic advantage lies in the consistent luminous efficiency of LED devices. With the same luminous flux and lifespan, the lumen/watt ratio results in lower energy requirements and, consequently, lower energy consumption and costs.
In this way, not only energy savings are guaranteed but also greater visibility for the working environment that effectively meets the criteria of safety, health and operability of those who occupy production environments.
This also brings benefits in terms of increased productivity. LED technology also offers advanced connectivity systems for adaptive dimming of the luminous flux in accordance with the needs of the working environment. Inadequate lighting can generate visual disturbances, feelings of fatigue and poor productivity. Yet an optimal working environment must offer the necessary visual clarity to perform tasks safely and accurately, whilst at the same time not being so bright such as to cause glare or discomfort.
The objective is clear: the adaptability of vision at the heart of applications and in all environments (industrial, urban, road). The benefits are clear – performance and visual comfort, safety, concentration and efficiency for workers in all production areas.