On June 30th, 2022 the German Institute for Standardization (DIN) will hold its 10th DIN Expert Panel „Effect of light on humans“. This year’s tenth installment of the successful international conference will assemble around 100 highly recognized lighting experts at the institute’s headquarter in Berlin. Its goal is to present and discuss scientifically proven results on the topic of non-visual effects of light on humans and to work out a sound base for current and future norms and standards on this subject.
“As a manufacturer, it is crucial for us to actively participate in standardization work”, said Dieter Lang, R&D Expert Human Centric Lighting at LEDVANCE and Chairman of the standards committee “Effect of light on humans” at DIN. “As a result, we have applied the current state of scientific knowledge and the existing norms and standards as a base for our products related to „Human Centric Lighting“ (HCL), which offer the right light at the right time for humans in their daily working and living environment.”
For professional projects and applications in workplaces, the LEDVANCE BIOLUX HCL system fulfills all standards and guidelines on good lighting for the benefit and well-being of humans.
In addition to professional applications, LEDVANCE also offers its SUN@HOME product-portfolio for end-consumers. SUN@HOME is also oriented on the high demands of HCL to achieve high quality lighting for the benefit of users and especially respecting the requirements of private consumers.
LEDVANCE is one of several well-known lighting companies to financially support the tenth DIN Expert Panel with the goal to transfer the rapidly growing scientific knowledge in this field into applicable norms and standards. These are regarded as a prerequisite for the development, supply and application of products for the topic of HCL on a wider base and for additional fields of applications.
Additional information on the professional solution BIOLUX HCL can be found here: https://www.ledvance.de/professional/produkte/produkt-stories/human-centric-lighting
Additional information on the end-consumer portfolio SUN@HOME is available here: https://www.ledvance.de/consumer/human-centric-lighting