DOE Study Examines Performance and Reliability of Sensors Used in Tunable Lighting Systems - Energy Watch News


DOE Study Examines Performance and Reliability of Sensors Used in Tunable Lighting Systems

The U.S. Department of Energy has released a report on the initial performance and reliability of chromaticity sensors used for tunable LED lighting systems. The performance of LED lighting is known to change over time because of lumen depreciation, shifts in chromaticity coordinates, and changes in the drivers. Sensor-driven lighting systems can compensate for these aging-related changes by adjusting the amount of light and color quality to maintain a consistent lighting environment. They can also adjust to changes brought on by daylighting in the space. However, the impacts of changes in the control sensors over time on the reliability of tunable LED systems has not previously been examined. DOE Study Examines Performance and Reliability of Sensors Used in Tunable Lighting Systems | Department of Energy

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