Human Centric Lighting Control

Human centric lighting focuses on the health and wellbeing of those using the building to optimise comfort levels for staff and customers, to enhance performance, and to retain employees.

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The Three Functions of Light

To be human-centric, the three functions of light should be considered.


Lighting should function in a way that facilitates concentration and creativity, ensuring light levels are comfortable for the user.


Emotional lighting provides a feeling of security and comfort. It will adjust to the time of day enhancing the environment for those present in the space.


Sometimes called circadian light, biological lighting is designed to support the sleep/wake cycle of staff.

Human Centric Lighting Design

Make people feel safe by ensuring they don’t walk into dark spaces. Well-positioned sensors and standby lighting levels will allow occupants to feel secure at all times.

It can be confronting to move between areas in a building and have lighting suddenly turn on or off. Use of dimmable drivers and lighting control can ensure lighting reacts more naturally, with more gradual adjustments to required levels.

If staff are working after hours, it can be unsettling to have other areas in darkness. Lighting control can utilise features to illuminate adjacent areas at a low level or provide corridor linking to ensure safe pathways of light to exit the building.

Colour Changing

Colour Change + Multi Channel Tuneable with Colour

We can offer the ability to add full colour tuning to your building, not just tuneable white but tuneable colour!

Spectrally Tuneable

Allowing you to tune your building, changing your white colours along the black body locus to suit your requirements.

Circadian Prescriptions

Easily create a circadian prescription to change colour and intensity during the day or night. Supporting up to seven different intensity and colour changes throughout a day.