• Sense System

With the Dim-To-Warm technology, the colour components in the light spectrum change when dimmed. This makes it possible to create natural lighting scenes.

Undimmed, the light colour is a neutral white with about 3000 K, at reduced brightness the light is reminiscent of that of a light bulb and in the range of strong dimming, especially the blue component of the light is reduced to such an extent that the light has a warm, orange-red tone, which is about 1800 K.

LED lighting with a consistently high blue component, even when dimmed, prevents the release of the sleep hormone melatonin. This is where the decisive advantage of Dim-To-Warm lighting can be found. It imitates the characteristics of daylight. If the light is dimmed in the evening hours, the blue range of the light spectrum is significantly reduced and the natural sleep-wake rhythm of humans is supported.

The LED chip has a mixture of warm white (1800 K) and white LEDs (3000 K). The proportion of the different colour temperatures in the light changes depending on the current.