Lighting Science, a leader in human-centric lighting solutions, has an enhanced line of biological LED products that deliver greater physiological impacts and improved energy efficiency.
The upgraded versions of the GoodDay A19, GoodNight A19, and Sleepy Baby bulbs, along with the newly introduced GoodDay T8 Linear and GoodDay LBar, have higher color rendering, and meet Energy Star standards for efficiency. In addition, they deliver enhanced biological effects such as increased productivity, performance and rejuvenation using proprietary spectrum technology.
Lighting Science’s team of experts, who first brought circadian lighting to the International Space Station, have been at the forefront of the science of sleep for 30 years. “LED lighting technology is always evolving,” said Khim Lee, President of Lighting Science. “At Lighting Science, we are committed to creating thoughtful, top-performing human-centric products. We bring together the best of biological lighting technology with the energy efficiency of LEDs to create compelling yet simple solutions for a healthy environment.”
The GoodDay lamps are currently implemented in schools, homes and offices around the USA. Now, with the launch of the GoodDay LBar and GoodDay T8, Lighting Science will expand its reach into commercial spaces such as corporate offices, gyms and hospitals.
Lighting Science says the coming months will see the addition of a desktop consumer light with both GoodDay and GoodNight spectrums, as well as GoodDay/GoodNight tunable troffers and downlights for both home and commercial use.
“This science has been around for a while, and now the public is interested in implementing these developments as part of an overall healthy lifestyle,” says Fred Maxik, Founder and Chief Technology Officer of Lighting Science.
Lighting Science has won numerous awards, holds more than 400 patents to date, and is experimenting with new uses for LEDs ranging from air purification to enhancing vision.