Dynamic lighting, also generally referred to as tunable, color-changing, and circadian, has washed over our lighting community. Many studies and early adopters have seeded the market and several lighting manufacturers now employ some level of Dynamic Lighting. This course is intended to educate by sharing the experiences of a commercial lighting manufacturer regarding Dynamic Lighting. It will explore the sources, how they work in commercial luminaires, how to control dynamic lighting, and where the lighting community is being directed by standards, regulation, and voice of the customer.
- Define elements of dynamic lighting.
- Learn the uses of dynamic lighting.
- See illustrations of how to control dynamic lighting.
- Become aware of the regulations, standards, and customer requests that are driving adoption.
H.E. Williams, Inc.
With 20 years of technical expertise in lighting applications and control strategies, Jen is a licensed professional engineer, who has worked as a project manager, sales support trainer, lighting designer and consulting engineer. For fun, Jen teaches lighting and computer courses at Park University (Parkville, MO) and runs 5K races.