Human Centric Lighting is a planning attitude. It places people, their needs and activities at the centre of lighting design. This means that light is deliberately used only where human perception requires it. A key element of sustainable lighting.
How much light actually reaches the area relevant for human perception (lx/W)? Illuminance is the indicator for sustainable lighting. ERCO spotlights set the standard here.
Large-format luminaires offer hardly any alternatives to the grid arrangement, the lighting design has no reference to the user's visual task. The low-contrast spatial impression appears dull and tiring. A high energy requirement is needed because the light utilisation is designed for the maximum lighting level.
Zonal lighting tailored to user needs and architectural effect. Vertical illumination improves spatial perception and provides balanced contrast ratios to the horizontal workstation lighting. Despite a low connected load, a bright impression of the room is created.
ERCO spotlights are maximally effective thanks to dedicated lighting technology. Parscan InTrack spotlights deliver up to 50% more light to the target area than other spotlights with comparable connected load. The best prerequisite for sustainable lighting.