lighting. Friday , August 11th , 2017 - 07:38:57 AM
Most sellers of full spectrum lighting mention that it is like sunlight. This claim is both true and not quite accurate. Sunlight does contain waves of graduated lengths across a wide spectrum. Conventional lighting provides light with peaks and valleys across the spectrum, making it difficult to accurately judge color and giving the distinct impression of being artificial, or different than sunlight. Some frequencies may be entirely missing from conventional electric light sources. The properties of sunlight vary, however, with atmospheric conditions. So the sunlight people compare full spectrum lighting to contains a great deal of variation from time to time and place to place. The artist's desire for light at particular times and locations is not unfounded.
Note, please, that if some folks weren't interested in these surface areas, the big players in windows wouldn't work it out in print. This custom home designer's interested.
In the midst of a discussion about making your home more energy efficient by sealing the building envelope, upgrading to a renewable energy heating/cooling system, putting on a highly-reflective insulated metal roof, and adding insulation, many people ask, "Does energy-efficient lighting really matter?" The short answer is "Yes!"
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