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BlueMax™ HD Lighting Explained
Bad lighting commonly called light pollution causes a wide variety work related and health problems. BlueMax™ along with the help of scientist has made significant advancements in lighting technology that can help.
BlueMax™ - Scotopic Benefits of HD Light
There has been a considerable amount research and efforts going into examining how the spectrum of light sources can affect vision. Scotopically enhanced light sources or light sources that are biased towards the blue have the potential to enhance vision in both working environments, offices, homes, and also for exterior lighting.
According to the National Institute of Health, more than 35,000,000 Americans suffer from Seasonal Affective Disorder. The longer nights, especially when we switch from Daylight Saving Time back to Standard, and lack of sunlight affect our circadian rhythms, interrupt our sleep cycles, and case fatigue and winter depression.
For more energizing light, use a dawn-mimicking alarm clock. The BlueMax™ Sunrise Simulator has low energy light-emitting diode (LED) bulbs, which are programmed to grow progressively brighter as your wake time nears.
The lack of sunlight can cause winter blahs or seasonal affective disorder, when blahs turn to depression. Doctors often recommend therapeutic lights that simulate sunshine and relieve SAD. BlueMax™ makes an assortment of imitation sunlight lamps and bulbs.
Full Spectrum Solutions introduces its BlueMax™ 70W Desk Lamps. The high definition bulb is as bright as a 300W halogen and lasts as much as 10 times longer than standard bulbs. The BlueMax's unique 6 phosphor blend produces a bright lighting environment where details can be seen more clearly and colors more accurately.
A-21 Traditional CFL by BlueMax™ (Daylight A Series), 20-watt (70- to 85-watt incandescent equivalent). When you want cool light akin to midday sun, this full-spectrum model offers a long-lasting option that enhances the blues, greens, and violets in your home. The conventional A-line shape lends itself to lamp shades, which also soften the bright-white glow. $20, Bluemax™.
Energy Star-approved BlueMax™ Compact Fluorescent Light (CFL) bulbs utilize 6 phosphor blend to produce high definition (HD) light that simulates sunlight with 94+ CRI and 5,900 Kelvin. With lifetimes rated at 10,000 hr each, full spectrum lighting solutions range in styles and wattage from traditional 14W spiral to 26W flood.
Studies at the National Institutes of Health show that 20 minutes of exposure to sunlight for two consecutive mornings can restore proper melatonin production. But since it's not always possible to get sunshine during winter, consider installing a BlueMax™ full-spectrum bulb in at least one of your home's lighting fixtures.
The Berkeley Lamp II is engineered as two lamps in one. Its patented lighting system with independent bulbs allows for upward, downward or combined lighting. It is both task and ambient lighting, cutting energy use by up to 75 percent.
Touted as "two lamps in one," the Energy Star-approved Berkeley II lamp from Full Spectrum Solutions provides dimmable fluorescent task and ambient lighting. The contemporary steel design has a 120-volt power supply outlet on its base, useful for plugging in a laptop computer or recharging a cell phone.
The BlueMax™ F54-T5/T6 bulbs are 47 inches long by 0.75 inches in diameter and will provide 5200 lumen for up to 20,000 hours. each bay fixture houses four tubes, but the reflective backing triples the effect.