Lighting is in tune with Circadian Rhythms

Whatever the time of day, Riegens Lighting’s Cirrus C range of luminaires provides lighting attuned to Circadian Rhythms.
The Cirrus KC range of direct/indirect suspended luminaires from Riegens Lighting combines a specially developed optical system with very slim panels to offer decoration and illumination. The development of this range is based on research into Circadian Rhythms, signals that body clocks produce to indicate when to be active and when to sleep. The optical system uses micro-prism panels, special back reflectors and diffuser films, combined with a DALI-compatible lighting-control system to vary the colour temperature between 2700 and 6500 to change the appearance of the light with the time of day. The standard luminaire includes an IR unit to enable simple control in individual offices. DALI-compatible lighting-control enables all luminaires in an open-plan office to be controlled together.
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