Human Centric Lighting

Human centric lighting considers the three functions of light


Functional lighting prevents user discomfort while increasing eye comfort and facilitates users activities such as concentration and creativity


Biological lighting is sometimes referred to as circadian light and is designed to support the sleep-wake cycle of people.


Emotional lighting is the process of creating an environment which people see as comfortable or safe, give the user a representation of the time of day and gives the user a good feeling.

Colour change, multi-channel tuneable with colour

With zencontrol you have the ability to add full colour tuning to your building, not just tuneable white but tuneable colour.

Spectrally tuneable

zencontrol allows you to tune your building, change your white colors along the black body locus to suit your requirements.

Circadian prescriptions

Easily create a circadian prescription to change colour and intensityduring the day or night. zencontrol supports up to seven different intensity and colour changes throughout a day.

User control

Easily add local user control to customise users comfort.

Additional techniques for a good human centric lighting design

Dark rooms

Don’t allow users to walk into dark rooms with no light. Walking into toilet or carparks without lighting can make occupants feel less safe.

Well positioned sensors and standby lighting levels can ensure occupants are not walking into dark areas

Soft dimming

User comfort is affected when they are walking into areas where lights instantly turn on or off.

The use of DALI dimmable drivers and lighting control can be used to control how the lighting reacts.

Adjacent spaces

Having unlit adjacent work areas can reduce the feeling of safety for some occupants.

Use features like corridor hold or illuminate adjacent areas to a minimum levels to increase the wellbeing of employees.