goLITE BLU Energy light

goLITE BLU Energy light

Intense blue light, Corded, as effective as 10, 000 lux HF3422/60

Frequently Asked Questions

What differs between photopic and scotopic lux?

Photopic lux describes an average response
of the three color vision receptors, (cones), and it has been used for years to describe light therapy devices.

Photopic lux

A candle at 1 meter distance gives 1 photopic lux
of light. Typical room illumination is in the order of 300-500 lux, whereas outdoor light varies from 1500 lux on a cloudy day to 100000 lux on a sunny day.

Scotopic lux

Under dark conditions of far below 1 lux, we cannot see colors but are still able to distinguish objects thanks to rod receptors. Under such conditions, it makes sense to use scotopic lux, which is the measure for the response of rod receptors. Scotopic lux is not relevant for bright light conditions, such as the ones that exist when the EnergyLight is used.

The information on this page applies to the following models: HF3422/60 , HF3431/60 , HF3321/60 , HF3332/60 , HF3329/60 . more less

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