Healthcare Application guide - Philips Lighting

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Healthcare Application guide - Philips Lighting

Designing people-centric hospitals

using Philips lighting solutions

Inspiration for healthcare environments


Contents

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Application areas

Helping you balance quality of care with cost-efficiency

Be ready for the patients of tomorrow

Creating a true healing environment

See what light can do for your staff and patients

Application areas

See what more light can do

What if light could...

Top tips for specifying LEDs

Luminous textile

An intelligent approach to lighting – using controls

12 Façades

16 Reception

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22 Corridors 28 Waiting rooms 34 Examination rooms 38 Imaging rooms 42 Patient rooms 48 Hospital offices

14 Range overview 18 Standard (4m height) 24 Standard (hospitality) 30 Standard (Small)

36 Standard

40 Ambient Experience

19 Advanced (4m height) 25 Advanced (hospitality) 31 Advanced (Small)

37 Advanced

20 Advanced (6m height) 26 Standard (medical) 32 Standard (medium)

27 Advanced (medical) 33 Advanced (medium)

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44 Standard

46 Advanced (HealWell)

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/ nurse stations

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50 Office Standard

51 Office Advanced

52 Nurse station Standard

53 Nurse station Advanced

56 Outdoor areas

/ parking

58 Outdoor parking

59 Indoor parking


Helping you balance quality

of care with cost-efficiency

Our world is continuously changing. The number of people globally

requiring healthcare continues to grow – and healthcare as a sector

needs to change and adapt.

Understanding the challenges

The challenges are significant. Controlling

costs and improving operational efficiency

are essential – to maintain both access

to healthcare and the level of care that is

required. Patients expect more and with

hospitals increasingly adopting a patientcentric

model, it’s important to have

partners who understand this and can

work with you to fulfil your specific needs.

How lighting can help

Lighting can play an important part in

reducing cost and carbon emissions, while

at the same time improving both patient

and staff experience. Modern lighting

solutions reduce costs by saving energy

without compromising comfort and light

quality, thus enhancing your care environment

and the reputation of your hospital. State ofthe-art

LED technology and control systems

can also reduce installation and ongoing

maintenance costs.

It will be a challenge to balance

quality of care with greater speed and

efficiency enabled by technology.”

Hospital marketing manager, the Netherlands

Sustainability is key

Hospitals typically consume twice the energy

per square metre compared to commercial

office buildings. As a result, sustainable

procurement criteria and ‘green’ building

certifications for hospitals are emerging.

Philips Lighting can help you to meet

these, while also meeting patient and staff

needs – by creating sustainable solutions

for environments that support everyone’s

wellbeing and performance.

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Be ready for the

patients of tomorrow

With increased access to healthcare

information, patients are becoming increasingly

demanding. They can opt for more economical

healthcare options abroad, and ‘five star

healthcare holidays’ are becoming a reality.

Patients expect more from treatment and

they also demand a better experience in

their healthcare environment.

How lighting can improve patient experience

Light has an amazing effect on people –

visually, biologically and emotionally. Used

effectively in healthcare facilities it can enhance

the patients’ experience and play a key role in

promoting the wellbeing of patients.

You see super-specialisation

of hospitals, meaning that rare

treatments will only be possible in

specific, specialised hospitals. This

may change the patient population.”

Nurse practitioner

Our people-centric lighting solutions can

really make a difference – creating an

enhanced healing environment, that combines

effective, functional light with a more

pleasant ambience. Light becomes of special

importance for people who may need to be

indoors for long periods of time, either in

hospitals or care homes.

Improved staff wellbeing through

better lighting

We are facing a growing global deficit of

healthcare professionals, so the need to

create pleasant and efficient working

environments for healthcare professionals

is essential, especially for staff who may

work for long periods without access to

natural daylight. Lighting solutions that mimic

the effect of daylight are effective and proven

ways to increase feelings of wellbeing amongst

employees, improving efficiency and helping

with staff retention.

Today’s consumers of healthcare are well informed and expect better

choices. They want hospitals to be welcoming and efficient places to

go for treatment. They expect to be offered customised care and high

levels of service.

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Creating a true

healing environment

Concepts like Healing Environment and Planetree have influenced

ways of working in care facilities, based around a ‘patient-centric’

model. Design, lighting, styling, sound, air quality and materials all

contribute to the atmosphere in a hospital – which directly relates to

the way patients, visitors and staff feel when they are in the building.

The natural power of light

Recent research has shown that light can

have many beneficial effects in healing

environments. Not only does it improve the

ambience in patient rooms, but also their

satisfaction and wellbeing.

I am involved in quality

improvement; researching, reading up

on and stimulating new developments.

In this we generate best practices

which go beyond protocol.”

Nurse practitioner

Experience solutions

Philips has developed solutions that address

people’s visual, emotional and biological

responses to light. HealWell for instance is the

world’s first total lighting concept for patient

rooms. Developed by Philips Lighting, it is a

unique solution that is designed to support

the healing environment, by improving sleep

duration, mood and satisfaction of patients, as

well as the overall hospital experience.

The importance of replacing lost daylight

We typically spend between 50-80% of our

time in an indoor environment, whether at

home, school, office, or in a hospital. Light is

an essential element in creating good healing

environments. It can improve our mood,

concentration, relaxedness, alertness and

sleep. Scientific studies have shown that the

light levels required to support our biological

clock are much higher than we normally get in

an indoor environment, even in spaces where

there are windows. Using modern, sustainable

lighting solutions to recreate the beneficial

effects of daylight helps both staff and patients

alike to function as they should, naturally.

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See what light can do

for your staff and patients

By combining state-of-the-art technology with

our people-centric approach, we can balance

everyone’s lighting needs and transform the

entire hospital experience for patients and

healthcare professionals. Hospital life can truly

be transformed by the power of light.

I am very interested in light, colours,

aromas and other elements that can

influence the way patients feel and

respond in the hospital. Although

surgeons tend to be sceptical, I am

convinced that my department is

ready for this kind of thinking.”

Nurse practitioner

People-centric, flexible solutions

The lighting needs of patients and medical

professionals are very different. The

customisation possible with modern lighting

helps provide an optimal lighting solution

for each audience. For a patient that means

creating a calm and relaxing atmosphere

that they can personalise to suit their mood.

By contrast, in examination environments

the lighting should be bright and functional,

supporting diagnosis and helping

professionals to perform more effectively.

Philips GreenEvolution

We can help you reach sustainability targets

by creating options for minimising energy use

and carbon emissions. In our GreenEvolution

approach we jointly assess the current

situation in your hospital and subsequently

propose solution scenarios using state-of-theart

lighting technology. Scenarios include relamping,

hole-for-hole luminaire replacement,

addition of lighting controls, adaptation of

existing luminaires and/or optimisation of the

existing lighting design. We take ownership

in optimising the return on investment for

your facility, with options on performance

contracting and turn-key services, that can

lead to energy use and cost reductions of up

to 80% per year. Each GreenEvolution project

consists of a customised package of products

and services, built specifically around individual

customer requirements and objectives.

Our solutions based approach

We’re also aware that adopting today’s

innovative, networked solutions can seem

somewhat challenging to hospitals and

other care facilities. Philips Lighting supports

healthcare customers in this process by

removing all complexity. We can implement

comprehensive lighting solutions for you,

delivering not only state-of-the-art products,

but also installation, project management and

maintenance services. When partnering with

Philips Lighting, you’re assured of acquiring

high-quality, high-impact lighting solutions that

lead to truly enhanced healing environments

with a minimum of hassle and risk.

Solutions overview

Lighting solutions can add value in many

different ways throughout your hospital. In

patient rooms and public areas, indoors and

outdoors. Over the following pages you

will find examples for ten typical areas of a

hospital. The product examples shown are

only a small selection of what is available. We

aim to work with our customers as a lighting

partner, to help create customised solutions

that meet the needs of their individual

application environments.

There are many business challenges facing hospital management.

Healthcare environments need to focus on the physical and

emotional comfort of patients, staff wellbeing and motivation

and visitor experience.

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Your building, your vision

Façades

Factors like service, atmosphere and accessibility play an increasingly

important role, but also the general image and reputation of a

healthcare facility. You can make your mark with the look and feel

of a building that you design, and create an architectural icon.

LED lighting offers unprecedented design

freedom in terms of colour, dynamics,

miniaturisation, architectural integration and

energy efficiency – opening up new possibilities

in brand building and ambience creation,

for instance by dynamically changing the lighting,

using various highlighting and colour effects.

Architectural outdoor lighting can effectively

turn your building into a prominent landmark,

a living symbol of care and hospitality.

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Graze

LED Strip II

Flood

Color/eW/iW Burst PC

Direct view

iColor/eW Flex

Others

C-Splash 2 (Underwater)

Alternatives: Amphilux

Controls

Color/eW/iW Graze PC

Color/eW Blast PC

iColor / eW Accent MX ArchiPoint iColor

PROflood (GOBO projection)

Alternative: UrbanScene

LEDline2 Recessed

Alternative: Vaya linear

Color/ eW/iW Reach PC

Efix decorative

ColorDial Pro iColorKeypad iColor Player iPlayer 3


A warm welcome

Entrance and shops

First impressions count. Here’s the perfect opportunity to create a great

first impression with a welcoming ambience. Attractive lighting in the

entrance area can make a hospital more inviting.

A harmonious lighting atmosphere makes

people less apprehensive, inspires confidence

and makes the surroundings appear friendlier.

What’s more, patients and visitors are less

likely to feel intimidated if they can find their

way around easily, this is where lighting can

support guidance and orientation.

Entrance halls generally consist of four

distinct zones – the entrance area, the

reception desk, the waiting area and the

area that leads people into the rest of the

building. The entrance hall almost always

connects to a restaurant and a shop.

The reception desk also needs to be the ‘eye

catcher’ in the space, so that visitors will be

drawn to it straight away.

Combining functionality and decorative

aspects, solutions could include local task

lighting for desk work and more creative

light settings using slow dynamics and

soft colours, to provide a harmonious

lighting atmosphere that makes people less

apprehensive, inspires confidence and makes

the surroundings appear friendlier.

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CoreView C

Reception Standard (single height 4 meters) Reception Advanced (single height 4 meters)

Our Standard solution uses fixed and adjustable downlighting in combination with accent lighting to illuminate the back wall, and suspended

luminaires above the counter. In areas of daylight, daylight regulation can be used to take away the surplus artificial light in the product area by

using a daylight sensor.

Plan view

8500

luxspace HE

Lumistone

ColorFuse PC

Unique 1 micro

ColorFuse PC

Arano wall mouted

21250

luxspace HE

DuraCare LED

21250

StyliD Compact

luxspace HE

DuraCare LED Savio Dynamic light

Luminaires used

Unique 1 micro

All dimensions in millimetres Luminaires used

Adante LED diffuse

Unique 1 micro

Lumistone

All dimensions in millimetres

Multi-purpose sensor

StyliD Compact

DuraCare LED

Arano wall mouted

DaySign Pendant single

Luminous Textile

Savio Dynamic light iColor Tile MX

luxspace HE

StyliD Compact

Adante LED diffuse

Savio Dynamic light

iColor Tile MX

LuxSpace HE

General lighting

Unique 1 micro

UnicOne Micro

Suspended above the counter

StyliD Compact

Lumistone

Accent lighting backwall

Unique 1 micro

Adante LED diffuse

Wall mounted

• Energy savings of up to 65% compared • Part of an unique fully configurable • Freedom and

Adante LED diffuse iColor flexibility, Tile MX

with conventional CFL downlights collection for complete lighting designs wide range of exchangeable parts

• Specification-grade visual StyliD comfort, Compact•

Subtle Micro version for excellent • Quality of light – colour ColorFuse consistency PC

• Lumen packages for both 500 and

300 lux environments

• Dedicated StyliD MLO optic Compact design

performance and colour consistency decorative applications

through optic technology

• Special patented light-mixing chamber

• Flexible solution

• State-of-the-art gear as well as High

Lumistone

Alternatives:

Brightness LED and MASTERColour

StyliD fixed recessed, Fugato,

Mini lamps help save energy

Adante LED diffuse

GreenSpace

Alternatives:

• Outstanding efficacy

Alternatives:

TurnRound, StoreFlux

• Round housing available for plaster

ceiling applications

Alternatives:

Adante LED diffuse

Gondola, UnicOne, Rotaris, Efix,

Rotaris, DaySign pendant

Circle Light

Lumistone

Luminous Textile

ColorFuse PC

luxspace HE

Lumistone

DuraCare LED

Luminous Textile

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MiniFlux

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Pac

eW Cove QLX

Lu

2400

Fural LED

Cit

MiniFlux

DaySign Pendant single

Arano wall mouted

Lum

ColorFuse PC

Lumistone

Adante LED diffuse

StyliD Compact

iCol

Unique 1 micro

Sa

D

Our Advanced solution uses fixed and adjustable downlights, plus inspirational, ‘statement’ luminaires both for general lighting and over the reception

desk for extra effect. Through the use of both direct and indirect lighting, in combination with the colour changing wall grazing products, the space

is not only made more welcoming and spacious, but also a lighting system enabling advanced colour mixing is established, which offers increased

flexibility and the ability to enhance reception spaces with branding colours using scene setting.

Plan view

2400 3200

8500

3000

luxspace HE

Unique 1 micro

eW Luminous Cove QLX Textile Please see pages 72-73

luxspace HE

ColorFuse PC

DuraCare LED

Savio Dynamic light

iColor Tile MX

luxspace HE

StyliD Compact

DaySign Pendant single

LumiMotion

luxspace HE

ColorFuse PC

DuraCare LED

Luminous Textile

Unique 1 micro

StyliD Compact

D

Adante LED diffuse

ColorFuse PC

Savio Dynamic light

Unique 1 micro

Adante LED diffuse

Luminous Textile

Savio Dynamic light

LumiStone

LuxSpace HE

StyliD

ColorFuse PC

General lighting

Entrance

Accent lighting backwall Lumistone Alcove / Grazing light Arano wall mouted

• Creates a truly inspiring environment • Energy savings of up to 65% compared • Freedom and flexibility – wide range

iColor Tile MX

with appealing design and indirect with conventional CFL downlights of exchangeable parts

Arano wall mouted

lighting

• Specification-grade visual StyliD comfort, Compact • Quality of light – colour ColorFuse consistency PC

• Advanced iColor colour mixing Tile MX and superior

colour consistency

• Light output of 380 lumens per fixture

• Over 50% energy savings compared to performance and colour consistency through optic technology

• Rotation in 10º increments through full

a functional luminaire, and even more • Flexible solution

• Outstanding efficacy

180º for precise aiming and colour mixing

Luminous Textile

DaySign Pendant Lums

compared to decorative solutions Alternatives:

Alternatives:

• Works with complete Philips line of

• Many variations thanks to innovative

DaySign Pendant StyliD single fixed recessed, Adante Fugato,GreenSpace LED diffuse TurnRound, StoreFlux

controllers, and third-party DMX controllers

mounting options

• Integrated Powercore technology and

Alternatives:

Philips Data Enabler Pro MiniFlux

DayWave, CoreView Panel,

• 1200 mm version for more versatile

MiniFlux

SmartForm LED, Savio, Celino, Rotaris

specification and easier installation;

Lumistone

Arano wall mouted

interchangeable with 300 mm version

Fural LED

Fural LED

CitySoul LED

Alternatives:

• iColour Graze, Efix, Circle Light

1200

eW Cove QLX

Sa

iCol


Reception Advanced (double height 6 meters) Ground floor Mezzanine floor

Our Advanced double height solution creates a welcoming ambience. It features pendant luminaires suspended above the counter, wall mounted

luminaires with direct or indirect light distribution, coloured cove lighting around the wooden wall panel to create a cosy ambience, downlights

under the mezzanine floor, accent lighting to illuminate the backwall underneath it and general lighting in the main ceiling.

luxspace HE

DuraCare LED

Plan view Plan view

8500

Unique 1 micro

StyliD Compact

Adante LED diffuse

Lumistone

ColorFuse PC

Arano wall mouted

MiniFlux

DuraCare LED

luxspace HE

luxspace HE

Savio Dynamic light

iColor Tile MX

Unique 1 micro

StyliD Compact

Adante LED diffuse

Lumistone

Luminous Textile

ColorFuse PC

DuraCare LED

DuraCare LED

Savio Dynamic light

iColor Tile MX

luxspace HE

Unique 1 micro

StyliD Compact

Adante LED diffuse

Luminous Textile Lumistone

ColorFuse PC

Arano wall mouted

DuraCare LED

DuraCare LED

Savio Dynamic light

Savio Dynamic light

Luminous Textile

Arano wall mouted

Lumistone

Unique 1 micro

Luminaires used

DaySign Pendant single

All dimensions in millimetres

StyliD Compact

21250

2400

iColor Tile MX

DaySign Pendant single

luxspace HE

Fural LED

Savio Dynamic light

Adante LED diffuse

CitySoul LED

MiniFlux

Arano wall mouted

DaySign Pendant Savio Dynamic single light

Unique 1 micro

DaySign Pendant single

MiniFlux HP RGB eW Cove QLX StyliD

Lumistone

Cove lighting around wall panels Accent lighting backwall

DaySign Pendant

LuxSpace HE

LumiMotion

Suspended above the counterFural

LED General lighting

Arano

CitySoul LED

Wall mounted

MiniFlux DayZone Round

General lightingMiniFlux

ToBeTouched

User interface

• Modular LED system for interior/ • Freedom and flexibility

• Thinnest LED source in relation • Energy savings of up to 65% compared

iColor Tile MX

outdoor use

wide range of exchangeable parts to its lumen output

with conventional CFL downlights

• Aluminum profile

• Quality of light – colour ColorFuse consistency PC • Accent and general lighting Pacific in LED • Specification-grade visual StyliD comfort, Compact

• Clear polycarbonate diffuser Multi-purpose through sensor optic technology

one package eW Cove QLX performance and colour consistency

• Transparent polycarbonate brackets • Outstanding efficacy

• Integrated LED solution enabling • Flexible solution

Luminous Textile

for fixation

Alternatives:

tunable lighting in the future

Alternatives:

Alternatives:

TurnRound, StoreFlux

• Suitable for replacing conventional StyliD fixed recessed, Fugato, Adante GreenSpace LED diffuse

StyliD fixed recessed, Fugato,

50 W halogen sources

CoreView C

GreenSpace

• Non-glaring light-emitting surface Multi-purpose sensor

Alternatives:

Arano wall mouted UnicOne Micro, Rotaris

Lumistone

DuraCare

SmartForm LED

CoreView C

• Wall-mounted luminaire for decorative iColor Tile • Lumen MX packages for both 500 and 300

and accent lighting using Philips Fural TL5 LED lux environments Fural LED

fluorescent lighting technology

• Dedicated MLO optic design

• Product LumiMotion family also includes surface- • Special patented light-mixing chamber

eW Cove QLX

mounted, suspended and free

• Round housing available for plaster

eW Cove QLX

floor-standing luminaires, making it an ceiling applications

excellent choice for complete project Alternatives: Multi-purpose sensor

Pacific solutions LED

PowerBalance, SmartForm LED,

• MLO Micro Lens Optic technology for CoreView Panel, Rotaris, Savio,

comfortable, glare-free lighting Multi-purpose sensor

SmartForm CoreView C

Alternatives:

DaySign, Celino, Efix, Adante, Savio

SmartForm LED

CoreView C

The ToBeTouched range consists of

intuitive CitySoul user LED interfaces CitySoul designed LED to

promote user interactivity with the

system and luminaires. Changing

LumiMotion

the colour and intensity of lighting

is simple, LumiMotion via the iconic style and

ease of interaction Pacific of LED the colour

ring ToBeTouched system. System

options Pacific offer LEDthe

ability to dial in

infinite colour combinations. Also

automatically changing colours over

time is one of the possibilities with

DuraCare

the ToBeTouched.

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MiniFlux

DuraCare bathroom

SmartForm LED

ColorFuse PC

DuraCare SmartForm LED

Luminous Textile

DuraCare

DuraCare bathroom

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2400

2400

luxspace HE

Unique 1 micro

StyliD Compact

Adante LED diffuse

ColorFuse PC

DayZone Square

21250

iColor Tile MX

DuraCare LED

DuraCare bathroom

Savio Dynamic light

iColor Tile MX

Luminous Textile

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Corridors

For a hospital, which is often open 24 hours a day, corridors and

circulation areas are the arteries of the building. They link the different

areas together logistically. Patients and visitors who are on their way to

a doctor or specific department will naturally benefit from a brightly

illuminated corridor rather than a dark one and specific lighting can be

used to optimise guidance.

The lighting should focus on guidance,

safety and reassurance, by using diffused,

homogeneous lighting, avoiding sharp contrasts

and dark spots. For corridors where patients

are wheeled along on trolleys, it must be taken

into consideration that high levels of brightness

can be extremely uncomfortable when they are

looking upwards.

Smarter corridors – daylight regulation

Corridors provide a perfect opportunity for

energy saving: At daytime when the corridors

are in full use, lighting can be complemented

with daylight integration using sensing

technology, saving energy while maintaining

a comfortable ambience. After-hours, when

corridors are less frequently used, the lighting

can be dimmed to a lower, but comfortable

level for orientation, and when a person

is detected it will fade up to normal levels

unnoticeably. For internal corridors that are

part of patient wards, daylight rhythms can

improve the perception and wellbeing of users,

by using dynamic lighting to bring in the positive

effects of natural daylight, and create a sense

of wellbeing.


Corridors (hospitality areas) Standard Corridors (hospitality areas) Advanced

In a space where patients often meet each other and talk while navigating their way through to different parts of a hospital, our Standard

solution for corridors in hospitality areas – featuring LED lighting, ensures that lighting brings high efficacy in terms of guidance, safety and

comfort, while at the same time suiting modern ceiling architecture.

Plan view

2400

luxspace HE

Unique 1 micro

StyliD Compact

Adante LED diffuse

Lumistone

ColorFuse PC

Arano wall mouted

DaySign Pendant single

MiniFlux

Fural LED

eW Cove QLX

Multi-purpose sensor

SmartForm LED

SmartForm LED DayZone Square

General lighting

• High luminaire efficiency

• Choice of optics

• Designed to fit in DaySign a wide Projector range of

ceiling types

Alternatives:

Fural LED, CoreViewPanel, Celino Wall SmartForm, mounted

CoreLine:

Celino floor standing

Celino suspended

iColorCove MX PC

DuraCare LED

Savio Dynamic light

iColor Tile MX

Luminous Textile

CitySoul LED

LumiMotion

Pacific LED

DuraCare

DuraCare bathroom

OccuSwitch DALI BMS stumble

Sensor

• Advanced occupancy control and

daylight regulation with separate

window and corridor algorithms

• Retractable shield that can be used

to shield off areas, e.g. corridors,

adjacent to the area the OccuSwitch

DALI is controlling

• Push-button interface for the use of

standard wired switches

• Energy indicator shows relative energy

usage

• BMS version interacts with almost any

building management system via the

DALI interface

Designed to create inviting and relaxing ambiences, our Advanced lighting ideas here are inspired by hospitality lighting. The creation of

ambience can be achieved simply by installing a combination of two lighting systems – an LED cove along the wall and spots on objects.

The use of a control that combines ambient light detection, motion detection and infrared remote control reception helps to further reduce

energy use over a 24 hour period.

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luxspace HE

DuraCare LED

Savio Dynamic light

iColor Tile MX

Luminous Textile

Fural LED

CitySoul LED

Luminaires usedCoreView C

All dimensions in millimetres Luminaires used

All dimensions in millimetres

Unique 1 micro

3000 1200

10000 10000

StyliD Compact

Alternatives

Fural LED Panel

CoreLine Recessed

CoreView Panel

Plan view

2400

luxspace HE

Unique 1 micro

StyliD Compact

Adante LED diffuse

StyliD Mini

Accent lighting

• Freedom and flexibility – wide range of

exchangeable parts

• Quality of light – colour consistency

through optic technology

• Outstanding efficacy

Alternatives:

Turnround, StoreFlux

Lumistone

ColorFuse PC

Arano wall mouted

Adante LED diffuse

Lumistone

ColorFuse PC

Arano wall mouted

DaySign Pendant single

MiniFlux

eW Cove QLX

Multi-purpose sensor

eW Cove QLX

CoreView C

Alcove

• Excellent output of white or

solid-colour light

• Multiple options for design SmartForm flexibility LED

• Energy-efficient, easy to install, and

long lifetime

Alternatives:

MiniFlux HP

DayZone Square

DaySign Projector

Celino Wall mounted

DuraCare LED

Savio Dynamic light

iColor Tile MX

Multi-purpose sensor

• 360º ceiling mount sensor that

combines motion detection (PIR),

infrared remote control reception (IR)

and ambient light level detection (PE)

in a single device.

LumiMotion

Pacific LED

Luminous Textile

Controls

The corridor can be stand alone

regulated via an OccuSwitch DALI

DuraCare controller or can be connect with

a light management system. In that

case you need a multi purpose

sensor.

DuraCare bathroom

stumble


Corridors (medical areas) Standard Corridors (medical areas) Advanced

Our Standard solution for corridors in medical areas of a hospital – where immediate or a high level of care is provided – is very specific and

designed to diminish stress to the patient. In these areas, lighting should be easy to control, so as to give the best possible lighting conditions for

hospital staff when needed.

Plan view Plan view

luxspace HE

Unique 1 micro

StyliD Compact

Adante LED diffuse

Lumistone

ColorFuse PC

Arano wall mouted

DaySign Pendant single

MiniFlux

Fural LED

2000

eW Cove QLX

DuraCare LED

12000

Savio Dynamic light

iColor Tile MX

Luminous Textile

CitySoul LED

LumiMotion

Pacific LED

Multi-purpose sensor

CoreView C

Luminaires used Luminaires used

DaySign Pendant single

All dimensions in millimetres All dimensions in millimetres

CoreView Panel

CoreView C

SmartForm LED

General lighting

• 15% energy saving and reduction in

DayZone Square

CO emissions

2

• Sustainable solution – upgradeable

• 15% saving on running costs

DaySign Projector

Celino Wall mounted

Celino floor standing

Celino suspended

iColorCove MX PC

DuraCare

DuraCare bathroom

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Cleanroom LED

Alternatives

SmartForm LED

FBS163 SoftLight

3000

3000

Our Advanced solution for corridors connecting medical areas includes an elegant handrail lighting feature designed to create a pleasant

ambience to diminish stress for the patient, and slim linear LED fixtures placed close to the walls providing soft indirect light, which is especially

useful for corridors that may have no daylight. By using a control system with presence detection, energy use can be reduced by up to 35%.

luxspace HE

Unique 1 micro

StyliD Compact

Adante LED diffuse

Lumistone

ColorFuse PC

Arano wall mouted

DaySign Pendant single

MiniFlux

Fural LED

eW Cove QLX

2000

Multi-purpose sensor

SmartForm LED

DayZone Square

SmartForm LED

General lighting

• High luminaire efficiency

• Choice of optics DaySign Projector

• Designed to fit in a wide range of

ceiling types

Alternatives: Celino Wall mounted

CoreLine Recessed, SmartForm

Celino floor standing

Celino suspended

iColorCove MX PC

Cleanroom LED

luxspace HE

DuraCare LED

Savio Dynamic light

12000

iColor Tile MX

Unique 1 micro

StyliD Compact

Adante LED diffuse

Luminous Textile

Lumistone

ColorFuse PC

CitySoul LED

LumiMotion

Arano wall mouted

Pacific LED

DuraCare

2400

MiniFlux

DuraCare bathroom

stumble

Mini Flux HP

Lighting in handrail

• Modular LED system for interior/

outdoor use

• Aluminum profile

• Clear polycarbonate diffuser

• Transparent polycarbonate brackets

for fixation

Alternatives:

eW Profile PC

Fural LED

eW Cove QLX

Multi-purpose sensor

CoreView C

SmartForm LED

Dynalite Sensor DUS 804C

• Available with ultrasonic option

• Only in recessed / surface

ceiling mount.

• Digital Motion sensor

• Available in slight motion version (-SM)

• Detection area: 7,4 x 5,6m at 2,5m

• Rectangular detection area

• Segmented click-up bezel

• Upgraded for lightlevel detection by

adding camera photo optics.

DuraCare LED

Savio Dynamic ligh

iColor Tile MX

2400

Luminous Textile

CitySoul LED

LumiMotion

Pacific LED

DuraCare

DuraCare bathroom


Feel at ease

Waiting rooms

Waiting always seems to take longer than we expect. Especially when

you are in a waiting room in hospital, where you may feel anxious, be

in pain, or feel insecure about what will happen next. Our solutions

can address this by recreating familiar environments that help to put

patients at ease.

Improving the waiting experience

In many cases, the waiting room could offer

patients and visitors a far more pleasant

experience. A soft, homely atmosphere has a

welcoming, calming effect, while the impression

of hygiene and cleanliness fosters a sense of trust.

Designed for relaxation

Lighting solutions for waiting rooms can be

designed to create a more homely ambience,

for example dimmable wall lighting and table

luminaires will radiate a relaxing, domestic

ambience. Additionally, a positive feel can

be created with indirect lighting in warm

white light, illuminating each area in the

room differently. Dynamic lighting that mimics

the course of natural daylight, can connect

people to the outside world, and support

their wellbeing.

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DayZone Square

stumble

Arano wall mouted

DuraCare bathroom

SmartForm LED

DuraCare

Luminous

CoreView ColorFuse C PC

Multi-purpose Lumistone sensor

Pacific LED

eW Cove Adante QLXLED

diffuse

LumiMotion

StyliD Compact

Fural LED

CitySoul LED

MiniFlux

iColor Tile

DaySign Unique Pendant 1 micro single

luxspace HE

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Savio Dy

Arano wall mouted

DuraCar

Luminous Textile

ColorFuse PC

Lumistone

Adante LED diffuse

StyliD Compact

luxspace HE

iColor Tile MX

Unique 1 micro

Savio Dynamic light

luxspace HE

DuraCare LED

Unique 1 micro

StyliD Compact

Small waiting room Standard Small waiting room Advanced

In the waiting area of an outpatient department, where people may be agitated, anxious or in pain, an adapted lighting atmosphere will have

a settling, calming effect. Our Standard solution uses general and diffused lighting and wall mounted luminaires to create a soft ambience.

Plan view Plan view

4900

2400

SmartForm LED

General lighting

• High luminaire efficiency

• Choice of optics

• Designed to fit in a wide range of

ceiling types

Alternatives:

PowerBalance, DayZone, CoreView Panel

Rotaris, Savio, SmartForm

3000

Adante LED diffuse

Wall mounted

• Eye-catching effects from wall-/ceilingmounted

or pendant luminaires for

TL5 C circular or PL-C compact

fluorescent lamps

• Easy installation and maintenance

with a dedicated hinge device for easy

access to the electrical connection

• Customised lighting effects with blue

or green colour filters available as

accessories

Alternatives:

Gondola, UnicOne, Rotaris, Efix

Circle Light

Unique 1 micro

StyliD Compact

Adante LED diffuse

Lumistone

ColorFuse PC

ColorFuse PC

Our Advanced solution Adante makes LED diffuse use of coloured light, to create a relaxing ambience to help sooth patients. In addition, pendant luminaires are

installed over the tables, plus wall mounted decorative luminaires with projector lighting, Arano both wall mouted featuring non-glare, light-emitting surfaces.

Lumistone

ColorFuse PC

Arano wall mouted

DaySign Pendant single

MiniFlux

Fural LED

eW Cove QLX

Multi-purpose sensor

CoreView C

SmartForm LED

DayZone Square

DuraCare LED

DaySign Projector

Savio Dynamic light

DayZone

DaySign Pendant

General lighting

Suspended above table

Celino Wall mounted

• Lumen packages for both 500 • Thinnest LED source in

iColor Tile MX

and 300 lux environments relation to its lumen output

• Dedicated MLO optic design • Accent and general lighting

Celino floor standing

• Special patented light-mixing in one package

chamber

• Integrated LED solution

• Round housing available

Celino suspended

for enabling tunable lighting in

plaster ceiling applications the future

Alternatives:

• Suitable for replacing

PowerBalance, SmartForm LED, conventional 50 W halogen

CoreView Panel, Rotaris,

iColorCove

Savio, sources

MX PC

SmartForm

• Non-glaring light-emitting

surface

Alternatives:

Cleanroom LEDUnicOne

Micro, Rotaris

Luminous Textile

luxspace HE

Unique 1 micro

StyliD Compact

Adante LED diffuse

Lumistone

9700 9700

Luminaires used All dimensions in millimetres

Luminaires used

4900

Luminous Textile Please see pages 72-73

3600

DaySign Pendant single

Luminous Textile

MiniFlux

Fural LED

eW Cove QLX

Multi-purpose sensor

CoreView C

LumiMotion

Pacific LED

SmartForm LED

ColorFuse PC

Arano wall moutedDayZone

Square

DuraCare bathroom

stumble DaySign Projector

DaySign Pendant single

MiniFlux

Fural LED

eW Cove QLX

Celino Wall mounted

Multi-purpose sensor iColorCove MX PC

CoreView C

SmartForm LED

iColor Tile MX

CitySoul LED

DuraCare

luxspace HE

Unique 1 micro

StyliD Compact

Adante LED diffuse

Lumistone

ColorFuse PC

DuraCare LED

Luminous T

Savio Dynamic light CitySoul L

iColor Tile MX

LumiMoti

Pacific LED

DuraCare

Luminous Textile DuraCare b

All dimensions in millimetres

CitySoul LED

DaySign Projector

ColorFuse PC

ToBeTouched

Wall mounted Celino floor Alcove standing

User Interface

Arano wall mouted

• Thinnest LED source in • Advanced colour mixing and • Glowing light ring provides

relation to its lumen output superior colour consistency feedback with light

• Accent and general lighting

Celino suspended • Light output of 380 lumens

in one package

per fixture

• DMX- DALI and RC5- IRcompliant

LumiMotion

• Integrated LED solution • Rotation in 10º increments • Comprehensive product portfolio:

enabling tunable lighting in

the future

• Suitable for replacing

through full 180º for precise DaySign currently Pendant four models: single simple on/

aiming and colour mixing off, dimming, cool/warm-white

• Works with complete Philips Pacific LED

controller and full colour model

conventional

50 W halogen sources

line of controllers and third- • For the UID8520 (ToBeTouched

party DMX controllers MiniFlux

DALI) there are presets in the ring

• Non-glaring light-emitting surface • Integrated Powercore technology that are compatible with presence

Alternatives:

and Philips Data Enabler Pro detection (ActiLume extension

Arano, Celino, Efix, Adante, Cleanroom Alternatives: LED

Fural LED sensor, OccuSwitch DALI)

Savio

iColor Graze

eW Cove QLX DuraCare

stumble


luxspace HE

Unique 1 micro

StyliD Compact

Adante LED diffuse

Lumistone

ColorFuse PC

Arano wall mouted

DaySign Pendant single

MiniFlux

Fural LED

eW Cove QLX

DuraCare LED

Savio Dynamic light

iColor Tile MX

Luminous Textile

CitySoul LED

LumiMotion

Pacific LED

Luminaires used Multi-purpose sensor

All dimensions in millimetres Luminaires used

All dimensions in millimetres

CoreView C

SmartForm LED

General lighting

• Uniform surface of light, thanks to

DayZone Square

advanced light-guide technology

• Very slim panel height, thanks to side-lit

LED lighting

• Low energy consumption, DaySign Projector thanks to

efficient LED technology

• Choice of sizes and two colour

temperatures

• Available with Celino fixed or Wall dimmable mounteddriver

Celino floor standing

Celino suspended

iColorCove MX PC

DuraCare

DuraCare bathroom

stumble

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Cleanroom LED

DaySign Pendant single

Arano wall mouted

Medium waiting room Standard Medium waiting room Advanced

MiniFlux

Our Standard solution provides a calming effect for patients who are waiting. This general solution provides uniform lighting thanks to light guide

technology. It has low energy consumption, is available in two different colour temperatures and can be used with a fixed or dimmable driver.

Plan view Plan view

CoreView Panel

Alternatives

PowerBalance DayZone SmartForm LED

CoreLine Recessed

SmartForm

10000

2400

Rotaris Savio

2400

luxspace HE

Unique 1 micro

StyliD Compact

Adante LED diffuse

Lumistone

ColorFuse PC

Our Advanced solution is designed to create less of a ‘hospital’ and more of a ‘domestic’ experience. The tuned home-like lighting ambience that

can be created has a settling, calming effect on waiting patients. General lighting is combined with dimmable wall

Fural LED

eW

lighting

Cove

and

QLX

flexible

CitySoul

freestanding

LED

or table luminaires that DaySign radiate a domestic Pendant and single relaxing ambience.

2100

MiniFlux

Fural LED

eW Cove QLX

Multi-purpose sensor

CoreView C

SmartForm LED

DayZone Square

DaySign Projector

Celino Wall mounted

DuraCare LED

Celino floor standing

Luminous Textile

eW Cove QLX

Multi-purpose sensor

CoreView C

SmartForm LED

DayZone Square

DaySign Projector

Celino Wall mounted

Celino floor standing

Celino suspended

Celino Wall mounted

Savio Dynamic light

Celino suspended

Celino Free standing

LuxSpace HE

Wall mounted

Free floor standing

General lighting

iColorCove MX PC

• Housing 71 mm wide • Housing 71 mm wide • Energy savings of up to 65%

iColor Tile MX

• Choice of TL5, TL5 Eco or • Aluminum micro optic with compared with conventional

LED light sources iColorCove 3D MX lamellae PC

CFL downlights

• Aluminum micro optic with • Compliant with office-lighting • Specification-grade visual

3D lamellae

• Compliant with office-lighting

norm EN 12464-1

comfort, performance and

Cleanroom LED

• Mounting individually or in lines colour consistency

norm EN 12464-1 Cleanroom Alternatives: LED

• Mounting individually or in lines Lirio Posada, Savio, Arano

• Flexible solution

Alternatives:

Alternatives:

StyliD fixed recessed, Fugato,

DaySign, Arano, Efix, Adante,

Savio

GreenSpace

Luminous Textile Please see pages 72-73

3000

10000

CitySoul LED

LumiMotion

Pacific LED

DuraCare

luxspace HE

Unique 1 micro

positioning

StyliD Compact

Adante LED diffuse

Lumistone

MiniFlux

Fural LED

Multi-purpose sensor LumiMotion

CoreView C

SmartForm LED

DuraCare bathroomDaySign

Projector

stumble

iColorCove MX PC

Alcove

• Limitless choice of colours

and full-colour dynamic

effects

• Flexible mounting and

• Compatible with industryleading

controls

Alternatives:

• MiniFlux HP RGB

Pacific LED

DuraCare

DayZone Square

DuraCare bathroom

Celino Wall mounted

Celino floor standing

Celino suspended

iColorCove MX PC

Cleanroom LED

stumble

Dynalite Touch Screen DTP 100

Scene setting

Rich color touchscreen that uses

vivid graphics and sophisticated

on-screen controls, allowing the

Systems Installer to create visually

stunning and easy to use pages.


Feel cared for

Examination rooms

To help people feel more at ease, our solutions make it possible to

switch lighting to different presets that create a variety of atmospheres,

using light to suit the relevant medical procedures, thereby creating

the best setting for each purpose.

A more pleasant atmosphere

Before and after treatment, the general

lighting can be switched to a soothing and

reassuring warm light, to create a comfortable

environment for the patient. This will make the

patient feel more at ease and allows staff to

work more efficiently.

Optimal light colour and high quality colour

rendering assist in examinations and diagnosis,

helping staff perform better. So you can

differentiate your hospital with a healthcare

environment that truly puts patients and

staff first.

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luxspace HE

Unique 1 micro

Cleanroom LED

StyliD Compact

General lighting

• Latest LED engine IP65

• ISO class 2-9 Fraunhofer-certified

Adante • Push-in LED connector: diffuse connection without

opening the luminaire

Alternatives:

Lumistone

TBS 424, CR200B

ColorFuse PC

Arano wall mouted

ColorFuse PC

Arano wall mouted

DaySign Pendant single

MiniFlux

Fural LED

eW Cove QLX

Multi-purpose sensor

CoreView C

SmartForm LED

DayZone Square

DaySign Projector

Celino Wall mounted

Celino floor standing

Celino suspended

iColorCove MX PC

Cleanroom LED

DuraCare LED

Luminous Textile

Examination room Standard Examination room Advanced

In an examination room the colour appearance of the light is of extreme importance. Our Standard lighting system can be adjusted to suit the

activity, whether calming, to assist with patient conversations or brighter task lighting for examinations. Different presets for different lighting

levels can be pre-programmed and our special examination light features high colour rendering and no heat output.

Plan view Plan view

4200

CitySoul LED

5400

LumiMotion

Pacific LED

DuraCare

Savio Dynamic light

DuraCare bathroom

stumble

iColor Tile MX

DuraCare LED

Examination light

• Intense light

• Illuminates large working area of

17 cm diameter

• Five-step dimming, three colour

temperatures and high colour

rendering

• LED technology means no heat in the

beam and energy savings

• Durable construction compliant with all

medical norms such as EN 60601

Alternatives: Luminous Textile

TurnRound, StoreFlux

ToBeTouched

User interface

• Glowing light ring provides feedback

with light

• DMX- DALI and RC5- IR-compliant

• Comprehensive product portfolio:

currently four models: simple on/off,

dimming, cool/warm-white controller

and full colour model

• For the UID8520 (ToBeTouched

DALI) there are presets in the ring

that are compatible with presence

detection (ActiLume extension sensor,

OccuSwitch DALI)

DaySign Pendant single

Multi-purpose sensor

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Fural LED

Fural LED CitySoul LED

CitySoul LED

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DaySign Pendant single

MiniFlux

Fural LED

Our Advanced solution features optimal task lighting for medical staff and dynamic emotional lighting to enhance patient wellbeing. Fully

controllable, dynamic, general lighting can be mixed with coloured lighting in both alcoves and ceilings, which can be customised effectively to

create either relaxing moods or stronger lighting as appropriate to various tasks.

eW Cove QLX

CoreView C

SmartForm LED

DayZone Square

DaySign Projector

Celino Wall mounted

Celino floor standing

Celino suspended

luxspace HE

All dimensions in millimetres DuraCare LED

Savio Dynamic light

All dimensions in millimetres

Unique 1 micro

Unique 1 micro

StyliD Compact

Adante LED diffuse

Lumistone

ColorFuse PC

Arano wall mouted

DaySign Pendant single

MiniFlux

luxspace HE

Luminaires used Luminaires used

2400

StyliD Compact

Adante LED diffuse

Savio Dynamic light

iColor Tile MX

Savio Dynamic light

Lumistone Dynamic lighting, suspended

Direct/indirect

• A touch of simplicity – dynamic colour-

ColorFuse PC

changing lighting with virtually unlimited

possibilities to adapt the environment

to suit the occasion

• Specially designed

Luminous

for architectural

Textile

colour-changing lighting; user-friendly

design allows anyone to create and edit

up to 4 static or dynamic scenes

Arano

• True plug

wall

and

mouted

play solution – simple,

direct connection to luminaires using a

standard RJ45 cable

Alternatives:

DaySign Pendant single

SmartForm

MiniFlux

iColor Tile MX

DuraCare LED

iColor Tile MX

5000

Surface mounted above patient chair

• Panel 597 x 597 mm

• 144 individually addressable, highintensity,

full-colour LED nodes, light

output 599 nits

• Designed for recessed Luminous and Textile surface

mounting on walls or ceilings

• Quick set-up

• Works with complete Philips line of

controllers, as well as third-party DMX

and Ethernet controllers

iColorCove MX PC

Cleanroom LED

iColorCove MX PC

Alcove

• Limitless choice of colours and fullcolour

dynamic effects

• Flexible mounting and positioning

• Compatible with industry-leading

controls

Alternatives:

MiniFlux HP RGB

5000

Dynalite Touch Screen DTP 100

Scene setting

Rich color touchscreen that uses vivid

graphics and sophisticated on-screen

controls, allowing the Systems Installer

to create visually stunning and easy to

use pages.


Feel calm and comfortable

Imaging rooms

Going to hospital is something people often find unsettling – it’s a time

when they feel concerned and vulnerable. A calming environment, that

can include coloured lighting, projections, animations and video selected

by the patient during examination and diagnosis can help them to feel

more at ease and create a welcome distraction.

Ambient Experience

Scanning procedures can often make patients

feel anxious and intimidated, unsure of what will

happen next. They may not have visual contact

with clinical staff during some procedures; at

the same time, they are also separated from

their loved ones, resulting in feelings of isolation.

Some examination can be time-consuming and

contribute to long waiting times, resulting in

stress for staff and patients alike.

Ambient Experience is a Philips Healthcare

solution that’s based on research into the

values and needs of patients and medical staff.

By integrating architectural elements, interior

design, lighting, video projection and sound, it

creates a completely multi-sensory experience; a

people-centric solution that provides a welcome

distraction to help patients remain calm and

comfortable during the imaging procedure.

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Ambient Experience

Personalising your healthcare environment

Ambient Experience helps relax patients by allowing them to personalise their environment. Personalisation starts when the

patient selects one of the themes and soft-coloured lighting, calming sounds and projected images fill the atmosphere. In

addition, staff efficiency is improved through room designs that offer open, uncluttered work spaces.

Key benefits:

• Reduced patient anxiety

• Enhanced staff satisfaction

• Supports workflow

• Differentiates your hospital

Depending on your clinical requirements and budget, Philips can offer a scaled Ambient

Experience solution that works for you.

The Ambient Experience solution can include the following elements:

1 A ceiling projector displays videos or animations chosen by the patient from a library of themes, distracting them

from the equipment and procedure

2 Rounded corners suggest additional space and discourage clutter

3 Soothing audio is added to create a relaxing ambience

4 Coloured LED spotlights neutralise the harsh glare of institutional lighting, while encouraging a sense of wellbeing

5 Integrated cabinets provide easy access to coils and accessories, freeing the room from clutter

6 To complete the transformation, a halo of coloured light illuminates the examination room

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2

6

3

5

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Feel more at home

Patient rooms

A stay in hospital is never pleasant, especially if you are worried or in

pain. There is often little privacy. But what if we could make the patient

feel more at home? The challenge for hospital designers is to create

flexible rooms that accommodate patients needs, but also make them

work for staff.

The natural power of light

Light influences our health and wellbeing much

more than we realise. Independent research has

shown that there is a clear and positive relation

between exposing patients to sufficient light

during the day and their health and wellbeing.

It has been proven that light can improve

parameters like sleep, mood, depression and

length of stay in a hospital environment. Light

can help by creating a pleasant ambience for

patients and visitors, and in addition it can

support the biological clock, thereby

supporting the healing environment.

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le

iColor Tile MX

Adante LED diffuse

Luminous Textile

Arano wall mouted

eW Cove QLX

CitySoul LED

LumiMotion Multi-purpose sensor

SmartForm LED

Pacific LED

DuraCare

Lumistone

DuraCare bathroom

ColorFuse PC

DaySign Pendant singleeW

Cove QLX

MiniFlux

Fural LED

CoreView C

Luminous Textile

CitySoul LED

LumiMotion

Pacific LED

DuraCare

Luminaires used SmartForm LED

All dimensions in millimetres

DayZone Square

DuraCare bathroom

stumble

DuraCare

stumble

General lighting /

LuxSpace HE

DaySign Hall Projector light

DuraCare

Celino Wall Unique mounted Bathroom 1 micro light

examination light

• Energy savings of up to 65% • Multi-functional – one

• Indirect general light and compared with conventional luminaire performs all

direct reading/examination CFL downlights

Celino Wall mounted

Celino floor standing functions needed in a patient

light combined

• Specification-grade visual room

• Minimized shading and

reflections for safety and

comfort, performance and • Warm, gentle glare-free light

Celino floor colour standing consistency Celino suspended StyliD • Durable, Compact stylish design

comfort

• Flexible solution

• Durable, stylish design

Celino Alternatives:

suspended

StyliD fixed recessed, Fugato,

GreenSpace iColorCove MX PC

iColorCove MX PC

Cleanroom LED

StyliD Compact

Patient room Standard

iColor Tile MX

Adante LED diffuse

luxspace HE

DuraCare LED

Our Standard lighting scheme for patient rooms features a bedhead luminaire for general lighting, examination lighting and to create a domestic

feeling, plus a stumble light recessed in the wall at floor level and a downlight in the hall. Downlights plus wall lighting cover main areas and

Lumistone

luminaires can be set according to personal preferences for reading or socialising with visitors.

Savio Dynamic light

DuraCare LED

Unique 1 micro

Plan view

ColorFuse PC

Savio Dynamic light

iColor Tile MX

StyliD Compact

Luminous Textile

3600

Arano wall mouted

DaySign Pendant single

MiniFlux

Fural LED

Multi-purpose sensor

CoreView C

DayZone Square

DaySign Projector

Cleanroom LED

luxspace HE

Adante LED diffuse

Lumistone

5400

CitySoul LED

LumiMotion

Pacific LED

DuraCare

DuraCare bathroom

stumble

Lux35

Stumble light

• Body in sanded chromed

brass.

• 1 LED 1,2W 350mA

• asymmetric beam

• protective glass

• Fixation with recessed plastic

installation box

Alternatives for general lighting

CoreView Panel

SmartForm LED

FBS163 SoftLight

DuraCare LED

Savio Dynamic light

iColor Tile MX

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Arano wall mouted

Patient room DaySign Pendant Advanced single – HealWell

Our Innovative HealWell solution uses recessed or surface mounted luminaires, with the addition of spots to create accent lighting. Cove lighting

MiniFlux

has been added to provide a variety of scenes and more flexibility in scene setting. Light is programmed with a ‘day curve’ to mimic changing

daylight and the patient has the choice to adjust the ambient light, while staff can change it to provide good working light when necessary.

Fural LED

CitySoul LED

Plan view

eW Cove QLX

Multi-purpose sensor

CoreView C

SmartForm LED

DayZone Square

DaySign Projector

Celino Wall mounted

Celino floor standing

Celino suspended

iColorCove MX PC

Cleanroom LED

Ambient light

• LED based coloured light line in

cove opposite to bed

• LED spots in ceiling to shine on

wall opposite to bed

3600

Dynamic light modules

• Like natural daylight ceiling modules

provide daylight rhythm, with varying

light levels and warmer or cooler light

according to the time of day

Intelligent light

• Daylight rhythm (special protected

lighting curve)

• Central control over all lighting

• Working light for examinations and

emergencies

LumiMotion

5400

Pacific LED

DuraCare

DuraCare bathroom

stumble

Personal reading light

• LED spot, providing dimmable

reading light per bed

Orientation light

• Dimmed soft light line in the cove

along the wall at night

All dimensions in millimetres

Patient remote control

• Choice of atmosphere light

(coloured cove and spots)

• Reading light

Staff working light control

• Wall mounted control per bed of

examination/emergency light

At-door controls for staff

• Daylight curve

• Working light

• Orientation light

A new approach to wellbeing

Developed specifically to contribute to people’s visual, emotional and biological response to light, HealWell creates a unique

environment that supports patient wellbeing. It is designed to support the biological clock of patients. In a field study we

tested this solution, and the result was that patients in HealWell rooms actually sleep longer, and need a shorter time to fall

asleep. In addition, the ambient light is personalised through the use of predefined settings that can be controlled by

the patient themselves.

The natural power of light

The HealWell lighting system addresses the needs of patients and medical staff. Dynamic light is used to provide an

automated day-rhythm, which mimics the varying patterns of natural daylight. At the same time, it provides medical staff the

opportunity to overrule light settings, to have good working light conditions when the situation requires so, for example with

examinations or emergencies.

Key benefits:

• A new and unique total lighting solution for patient rooms

• Addresses the different needs of its users at all times,

day and night (functional, emotional, biological), using

an intelligent networked controls system

• Provides a pleasant atmosphere, that can be controlled

by patients

• Provides excellent working light for staff

• Proven solution, with evidence of improved satisfaction,

improved sleep duration and sleep on-set latency and

enhanced mood

• Implemented as a turn-key solution, including lighting

design, installation and training for staff

German Heart Institute

The challenge for this internationally renowned

hospital was to create an optimum work and

recuperation environment using innovative

lighting concepts. We designed and installed a

complete lighting solution, including HealWell

and luminous textile.

Berlin, Germany

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Offices

Good office lighting design addresses different aspects of light. Artificial

lighting can play a significant role in improving the work environment by

creating a relaxed or uplifting ambience.

Rooms with windows can be designed to

have two dimmable zones, one close to the

windows and the second one inboard. This

provides flexibility for multiple desks and

daylight harvesting. Photosensor input maintains

lighting at target levels. Controls at the entry

allow for independent control of the two zones,

with manual-on and dimming capability (to

dim below the photosensor setting). In offices

and staff rooms, the light settings can be tuned

– for example by providing higher light levels

for more difficult tasks, and lower, softer light

for personal comfort or relaxation, providing a

valuable sense of control of the environment.

Creating ‘natural’ hospital office lighting

Daylight is never constant. It changes in intensity

over the course of the day and the seasons,

affecting our emotions, moods, perception

and performance. Most of these changes are

gradual transitions that we only perceive at

a subconscious level, but they influence our

biological rhythms and the patterns of our daily

lives. Bringing these dynamics indoors creates

‘natural’ lighting that stimulates and inspires

those working there.


DayZone Square

stumble

Offices Standard Offices Advanced

Our Standard solution uses general lighting that can combine energy saving with light quality that creates a sense of wellbeing. ‘Dynamic Ambience’ is our Advanced lighting solution that can bring the dynamics of daylight into working environments that have little or no

natural daylight. This can increase alertness due to higher colour temperatures or higher light levels. One example of a positive biological effect

is the reduction of sleepiness, which helps staff to combat the ‘morning blues’ or the ‘after-lunch dip’.

Plan view Plan view

DuraCare bathroom

SmartForm LED

DuraCare

1800

CoreView C

SmartForm LED

General lighting

• Energy saving

• Inspiring light effects

• Highly versatile family

Alternatives:

PowerBalance, DayZone, Savio,

SmartForm

Multi-purpose sensor

Pacific LED

eW Cove QLX

LumiMotion

Fural LED

CitySoul LED

MiniFlux

DaySign Pendant single

3000

Luminaires used Luminaires used

OccuSwitch DALI BMS

Sensor

• Advanced occupancy control and

daylight regulation with separate

window and corridor algorithms

• Retractable shield that can be used to

shield off areas, e.g. corridors, adjacent

to the area the OccuSwitch DALI is

controlling

• Push-button interface for the use of

standard wired switches

• Energy indicator shows relative

energy usage

• BMS version interacts with almost any

building management system via the

DALI interface

Arano wall mouted

5800

Alternatives

Luminous Textile

ColorFuse PC

Lumistone

Adante LED diffuse

StyliD Compact

PowerBalance DayZone

Savio SmartForm

iColor Tile MX

Unique 1 micro

Savio Dynamic light

3600

luxspace HE

DuraCare LED

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Unique 1 micro

luxspace HE

All dimensions in millimetres

DuraCare LED

All dimensions in millimetres

Savio

Unique 1 micro

StyliD Compact

Adante LED diffuse

Dynamic lighting

• Stylish design and excellent

Lumistone

performance for task and general

lighting

• Edge-to-edge ColorFuse ‘surface PC of light’ effect

with even, comfortable brightness

• Patented micro-lens optic for optimum

light distribution and full glare control

Alternatives:

SmartForm - Dynamic Lighting

Arano wall mouted

DaySign Pendant single

MiniFlux

1800

Savio suspended

Savio Dynamic light

iColor Tile MX

Accent lighting backwall

• Combines outstanding lighting

performance, aesthetic appeal and

architectural integration

• Edge-to-edge ‘surface of light’ effect

with even, comfortable brightness

• Patented micro-lens Luminous optic Textile for optimum

light distribution and full glare control

Alternatives:

SmartForm

5800

3000

StyliD Compact

Adante LED diffuse

StyliD Compact

Accent lighting backwall

• Freedom and flexibility – wide

range of exchangeable parts

• Quality of light – colour consistency

through optic technology

• Outstanding efficacy

Alternatives:

TurnRound, StoreFlux

Lumistone

ColorFuse PC

Arano wall mouted

DaySign Pendant single

3600

Dynalite Keypad DR2PE

(with Dynalite Sensor DUS 804C)

Scene setting

• The user control panel incorporates

a revolutionary clip-on cover

fastening system for aesthetic

design flexibility

• Variety of configurations ranging

from eight buttons up to twentyfour

buttons. Smooth action buttons

with LED indicators that provide

both tactile and visual feedback.

• Button backlighting to illuminate

engraved text, improving nighttime

panel location and operation


Nurse station Standard Nurse station Advanced

Our Standard scheme for nurse stations provides high quality lighting using LED in ceiling luminaires in different shapes and sizes, that feature

Smart Pyramid Optics, as well as more conventional downlight shapes.

Plan view Plan view

DuraCare LED

Savio Dynamic light

iColor Tile MX

CoreView C

Luminaires used All dimensions in millimetres Luminaires used

All dimensions in millimetres

Luminous Textile

PowerBalance

General lighting

• Advanced LED technology

• Smart Pyramid Optics (SPO)

• Available in different shapes and sizes

Alternatives:

DayZone, SmartForm LED, Savio,

SmartForm

CitySoul LED

LumiMotion

Pacific LED

1800

luxspace HE

Unique 1 micro

LuxSpace HE

General lighting corridor

• Energy savings of up to 65%

compared with conventional

CFL downlights

• Specification-grade visual comfort,

performance and colour consistency

• Flexible solution

Alternatives:

StyliD fixed recessed, Fugato,

GreenSpace

StyliD Compact

Adante LED diffuse

Lumistone

2400

ColorFuse PC

2400 2400

eW Cove QLX

Alternatives

10000

2400

SmartForm LED DayZone

Savio SmartForm

DuraCare LED

Savio Dynamic light

iColor Tile MX

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Luminous Textile

Our Advanced solution adds ‘inside counter’ and ‘above counter’ task lighting for optimum visual performance and this also contributes to the

ambience. The combination of downlights and accent lighting

MiniFlux

on the backwall creates a pleasant working atmosphere.

LuxSpace HE

General lighting

• Energy savings of up to 65%

compared with conventional

CFL downlights

• Specification-grade visual

comfort, performance and

colour consistency

• Flexible solution

Alternatives:

StyliD fixed recessed, Fugato,

GreenSpace

luxspace HE

Unique 1 micro

StyliD Compact

Adante LED diffuse

Lumistone

ColorFuse PC

Arano wall mouted

DaySign Pendant single

Fural LED

Multi-purpose sensor

CoreView C

SmartForm LED

DayZone Square

DaySign Projector

Celino Wall mounted

Celino floor standing

Celino suspended

iColorCove MX PC

luxspace HE

Celino LED

StyliD Compact

Suspended task light

above counter

Cleanroom Accent LED light

• Freedom and flexibility –

• Complete luminaire range wide range of exchangeable

that reflects the trend

parts

to miniaturisation and • Quality of light – colour

architectural integration consistency through optic

• Excellent optical performance technology

using optical covers for • Outstanding efficacy

optimum visual comfort and

efficiency

Alternatives:

DayWave, Arano LED, DaySign

pendant Twin

Alternatives:

TurnRound, StoreFlux

10000

Unique 1 micro

StyliD Compact

DuraCare LED

Fural LED

Adante LED diffuse

Savio Dynamic light

Lumistone

ColorFuse PC

Mini Flux HP

Arch. Light counter

• Modular LED system for

iColor Tile MX

interior/outdoor use.

• Aluminum profile.

• Clear polycarbonate diffuser.

• Transparent polycarbonate

brackets for fixation

Alternatives:

eW Cove QLX, eW Cove EC

Arano wall mouted

Luminous Textile

CitySoul LED

luxspace HE

LumiMotion

Pacific LED

Unique 1 micro

StyliD Compact

DuraCare

Adante LED diffuse

DuraCare bathroom

Lumistone

ColorFuse PC

stumble

Arano wall mouted

DaySign Pendant single

MiniFlux

eW Cove QLX

SmartForm LED

Multi-purpose sensor

CoreView C

SmartForm LED

luxspace HE

Unique 1 micro

StyliD Compact

Adante LED diffuse

Lumistone

ColorFuse PC

Arano wall mouted

DaySign Pendant single

MiniFlux

Fural LED

eW Cove QLX

DuraCare

Savio Dyn

Multi-purpose sensor

SmartForm LED

DayZone Square

General lighting corridor

• High luminaire efficiency

• Choice of opticsDaySign

Projector

• Designed to fit in a wide range

of ceiling types

Alternatives: Celino Wall mounted

CoreView Panel, CoreLine

Recessed, SmartForm

Celino floor standing

Celino suspended

iColorCove MX PC

iColor Tile M

Luminous T


Fundación Jiménez Díaz

Jiménez Díaz Foundation is a university hospital in Madrid. To

realise the architect’s vision of ‘light surfaces’, Philips installed

SmartForm recessed light beams and suspended luminaires

with stylish, rimless covers. SmartForm provides a comfortable

ambience with good light quality and even distribution. An

attractive solution with less glare that is more comfortable for

patients and staff.

Product solutions:

SmartForm recessed and suspended lightbeams, Celino suspended,

TBS 460 Opal, TBS411 Opal and battens.

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Feel safe

Outdoor areas and parking

The walk from the car park to the hospital entrance often takes visitors

along a path or walkway across a piece of open ground such as a small

park or garden. Good quality lighting can help to make people feel safe

and comfortable. Additionally, marker lights can provide guidance, while

subtle illumination of trees and other features can help to create a

pleasant and inviting ambience.

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Outdoor parking Indoor parking

luxspace HE

During hours of reduced daylight or at night, good lighting is key. Sufficient light is needed to for both drivers of vehicles and pedestrians. Light levels

should be functionally high enough to allow easy tracking of the parked vehicle and bright enough to allow pedestrians to feel safe in their near

surroundings. Through the use of a smart motion sensing technology control system, more energy can be saved without compromising on safety.

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Plan view

luxspace HE

Unique 1 micro

StyliD Compact

Adante LED diffuse

Lumistone

ColorFuse PC

Arano wall mouted

DaySign Luminaires Pendant used single

MiniFlux

Fural LED

eW Cove QLX

SpeedStar

DuraCare LED

Savio Dynamic light

iColor Tile MX

Luminous Textile

CitySoul LED

Mounting height 6m

• Incorporates LEDGINE LumiMotion for

leading-edge performance and

Multi-purpose lifetime reliability sensor

• Flexible system – compatible Pacific LED with

all lighting control solutions for even

greater energy savings

CoreView • Dedicated C design for LEDGINE

• Long life with low maintenance

• Total solution with masts and brackets

SmartForm LED

DuraCare

DuraCare bathroom

30000

SpeedStar

DuraCare LED

30000

Savio Dynamic light

iColor Tile MX

35000

Luminous Textile

CitySoul LED

LumiMotion

Mounting height 8m

• Incorporates LEDGINE for

leading-edge performance Pacific and LED

lifetime reliability

• Flexible system – compatible with

all lighting control solutions for even

greater energy savings

• Dedicated design for LEDGINE

• Long life with low maintenance

• Total solution with masts and brackets

DuraCare

DuraCare bathroom

LumiMotion

• Motion-sensing technology

• Wireless communication

• Stand-alone solution

• Flexible dim down level (down to

20% of initial flux level) as well as

dimming delay

• Detection area can be set according

to requirements

StyliD Compact

Adante LED diffuse

Lumistone

ColorFuse PC

15000 15000

Arano wall mouted

DaySign Pendant single

MiniFlux

Fural LED

eW Cove QLX

In indoor parking places, DuraCare good visibility LED is key to avoid accidents involving both other vehicles and pedestrians. Light levels should also be

functionally high enough to allow easy tracking of a parked vehicle and give good facial recognition to help pedestrians feel secure. Our

robust, low maintenance solutions combined with presence detection offer a complete solution for indoor spaces.

Savio Dynamic light

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DayZone Square

stumble

iColor Tile MX

Luminous Textile

CitySoul LED

LumiMotion

Alternatives Pacific LED

Alternatives

Multi-purpose sensor

CoreView C

Iridium2 LED SmartForm LED

Pacific LED

General lighting

DuraCare Dynalite Sensors DUS 704C

• Available in wallmount

Pacific

• New modules with mid-flux LEDs: • Analogue motion sensor which allow

high lumen packages and improved configurable sensitivity.

efficiency

• Detection area: 9x6 detection area

• Low maintenance costs DuraCare due to long bathroom at 2,4m (ceiling mount version)

lifetime of LEDs

• Eclipse shaped detection area

CitySoul LED

DayZone Square

• Light source is serviceable/upgradeable

• Excellent glare control

Alternatives:

TCW060 C, Pacific TCW216, stumble TMW076

• No segmented click-up bezel

• Interacts with any Building Management

system via Gateway

WaterProof

TCW 060

DaySign Projector

Luminaires used

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5900 5900

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See what more light can do

When it comes to creating better healthcare environments and enhanced

experiences for people in hospitals, we have just begun to explore the

potential. In this section we would like to share some of our ideas with you

on how to improve hospital spaces further, by using the positive effects of

light, in all its aspects.

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What if light could make

a space more versatile?

What if light could tailor a room to specific tasks, activities and interactions?

What if it could increase efficient use of rooms?

Hospital spaces are often used for more than one purpose. For example,

examination rooms that are also used for doctors’ consultations or minor

treatments. Wouldn’t it be great if you could make the same room suitable

for different purposes, just by changing the light settings?

Practical example

Schiphol G7 gate tailors the lighting

conditions to the specific functionality

of the different areas in the airport

boarding process. This results in a

better flow during the waiting, security

check and boarding procedures and

an overall enriched experience.

Inspiration

Optimising unused space –

one room fits all

Use of lighting to create different ambiences

which allows any space within a hospital setting

to be used for multiple purposes, and currently

unused areas to become functional.

Space is often at a premium within hospitals, but

by using lighting creatively, the same area can

serve multiple functions.

For example light can be targeted on a specific

part of the body in an ICU setting. Yet with the

help of creative lighting the same space could

also allow breastfeeding mothers to lactate,

function as a discussion or calming room, and act

as a staff relaxation/sleep room. With the lights

brightened, it could equally serve to energise

staff before a shift.

If you take this idea to its logical conclusion, there

is even a possibility that hospital buildings per se

will become redundant, since any space could be

converted into a care setting.

Personalised spaces –

greater versatility and efficiency

Lighting that can be instantly personalised to suit

the patient’s preferences.

Where space is at a premium, the use of lighting

increases versatility and therefore efficiency.

Patients can change the light ambience in their

own room at the flick of a switch, or subtle

lighting effects can be used to enhance the

colour of certain areas of the care facility.

Healthcare is a market and institutions are

in direct competition with each other. Using

lighting that makes patients feel emotionally

more comfortable is one way for institutions to

differentiate themselves from the competition.

Lighting could be an integrated part of the

care package, because its effects may ultimately

reduce drug dosage and accelerate recovery.

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What if light could influence

your perception of time?

What if light could influence your perception of how long something takes?

People in hospital waiting rooms are not just waiting. They often feel worried,

anxious and insecure and the minutes of waiting can seem like hours. But imagine

the difference that could be made if the waiting environment was so interesting,

relaxing or had such welcome distractions that waiting time felt shorter.

Scientific evidence

Research from the University of

Twente indicates that subjective

perception of waiting time at

railway stations is influenced by

lighting conditions. It was found that

passengers estimate the waiting time

as being shorter when warm colours

in combination with dimmed lighting is

used, compared to cooler colours and

a more intense lighting.

Inspiration

Calming waiting area light for patients

A waiting room light that has a calming effect

on patients before their consultation.

Patients can become agitated by long waiting

times and a lack of information if appointments

are running late. This does not leave them in

the best frame of mind when they do see

the doctor.

To manage waiting times, lighting could be

installed in waiting rooms which changes as

patients move through the queue to indicate

how long they still have to go. The calming effect

of the lighting would ensure patients are relaxed

and alert during their consultation and thus

more able to absorb information.

Patients could be issued with an RFID tag on

arrival and their wait managed by an information

kiosk which can detect who they are.

The solution could be geared to help people

pass the time in the waiting area and create

a perception of not having waited long.

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What if light could guide you

and help you orientate?

What if light could help you navigate?

What if it could help form an overall picture of your environment?

Picture yourself on your way to visit your child or your partner, who is staying in

hospital. In an unfamiliar building with many corridors, you would naturally want to

find your way as quickly as possible. An environment with lighting that also helps

with orientation and wayfinding would be incredibly helpful in this situation.

Practical example

The Stumble Light is a motionactivated

lighting device which creates

a path from the bed to the bathroom

with just enough light to enable a safe

journey and prevent you from falling.

A trip to the bathroom in unfamiliar

surroundings becomes less perilous

for people who are hesitant to turn

on the room lights for fear of not

being able to return to sleep.

Inspiration

Guiding milestones – lighting landmarks

Lighting used as an attractive and clear

waymarker to guide patients and visitors to

where they need to be.

Navigating through a large and unfamiliar hospital

complex can be daunting. Giving people clear,

visual landmarks or recognition points makes

it easier for them to find their way or follow

directions. Light can be an aesthetically-pleasing

way to create visible yet, if need be, unobtrusive

markers without taking up too much space in

already crowded corridors.

Spotlights could equally be used to brand or

co-brand the care facility and thus increase

awareness and possibly generate revenue.

Navigating by smart phone using

modulated light

A smart phone app can be used for guiding

people, determining locations, tracking people

or valuable equipment.

Luminaires contain specific data, i.e. identifiers,

which are a kind of ‘GPS coordinates’. Each

light point in the care facility has a different

identifier which is not visible to the naked eye.

A dedicated app on an iPhone or Android

device detects these identifiers and shows the

user where they are at that moment, how to

get to where they need to be, and points of

interest along the way.

Because the identifiers are emitted from the

light, no GPS or mobile network connection

is needed – potentially very important inside

hospital buildings.

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What if light could

activate and energise you?

What if light could propel you into action?

What if it could support vitality?

Did you know that how we experience the different seasons has a lot to do with

light? For example, most people usually feel much more energetic in spring and

summer compared to autumn and winter. Hospital staff and patients alike can

really benefit from the energising effects of light, which complement our natural

biological rhythms.

Scientific evidence

Blue enriched white light in the

workplace improves self-reported

alertness, performance and experience

of evening fatigue.

University of Surrey research

Frequency of prescription-dispensing

errors is reduced when work surface

light levels are relatively high. But suboptimal

lighting intensity (too dark or too

bright) leads to an increase in errors.

Buchanan et al., 1991

Inspiration

Mobile light therapy clinic – the light bus

A mobile bus to provide a light boost where

there is little natural sunlight and also to act as

a vehicle to promote Philips lighting products.

Sunlight is crucial in preventing issues such

as seasonal affective disorder and insomnia.

A mobile light therapy clinic (possibly a bus

organised in partnership with a vehicle company

and/or a medical facility) could travel to different

locations and act as a locally-accessible therapy

and meeting place. Typical areas of use would be

in Nordic countries where there is little winter

sunlight, or in urban areas to encourage people

out of their homes.

Such a mobile location could also act as a

platform to promote lighting products for

domestic use.

Light therapy courses could be organised to

educate care providers. Communities could

organise their own light therapy get-togethers

to promote overall well-being.

Break rooms for regeneration – light hammam

Light solutions to create a space in which staff

can relax and reenergise between shifts and take

a step back from the hectic pace of the hospital.

A hammam-inspired rest room could replace the

traditional staff room as an oasis for relaxation

and a place to socialise.

Special light settings and programs will adjust the

ambience to actively promote regeneration in an

area away from the work floor.

Better wellbeing as the result of frequent

and regenerating rest periods will increase

productivity and staff satisfaction levels, resulting

in increased efficiency, fewer errors and greater

job satisfaction. And happy staff means happy

patients and better quality care!

The hammam concept could be replicated in, for

example, shopping centres or other public places

to promote general wellbeing of the population.

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Top tips for specifying LEDs

Standardising the performance criteria for LED luminaires

The rise of LED lighting is driving a significant transformation of our lighting

industry – offering flexibility, creativity, programmability and energy efficiency.

But standards vary tremendously. In recent years the

lighting market has been flooded by a vast number

of new and unproven entrants. Some making claims

about their products’ performance that don’t stand

up to scrutiny, while established manufacturers

stand by their track records. Who to believe? As

things stand, it can be difficult to know whom to

trust to deliver on their promises, which potentially

undermines the whole LED lighting industry.

A CELMA guiding paper published in November

2011 aims to help bring clarity by introducing a

universal set of quality criteria described in two

IEC/ PAS documents. As a user of LED luminaires it

is important to apply the same set of standardised,

comparable quality criteria when evaluating

manufacturers’ claims. LED luminaire specifications

should always be measured against these.

There are three elements that can be standardised:

technical definitions, measurement methods

and limiting values. The IEC/PAS performance

requirement documents describe the definition of

quality criteria and the way to measure them. This

means you will now be able to judge claims on an

equal, like-for-like basis – creating a ‘level playing

field’ that truly serves the interests of end-users,

specifiers, designers and manufacturers.

The IEC/PAS documents suggest the following list

of quality criteria to be considered when evaluating

manufacturer’s claims:

a) Rated input power

b) Rated luminous flux

c) LED luminaire efficacy

d) Luminous intensity distribution

e) Photometric code

f) Correlated Colour Temperature (CCT)

g) Rated Colour Rendering Index (CRI)

h) Rated chromaticity co-ordinate values both initial

and maintained

i) Lumen maintenance code

j) Rated life (in h) of the LED module and the associated

rated lumen maintenance (Lx)

k) Failure fraction (Fy), corresponding to the rated life

of the LED module in the luminaire

l) Ambient temperature (tq) for a luminaire.

A brief summary of the different quality criteria:

a) Rated input power

The rated input power shows the amount of energy

consumed by a luminaire, including its power supply.

It is expressed in watts.

b) Rated luminous flux

It corresponds to the light emitted by the luminaire which

is expressed in lumen (unit of light output).

It is expressed in lumens.

c) LED luminaire efficacy

The measured initial luminous flux divided by the

measured initial input power of the same individual

LED luminaire. It is expressed in lumens per watt.

d) Luminous intensity distribution

The spatial distribution of the luminous flux graphically

depicted in a luminous intensity distribution curve, which is

usually expressed in a polar coordinate diagram representing

the light intensity as a function of angle about a light source.

It is expressed in cd = lm × sr-1.

e) Photometric code

A six digit photometric code that displays the important

‘quality of light’ parameters: CRI, CCT, chromaticity

co-ordinates and luminous flux.

f) Rated Colour Rendering Index (CRI)

The colour rendering of a LED module giving white

light is the effect on the colour appearance of objects

by conscious or subconscious comparison with their colour

appearance under a reference illuminant.

g) Correlated Colour Temperature (CCT)

The colour temperature of a LED module giving white

light is determined by comparing the light emitted by the

LED module with light of an ideal black-body radiator at

the given temperature. It is expressed in Kelvin.

h) Rated chromaticity co-ordinate values both initial

and maintained.

The behaviour of the chromaticity co-ordinates of a LED

module expressed in two measurement results of both

initial and maintained chromaticity co-ordinates.

i) Lumen maintenance code

The measured initial luminous flux (initial value) is normalised

to 100% and used as the first data point for determining the

LED module life. The maintained luminous flux (maintained

value) is measured at 25 %

of rated life time up to a maximum of 6.000 hours

and expressed as percentage of the initial value.

The maintained value determines the lumen

maintenance code.

j) Rated life of the LED module and the associated rated lumen

maintenance (Lx).

The length of time during which a population of LED modules

provides more than the claimed percentage (x) of the initial

luminous flux always published in combination with the failure

fraction. It is expressed in hours.

k) Failure fraction (Fy), corresponding to the rated life of the

LED module in the luminaire.

The percentage (y) of a number of LED modules of the same

type at their rated life designates the percentage (fraction) of

failures. This failure fraction expresses the combined effect of

all components of a module including mechanical, as far as the

light output is concerned. The effect of the LED could either

be less light than claimed or no light at all.

l) Ambient temperature (tq) for a luminaire.

The ambient temperature around the luminaire related to

the specified performance. For a given performance claim

the ambient temperature (tq) is a fixed value. It is possible to

specify performance claims at different ambient temperatures.

It is expressed in degrees Celsius.

Note: please be aware that you have to make sure that the

tq shall be in accordance with the actual application where

the LED luminaire will be used.

For more information see: ‘Apples and pears – a CELMA guiding

paper: why standardisation of performance criteria for LED

luminaries is important’.

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Luminous textile

Bring spaces alive

Together with partner Kvadrat Soft Cells, we have developed the luminous textile.

This design solution offers endless possibilities as an architectural building component,

to create multi-faceted interior atmospheres. All thanks to a customised system of

panels covered with Kvadrat textiles, multi-coloured LEDs and dynamic content.

The combination of textile, light and dynamic images

culminates in a unique whole, and is designed around

simplicity of dimensions, flexibility, installation and use.

The architect is able to make large surfaces an integral

part of his or her design.

Luminous Textile

• Freedom of design

• Maximum 18 modules, standard or customised

• Pixel pitch: 60 mm

• Panel Thickness: 127 mm

• Min. & max. size per standard panel: Min. size 0.72m

(increasing with steps 0.60m) to max. size 1.20m x

6.48m

• Min. & max.weight per panel: Min. weight 15kg for

smallest panel to max. weight 67kg for biggest panel

• Power usage: 55 W m2 • Front fabric: Kvadrat textile (8 textures, up to 8

colours per texture)

• Number of mounting points: Mountable with bolts

and magnets for precise mounting per panel. Number

of mounting points depend on panel size

• Number of panels connected: Unlimited number of

panels. Master > slaves, connected via router

• IP rating: Indoor only (IP20)

• Operating temperature range: 5-35°C / 41-95 °F

• Operating max relative humidity range: 95%

(non condensing)

• Input voltage: 100-240 V AC 50/60 Hz

• Acoustic properties: Depending on textile, from ISO

11654 Category D and better

• Light output: 170 cd / m2 • Content included: Access to standard content

included, premium content subscriptions & customised

content possible

• Content management: Content management software

included in price

• System integration: Yes, via KiNet

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An intelligent approach

to lighting – using controls

We understand the importance of getting your lighting right. You need

the right lighting that works for you in every situation to maximise the

potential for positive change.

By switching to an intelligent lighting system that applies the correct level of light as required, you can

move to a sustainable, low impact lighting solution that helps you meet energy consumption, carbon

emissions targets and legislation requirements and can substantially reduce your expenditure, whilst

improving the comfort for patients and staff in hospitals.

The success of any intelligent lighting system depends on three principal factors: system design,

proper commissioning and providing adequate user comfort. All three factors affect user

experience as well as estimated energy savings. Overall, combining several controls strategies can

generate energy savings of 30-55% for a complete building, depending on the application.

Options for energy saving

Limit the use of lighting

Energy usage patterns for a building should reflect the facility occupancy time profile. When traffic in common and

circulation areas is reducing in the evening and at night, light levels may be lowered to levels that still provide a safe and

comfortable working environment and reassuring illuminance of an egress path. Time-based switches are used for after-hours

circulation spaces – lighting that is not required can be automatically switched off or dimmed.

Daylight integration

Natural light has an important bearing on the wellbeing of occupants and is accompanied by their need to be connected

to the world outside. Lighting control solutions enable us to strategically substitute artificial light with natural light, slowly

dimming lights parallel to daylight entry and achieving considerable energy savings.

Low circulation areas

These areas in a hospital are a common source of unnecessary energy usage. Occupancy detection can help to save energy,

by providing light only when and where it is required.

Options for improving comfort and flexibility

Scene setting

Multi-scene controls can be applied in various rooms, for example in examination and treatment rooms, meeting rooms or

other areas where multiple activities and the needs of different users have to be combined in the shared space.

Dynamic lighting recipes

Automated controls are for instance used in spaces where day-rhythms are desired, to mimic the course of natural light

outside. Examples of applications are dynamic lighting in staff rooms and corridors, but this can also be of benefit in, for

example Intensive Care Units where patients, after severe or critical treatment, are often in need of extra support and

orientation during extended recovery times.

Benefits of central control networks

The above-mentioned possibilities can be used locally, on room or department level. Higher levels of networking are also

available, allowing integration of controls on multi-department level or with other building management systems, and even

extended to multiple buildings. Control networks on building management level can connect the data from all luminaires

and thus provide valuable data – like intelligent energy calculation and shared occupancy information. These networks can

also monitor maintenance requirements, based on lamp values, burning hours and error reporting. And they can be coupled

to other systems, like HVAC and blinds, making one interface possible. Centralised control networks can provide optimal

building performance to ensure maximal comfort, easier maintenance and minimum energy usage. They can also help to

maximise flexibility for building owners to enable future expansion or restructuring.

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