Presented by the Designers Lighting Forum of New York

Virtual Monday March 6th
In-person March 7–8, 2023
New York Hilton Midtown, New York City

2021 How Green Light Can Maximize the Quality of Tunable White

How Green Light Can Maximize the Quality of Tunable White

Neil Cannon, LEDdynamics, Inc.

Wednesday
August 18, 2021

5:00pm – 6:00pm ET

Credit
1 LU Elective

Intermediate

The evolution of LED technology and human health & wellness is coalescing into a shift from monochromatic light to tunable white. Using green correction in a tunable white system can replicate the Correlated Color Temperature (CCT), Spectral Power Distribution (SPD) and Color Rendering Index (CRI) of ideal sunlight over the course of a day to help keep the human body synchronized to the time of day when not being adequately exposed to actual sunlight.

Learning Objectives
1. Understand how our mind and bodies rely on sunlight throughout a day.
2. Learn why CCT is compromised with traditional linear tunable white LED systems.
3. Find out how green light can fix tunable white CCT error.
4. See how green correction improves scotopic efficacy and CRI of a tunable white system.

SPEAKER

Neil Cannon
CEO, LEDdynamics, Inc.

Mr. Neil Cannon has over twenty-seven years of experience in growth companies. He gained early business and technology acumen in semiconductors and communications with Siemens Fiber Optics; subsequently part of the spin-off of Infineon Technologies. His career includes management positions and lead roles in equity financing with startup companies in the fields of LED lighting, IoT and fiber optics industries. He was an early investor and a board member at Albeo Technologies, Inc. He served as Executive Vice President of Business Development through the acquisition of Albeo by GE lighting. Prior to Albeo, Mr. Cannon held the position of Vice President of Advanced Development at Picolight Incorporated which was acquired by JDSU. He has been awarded four (4) US patents in lighting and electro-optic devices, and holds both a BA and MS in Engineering from Dartmouth College.

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