physiological light

The primary goal of PEGASUS Systems is to bring the lighting situation in our customer’s premises in line with the circadian cycle of natural daylight , to depict the adjusted lighting situation that has been developed in the existing rooms and to use the highest color rendering index (CRI/Ra) . Lighting products for this area are more and more available in the trade, but the customer has so far only had minimal or no opportunity to intervene in the programming process. These daylight-controlled LED luminaires cover the light spectrum of daylight through the use of LEDs, but there is still no innovative LED sensor hub that can map daylight via sensors in your rooms in order to increase your well-being. It has been proven that LEDs with a daylight spectrum increase the physiological well-being of patients, employees or you and thus provide significant overall health, physiological and economic added value.

The term circadian rhythm was first used in 1959 by Franz Halberg and describes the “internal clock” of biological life forms. The circadian rhythm helps an organism to adjust to daily recurring phenomena and controls, among other things, the heart rate, the sleep-wake rhythm, the blood pressure, the body temperature and essentially determines the willingness of the organism to perform. Plant-based forms of experience also show circadian rhythms (see licht.wissen 19 of the Gutes Licht – support group).

The Nobel Prize 2017 for Physiology or Medicine marks a scientific milestone in the study of how our “Internal clock” out. The well-known price thus also underlines the Importance of current lighting concepts such as Human Centric Lighting (HCL) that take into account visual, biological and emotional aspects for the benefit of people.

We see it as our mission to promote your feel-good factor with our LED lighting solutions

and to convey to you the often underestimated health aspect of light in a joyful and luminous way.