Dynamic daylight in the long corridors is giving a light and friendly impression of the medical center in Brørup (Jutland).
Brørup medical center is a relatively large medical center with a total of 13 people, including six doctors. The building is approx. 650 m2 large and in connection with a renovation of the centre the existing skylights were covered by new ceilings. The result was unfortunately quite long and relatively dark corridors.
With 8 new "skylights" consisting of 4 daylight luminaires in each shaft, it has been succeeded to get daylight into the building and giving an overall bright, friendly and welcoming impression of the centre for both patients and staff.
In the two corridors going right through the building there has been installed a total of 32, 60x60 cm large, 4-colour LED daylight luminaires - mounted in groups of 4 luminaires as a single "roof window" or skylight. All daylight luminaires emit broad-spectered dynamic daylight made of white and multi-coloured LED.
The LED daylight luminaires are controlled the Luxstat LED Wireless Controllers and together with wireless push-buttons and a remote control the lighting can be controlled by the user. The light can be dimmed up/ down and via the remote control the user can choose between different light scenarios. Thus it is possible to obtain good comfort and functions needed for the users of the centre.
The LED luminaires are supplied with 230 V, while all communication between the Luxstat LED Wireless Control and the control module in the LED luminaires is done wirelessly – in order to switch on/off, dim and to choose the light scenario wanted.
The Luxstat LED Wireless Control wirelessly controls the 32 LED daylight luminaires. All LED luminaires are equipped with the Servodan Wireless Luminaire Control and 230 V/24 V power supply. The system also includes wireless push-buttons and a remote control in order to manually turn on, off and dim the light. Via the remote control is also possible to choose between different light scenarios.