Lighting level and visual task area

The task of daylight-dependent light regulation/light control is to save energy while ensuring that all visual task areas in the room are supplied with sufficient amounts of daylight at all times. To implement light management, it is therefore expedient to first analyse the spatial distribution of the visual task, to then group it with regard to luminaire arrangement and to determine the position of assigned sensors.

The following offers three typical examples to depict the path to making a decision.