CURRENT LIGHTING SYSTEMS AS ENERGY CONSERVATION RESOURCE
The main directions of the light engineering current development in the part of the energy-efficient lighting systems creation for various purposes have been highlighted. The questions of "hybrid" lighting systems creation and use, including the use of sunlight with the help of fiber optic forms and an additional LED module, have been considered.
The promising direction of energy saving in lighting, which provides the greatest effect, is the use of a combined lighting system (SPO). This is a complex solution to the problem of the formation highest quality light environment and high energy efficiency lighting systems, which integrate into a single complex natural lighting resources and energy efficient lighting.
The purpose of the publication is to demonstrate the promise of the development concept for the creation of combined lighting systems on the basis of modern natural lighting systems, which form the base module for a hybrid lamp.
Solar lighting systems - energy saving lighting equipment that spends natural sunlight by the light wind through the roof in the interior space, where there is no possibility to put windows or insufficient daylight. Solar lighting systems are fully entitled to the category of "green" technologies, and buildings equipped with them and complying with the requirements for natural light, go into the category of "green", that is, environmental, reducing the negative impact on the environment.
The further development of hybrid systems involves the realization of the urgent need in universal source of light by premises lighting of a large area with high ceilings, providing a smooth and imperceptible for the eye adjustment and maintaining a constant level of illumination throughout the day.
Keywords: lighting, natural light, artificial lighting, solar energy, control systems, LEDs, fiber optics, alternative power engineering.
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