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Efficient Lighting in a Modern Office

Light can substantially contribute to the quality of space and promote concentration

Ergonomics is no longer just a buzzword – it is essential in the modern workplace. While today's companies and employees have become more sensitized about wellness in the office, a vital component of an ergonomic workstation often falls by the wayside: lighting. Ergonomic lighting is crucial for well-being in the workplace and for preventing Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS), which affects approximately 90% of workers at some point in their careers. CVS symptoms include dry eyes, headaches, and blurred vision.

Inadequate lighting, whether too much or too little, is a significant contributing factor to digital eye strain. When designing healthy workspaces, it's important to remember that each person needs a unique amount of light. While people in their twenties can read a sheet of paper with minimal lighting, those in their sixties need three times as much light to read the same document.



Dual-source lighting, where employees use both overhead lighting and an adjustable task light, provides the perfect amount of light when and where you need it. Adding a task light to each desk reduces eye strain by providing an optimal light source at all times. Whether the employee needs to read a paper document or do computer-based work, you can adjust the brightness of the light accordingly.

In addition to the physical benefits, dual-source lighting can also have a positive financial and environmental impact. By reducing the need for excessive overhead lighting and using LED light sources, businesses can save on electricity bills and become more energy efficient. LED lights are better for the environment because the power consumption is drastically less than a standard light bulb.



Visual benefits of having a dual monitor

It is currently proven that a larger screen monitor positively affects work performance.

The normal thing is to spend a third of the day in front of the screens. Desktop monitors allow for better ergonomics, so their use could help reduce fatigue and cases of back and neck pain. However, like other electronic devices, monitors emit a dim blue light that can strain your eyes when viewed for long periods. Therefore, it is essential to choose monitors with low blue light and flicker-free technology for optimal viewing comfort.



Now that many are working from home, optimizing office spaces is a current trend that doesn't seem like it will go out of style quickly. Just as ergonomic chairs are an absolute necessity today, height-adjustable monitors and dual screens are becoming more and more popular. After all, desktop monitors are the easiest step toward creating a healthy, productive, and creative work environment.

The work lights can be easily adjusted in brightness and distance to meet the lighting needs of each user, resulting in a healthier and more comfortable workplace.