Different colour temperatures are used to enhance the attractiveness of goods, good CRI for showing real colours. Accent and contrast lighting guides on a visual journey, while great lighting uniformity provides visual comfort. That's how stimulating supermarkets work.
Supermarkets are places where customers can find everything they need for their daily lives under one roof. As shopping is an emotional and sensory activity in which lighting plays a key role, it is vital that the lighting be designed with the utmost care and thought.
DIRECT LIGHT WHERE IT'S NEEDED
Colour perception is probably the most important visual parameter in retail environments because it influences our opinion of goods, whether we buy them or not, and even our impression of the store itself. Every type of light source renders colours differently, so it is important to choose those offering the best CRI properties.
Applying different modules inside the luminaires allow us to add the suitable CCT of white light from warm through neutral to cold to different areas of the store. At the moment we offer the following modules:
- Fruits and vegetables
- Cheese, bread and pastries
- Meat, cold cuts and poultry
- Fish, frozen products and dairy
STRONG COMBINATION OF FUNCTIONALITIES
A supermarket requires not only the right lighting for each specific area but also an easy-to-manage control system with sensors that guarantee energy saving. Presence detectors are implemented in the storage, in the refrigerator room and in the offices to make sure lighting is used only where needed. Daylight sensor ensure the maximum usage of available natural light. Time-based control is ideal for the automatic switching and dimming of lighting according to a schedule using pre-defined lighting scenes.