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        This TL5 lamp (tube diameter 16 mm) delivers blue-enriched white light. Scientific studies prove that ActiViva lamps make people feel more vital and energized. This lamp offers an optimal balance between light for vision and for well-being. An ideal solution for areas where incident daylight is limited. Application areas include schools, industry, offices and homes for the elderly. The ActiViva lamp is used in the Philips SchoolVision solution, which improves children's performance.


        Enhanced blue light content positively influences well-being
        ActiViva lighting makes people feel more alert, awake and energized
        ActiViva lamps can be used to expand the color range of Dynamic Lighting luminaires


        Light spectrum with an optimal balance between light for vision and blue light
        ActiViva Active contains 85% more blue light than daylight
        ActiViva Natural contains 25% more blue light than daylight


        Indoor working areas (offices, call centers, industry, schools, healthcare etc.), especially where an energizing environment needs to be created
        ActiViva can be used to enhance the circadian rhythm of people who work in night shifts
        ActiViva Active is recommended for use in indirect lighting when total areas are equipped
        ActiViva Natural can be combined well with other light sources in existing installations
        For best results and optimal convenience total areas should be equipped on retrofitting

        Warning & Safety

        A lamp breaking is extremely unlikely to have any impact on your health. If a lamp breaks, ventilate the room for 30 minutes and remove the parts, preferably with gloves. Put them in a sealed plastic bag and take it to your local waste facilities for recycling. Do not use a vacuum cleaner.
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