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Publication numberDE3526590 A1
Publication typeApplication
Application numberDE19853526590
Publication date2 Jan 1986
Filing date25 Jul 1985
Priority date25 Jul 1985
Publication number19853526590, 853526590, DE 3526590 A1, DE 3526590A1, DE-A1-3526590, DE19853526590, DE3526590 A1, DE3526590A1, DE853526590
InventorsDes Erfinders Auf Nennung Verzicht
ApplicantZinnecker Elisabeth
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: DPMA, Espacenet
Method and arrangement for controlling an illumination system
DE 3526590 A1
Abstract
In the case of an illumination system (4), in a room (1) to which daylight has access, disturbances resulting from the different colour temperatures of the daylight (3) and of the artificial illumination (5) are avoided in that the colour temperature of the daylight is measured and the colour temperature of the artificial illumination is followed up in a corresponding manner, for example by switching light sources (8, 9, 10) of different colour temperature on or off or by opposingly brightening or dimming such light sources, it being possible to keep the overall illumination intensity constant, or by using light sources having a controllable colour temperature. <IMAGE>
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Classifications
International ClassificationH05B41/392
Cooperative ClassificationH05B41/3922
European ClassificationH05B41/392D2
Legal Events
DateCodeEventDescription
2 Jan 1986OAVApplicant agreed to the publication of the unexamined application as to paragraph 31 lit. 2 z1
3 Jul 19868127New person/name/address of the applicant
Owner name: ZINNECKER, ELISABETH, 7893 JESTETTEN, DE
10 Jul 19868181Inventor (new situation)
Free format text: ANTRAG AUF TEILNICHTNENNUNG
6 Oct 19888110Request for examination paragraph 44
27 Oct 19888181Inventor (new situation)
Free format text: JAEKEL, GEB. HARTENSTEIN, BRIGITTE, DR.RER.NAT., 7408 KUSTERDINGEN, DE PASCHEDAG, HANSJOACHIM, DIPL.-MATH., MAENNEDORF, CH
24 Aug 19898131Rejection