LED windows and fake window light panels bring daylight into your rooms
No matter if it’s an interior bathroom, basement or other room with too little natural light, there are many walls where you would like to have a window but cannot. In such cases, an LED lighted window décor or “fake window” can be an easy and inexpensive option to implement. Such an artificial window provides daylight-quality light at the touch of a button and, with a cleverly chosen image, can also make you feel like you’re looking into the distance or that you’re in the middle of nature.
Unlike classic lamps and spotlights, LED window panels provide glare-free, homogeneous lighting, similar to a real window with indirect sunlight. The LED fake illuminated windows are also distinguished by low power consumption compared to the light output. Both the wall element and the built-in LEDs as well as the transformer are replaceable at any time, which contributes to the sustainability of your fake window solution.
To create the illusion of a daylight window, we rely on our proven LED panels. With these, the light from many small LEDs enters the glass from the edge and is then refracted at small, artificially created “defective spots”. This allows it to exit the artificial window evenly.
In front of this LED panel, another glass pane with a printed motif is placed. This way you can create the illusion of a beautiful view from your fake window. The images are freely selectable just like the dimensions. Provided that the quality is sufficient, you can also use pictures from your last vacation, for example.
We speak of a daylight panel when the artificial window has a colour temperature of about 5,500 Kelvin (white point) and a spectral composition corresponding to natural light. However, we can also offer other colours or artificial windows with colour change. With our tunable white LEDs we can simulate the light colour of the sun. Human Centric Lighting (HCL) control takes into account the biological effects of light on human beings. Thanks to the versatility of new LEDs, artificial light can be adapted to the natural patterns of our daily life. So how about sunset mood lighting in the evening, for example?