Healthy Nighttime LED Lighting

When consumed before bedtime or at night, traditional LED lighting affects our circadian rhythms and suppresses melatonin production, which is important for fighting disease. Aurea’s Healthy Nighttime LEDs change all this by providing just the right amount of visual and non-visual light stimulus at night to enhance our sleep and overall health.

Keeps you better rested and improves biological health

Reduces blue light when you need less–at night. Low M/P ratio (0.3) means that our lighting encourages restfulness at night

Maintains energy efficiency

We use mainstream low-cost blue LEDs and convert that light into a healthier light source that’s as energy efficient as ever before.

Delivers high quality light

There’s no need to sacrifice light quality for health. Our panels meet and exceed industry standards for illumination

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