Often overlooked, lighting is a key component of an ergonomic workspace. Although general lighting can be dimmed, we need direct lighting for certain tasks. For example, our eyes need 20 times more light for reading documents on paper than for computer reading.

Office lamps reduce eye strain, improve computer reading comfort and reduce energy consumption and costs. Also, some office lamps are equipped with dimmers and presence sensors that allow automatic lights to go out and save energy when you leave the room.

Ceiling lighting is one of the most energy-intensive sources of energy. The installation of energy-efficient office lamps at each workstation generally reduces the use of ceiling lighting, energy consumption and costs.

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