Savant Partners With USAI Lighting for Daylight Mode

Savant wellnessSavant has partnered with USAI Lighting to debut a feature called Daylight Mode, which can align lighting schemes to match the natural circadian progression based on time-of-day. Designed to promote healthy living, Daylight Mode can be personalized by each user to suit individual lifestyle and situational changes. Savant Daylight Mode is available now.

Daylight Mode relies on the Savant App to suggest a circadian curve based upon scientific data that highlights time-of-day settings for color temperature and lighting intensity shifts throughout the progression of each day. The Savant app intelligently adjusts for related factors such as geography, time zone and season. Beyond the scientific defaults, users can effortlessly personalize their lighting experience by adjusting timing, intensity and color temperature settings to perfectly suit their daily habits. Users can turn on and off Daylight Mode in specific rooms of the home from within the Savant App, plus have keypad buttons to instantly override circadian settings for specific task lighting, entertainment settings and more.

Any Savant Scene can include Daylight Mode settings, providing users with instant access at the touch of a button. As the homeowner recalls a kitchen scene at 10 AM, it will command the lighting to come on that intensity and cool color temperature aligned with that time of day. The same Savant Scene activated at 8 PM will result in lighting settings that are in accordance with the evening hours, maintaining circadian rhythm and a healthier cycle. Daylight Mode can be easily overridden as needed for specific tasks, events or mood lighting. Here’s a video that describes it well:

In order to support these features, Savant has created a lighting and energy education space within the Savant Experience Center, designed to provide integrators and their clients with a firsthand look at wellness, lighting and energy automation features for enhanced living.

Savant’s Daylight Mode is described here.