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What is Hybrid Solar Lighting

What is Hybrid Solar Lighting (HSL)?

Hybrid Solar Lighting systems are lighting systems that combine the usage of sunlight and artificial light to illuminate an area by sending sunlight through optic fiber cables. This is usually done to provide solar light to rooms without any skylight or windows and this light is supplemented with artificial lights as necessary. In this system, the optical fibers are designed to end in hybrid luminaries so that sunlight can be replaced with electric light based on the amount of available sunlight.

Hybrid Solar Lighting systems are becoming more popular in New Mexico due to the slew of benefits they provide such as reduced energy consumption, constant lighting, delivering the benefits of natural lighting, and very little generation of waste heat. HSLs are admittedly not perfect as yet as they still cannot carry light over large distances. This is why the technology works best in rooms closer to the roof. They are currently ideal for one-story buildings and small homes.

How do Hybrid Solar Lighting work?

Hybrid Solar Lighting systems consist of a large primary, parabolic mirror, and a smaller secondary mirror. The mirrors are designed in a manner that they transmit the visible light spectrum of sunlight into the optical fibers. The mirrors are a part of the larger of the solar collector system. The solar collectors are connected to a building via pipes, and it is preferable that these collectors are directly above the main lighting fixtures. A traditional electronic dimming ballast and a control system are used to regulate the level of electric lighting and decrease load appropriately.

The fiber optics used in Hybrid Solar Lighting systems are thicker than most fiber optics and resemble the fibers used in medical endoscopes. Each mirror always turns to follow the direction of sunlight and each dish feeds light into hybrid light fittings. These fittings are known as luminaries and they blend or mix the incoming sunlight with the artificial light source. They are engineered to distribute light evenly across directions as required.

Hybrid Solar Lighting save energy and reduce heat

Hybrid Solar Lighting are more energy efficient than CFLs and incandescent lighting systems. They also deliver the visible light from sunlight and simultaneously block out the infrared and ultraviolet light. In effect, this reduces heat dispersion around the building and HSLs do not warm a building as much as CFLs or incandescent. HSLs are more efficient than natural skylights as they are less
(HSL)?

Hybrid Solar Lighting systems are lighting systems that combine the usage of sunlight and artificial light to illuminate an area by sending sunlight through optic fiber cables. This is usually done to provide solar light to rooms without any skylight or windows and this light is supplemented with artificial lights as necessary. In this system, the optical fibers are designed to end in hybrid luminaries so that sunlight can be replaced with electric light based on the amount of available sunlight.

Hybrid Solar Lighting systems are becoming more popular in New Mexico due to the slew of benefits they provide such as reduced energy consumption, constant lighting, delivering the benefits of natural lighting, and very little generation of waste heat. HSLs are admittedly not perfect as yet as they still cannot carry light over large distances. This is why the technology works best in rooms closer to the roof. They are currently ideal for one-story buildings and small homes.

How do Hybrid Solar Lighting work?

Hybrid Solar Lighting systems consist of a large primary, parabolic mirror, and a smaller secondary mirror. The mirrors are designed in a manner that they transmit the visible light spectrum of sunlight into the optical fibers. The mirrors are a part of the larger of the solar collector system. The solar collectors are connected to a building via pipes, and it is preferable that these collectors are directly above the main lighting fixtures. A traditional electronic dimming ballast and a control system are used to regulate the level of electric lighting and decrease load appropriately.

The fiber optics used in Hybrid Solar Lighting systems are thicker than most fiber optics and resemble the fibers used in medical endoscopes. Each mirror always turns to follow the direction of sunlight and each dish feeds light into hybrid light fittings. These fittings are known as luminaries and they blend or mix the incoming sunlight with the artificial light source. They are engineered to distribute light evenly across directions as required.

Hybrid Solar Lighting save energy and reduce heat

Hybrid Solar Lighting are more energy efficient than CFLs and incandescent lighting systems. They also deliver the visible light from sunlight and simultaneously block out the infrared and ultraviolet light. In effect, this reduces heat dispersion around the building and HSLs do not warm a building as much as CFLs or incandescent. HSLs are more efficient than natural skylights as they are less