Compared Lighting of Fluorescent Lamps with that LED devices for optimal habitability of classrooms

Authors

  • Oscar Enrique Tang Cruz
  • Luis Shuseki Yoza Yoza
  • Hernan Oscar Cortez Gutierrez
  • Ricardo Otilio Verde Vera
  • Juan Manuel Pesantes Rojas
  • Eusebio Idelmo Cisneros Tarmeño
  • Jorge Luis Lozano Rodriguez
  • Milagros Rocio Menacho Angeles
  • John Daniel Tang Cruz

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.46932/sfjdv2n1-076

Keywords:

pedagogical habitability, LED lighting, fluorescent lighting, optic nerve, sustainability

Abstract

One of main shortcomings, frequently found, in national university classrooms is their deficient and insufficient lighting, and the quality of the devices that produce it, mostly of the fluorescent type, which are not without significant physiological drawbacks, including their harmful effect on the optic nerve of users, when its application is continuous and long term. This research was limited only to the aspect of sufficient and appropriate lighting of the classroom, moreover, it did so from the perspective of the type of lamp or luminaire most convenient for the optimal lighting of the UNALM classrooms, according to the current state of lighting technology, identified the factors that make it possible to maximize the degree of pedagogical habitability of the UNALM classrooms, and also minimization of their environmental impact and their concomitant energy cost.

Published

2021-05-05

How to Cite

Cruz, O. E. T. ., Yoza, L. S. Y. ., Gutierrez, H. O. C. ., Vera, R. O. V. ., Rojas, J. M. P. ., Tarmeño, E. I. C. ., Rodriguez, J. L. L. ., Angeles, M. R. M. ., & Cruz, J. D. T. . (2021). Compared Lighting of Fluorescent Lamps with that LED devices for optimal habitability of classrooms. South Florida Journal of Development, 2(1), 1040–1065. https://doi.org/10.46932/sfjdv2n1-076

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