artificial daylight


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artificial daylight

n
(General Physics) physics artificial light having approximately the same spectral characteristics as natural daylight

artificial daylight

Illumination of an intensity greater than the light of a full moon on a clear night. (The optimum illumination is the equivalent of daylight.) See also battlefield illumination.
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All the power that creates this artificial daylight is generated at a single station, and let flow to twenty-five storage centres.
BULB BOOSTERS Throughout the developed world, homes and office buildings flood people with artificial daylight at all hours.
The controlled viewing environment of the lighting booth features five light sources ranging from artificial daylight to UV light, a push-button lamp selector, automatic light source sequencing and a lamp timer to track aging of the primary light source, according to the company.