artificial daylight


Also found in: Thesaurus, Medical, Legal, Encyclopedia.

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.
References in classic literature ?
All the power that creates this artificial daylight is generated at a single station, and let flow to twenty-five storage centres.
These lights shifted in brightness from that of candlelight to that of artificial daylight according to real-time fluctuations in gold prices from different exchanges around the world, setting aglow seven inky-black acrylic panels from 2015 that lined the gallery walls.
"D65" artificial daylight - lamp with color temperature of 6500 K.