Lighting drivers convert incoming AC power to the proper DC voltage and regulate the current/voltage flowing through the lamp during operation. There have been current developments in neonatal intensive care units in hospitals where Hugs Infant Security Systems directly inform caregivers of the locations and movements of new born infants .
Problem: The Hugs Infant Security system runs on 217 MHz; however, this is the same frequency that some drivers operate at and these drivers can create detrimental interference. Poor dimming interfaces can also create issues related to the LED drivers. The drivers can create flicker. Whether visible or invisible to the human eye, flicker can trigger headaches, migraines, fatigue, epilepsy, and other neurological responses and has even been found to reduce reading performance .
- Specify drivers that eliminate flicker at all levels – visible and visible
- Specify LED drivers that are dimming-friendly
- Program drivers to provide constant light output
- Specify drivers that can manage the operation frequency of the Hug Infant Security Systems
- Propose AWA specified scanner in all hospital room types to gather information on the different types of energy frequencies that are emitted from equipment in those rooms
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