Ask room set

For meeting rooms

Increase alertness and productivity during meetings and workshops through the ready-made Ask set, creating a Biocentric lighting environment for the people around a meeting room table.

Ask room lighting set for meeting rooms
Ask room lighting set for meeting rooms

The Ask set consists of:

  • Ask ceiling panel and Tyr spot luminaires
  • A Biocentric lighting control box
  • A wireless light switch
  • A dynamic light recipe designed for office use

Depending on the size of your table, you can choose between different numbers of luminaires.

Biocentric lighting ceiling panels Ask and spotlights Tyr create a complete light environment for the entire room. A Biocentric lighting environment is provided for the people sitting around the meeting room table. Simply mount the luminaires in the drop-down ceiling, plug in the power and mount the wireless switch. The light switch uses an energy-harvesting technology where the energy needed to control the light is generated with the push of a button. No cables, no batteries and it can be placed anywhere. 

Biocentric lighting luminaires included in this set:

Ask

Ask

Ask is our best-selling luminaire and forms the basis of many installations. With a wide light spectrum between 2700K and 7300K, it creates a dynamic light environment with many possibilities.

Tyr

Tyr

Tyr is a built-in spot with a slightly lower brightness to be able to create BCL environments with a wider light dimension. It is often used as accent lighting in combination with brighter luminaires.

2x Ask + 4x Tyr

Table size

up to 2m

Seats

up to 6

BCL impact facing table

>350 lux mEDI / 0,41CS

Ask 2+4

4x ASK + 4x TYR

Table size

up to 3,2m

Seats

up to 10

BCL Impact facing table

>400 lux mEDI / 0,43 CS

Ask Set by BrainLit 4+4

6x Ask + 6x Tyr

Table size

up to 5,2m

Seats

up to 16

BCL Impact facing table

>550 lux mEDI / 0,47 CS

Ask Set by BrainLit 6+6

What's mEDI?

The two most common circadian metrics used to measure and communicate the impact of light on one’s circadian rhythm are Melanopic Equivalent Daylight Illuminance (m-EDI) and Circadian Stimulus (CS). Different building and light standards use different metrics for lighting requirements. The building standard WELL recommends at least 250 lux m-EDI for at least 2 hours every day to support the circadian rhythm.