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1. WO2020114894 - CRISP WHITE TUNING

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CLAIMS:

1. A lighting system (1000) configured to provide lighting system light (1001), the lighting system (1000) comprising:

a first light source (10) configured to generate first light source light (11) having an emission band with a peak wavelength selected from the range of 380-420 nm;

a second light source (20) configured to generate second light source light (21), spectrally different from the first light source light (11), having an emission band with a peak wavelength selected from the range of 425-440 nm;

a third light source (30) configured to generate third light source light (31), spectrally different from the first light source light (11) and from the second light source light (21), having an emission band with a peak wavelength selected from the range of 445-465 nm;

a luminescent material (200) configured to convert part of one or more of the first light source light (11), the second light source light (21) and the third light source light (31) into luminescent material light (201) having an emission with one or more emission wavelengths selected from the range of 530-700 nm; and

a control system (160) configured to control the lighting system light (1001) in a controlling mode wherein white lighting system light (1001) is provided, wherein the white lighting system light (1001) comprises the first light source light (11), the third light source light (31), and the luminescent material light (201), and optionally the second light source light (21), wherein the control system (160) is further adapted to produce in a controlling mode a ratio A’ of the integral spectral power distribution of lighting system light (1001) of the wavelength range from 380 to 430 nm to the integral spectral power distribution of the total output of the lighting device light (1001) defined by:

^'=({«0° (430 -l)E(l)άl)K\I E(l)άl)

wherein E(l) is the integral spectral power distribution and l the wavelength, wherein 0.6 < A’ < 3, and wherein the control system (160) is configured to maintain in a controlling mode one or more of the color point, the color temperature, and the color rendering index of the lighting system light, within predetermined ranges of +/- 10 % of predetermined values, respectively, while allowing A’ to vary as function of one or more of time, a sensor signal, and user input.

2. The lighting system (1000) according to claim 1, wherein the lighting system (1000) further comprises a fourth light source (40) configured to generate fourth light source light (41) having an emission band with one or more wavelengths selected from the range of 590-680 nm.

3. The lighting system (1000) according to any one of the preceding claims 1-2, wherein the luminescent material (200) comprises (i) a first luminescent material (210) configured to convert part of one or more of the first light source light (11), the second light source light (21), and the third light source light (31) into first luminescent material light (211) having an emission with one or more wavelengths selected from the range of 530-590 nm, and (ii) a second luminescent material (220) configured to configured to convert part of one or more of the first light source light (11), the second light source light (21), and the third light source light (31) into second luminescent material light (221), spectrally different from the first luminescent material light (211), having an emission with one or more wavelengths selected from the range of 590-680 nm.

4. The lighting system (1000) according to any of the preceding claims, wherein the first luminescent material (220) having an excitation spectrum with a peak maximum, wherein the peak maximum has a wavelength larger than the peak wavelength of the second light source (20).

5. The lighting system (1000) according to claim 3, wherein the first luminescent material (210) and the second luminescent material (220) are configured downstream of the first light source (10), the second light source (20), and the third light source (30).

6. The lighting system (1000) according to claim 1, comprising a first luminescent material (210) configured to convert part of one or more of the first light source light (11), the second light source light (21), and the third light source light (31) into first luminescent material light (211) having an emission with one or more wavelengths selected from the range of 530-590 nm, and a fifth light source (50) configured to generate fifth light source light (51), spectrally different from the first light source light (11), the second light source light (21), the third light source light (31), and the luminescent material light (201), having an emission with one or more wavelengths selected from the range of 590-680 nm.

7. The lighting system (1000) according to any one of the preceding claims, wherein the spectral overlap between the excitation spectrum of the first luminescent material (210) and the emission band of the second light source (20) is less than 30 %, preferably less than 20 %.

8. The lighting system (1000) according to claim 7, wherein the spectral overlap between the excitation spectrum of the second luminescent material (210) and the emission band of the second light source (20) is at least 30 %.

9. The lighting system (1000) according to any one of the preceding claims, wherein the control system (160) is further configured to maintain in a controlling mode one or more of the color point, the color temperature and the color rendering index, within a predetermined range of +/- 5% of a predetermined value while allowing one or more of the other to vary as function of one or more of time, a sensor signal, and user input.

10. The lighting system (1000) according to any one of the preceding claims, wherein the control system (160) is configured to allow in a controlling mode A’ vary in the range of 0.6-2 as function of one or more of time, a sensor signal, and user input.

11. The lighting system (1000) according to claim 10, wherein the control system (160) is configured to allow in a controlling mode A’ vary in the range of 0.6-1 as function of one or more of time, a sensor signal, and user input.

12. The lighting system (1000) according to any one of the preceding claims, further comprising a sensor (166) configured to generate the sensor signal in response to one or more of (i) light of another source of light and (ii) sensing an article comprising an optical brightener.

13. The lighting system (1000) according to any one of the preceding claims, further comprising a user input device (165).

14. The lighting system (1000) according to any one of the preceding claims, further comprising an optical element (170) configured to shape a beam of lighting system light (1001), and wherein the optical element (170) is configured to provide a beam angle (a) selected from the range of 5-60°.

15. A lighting device (100) for use in a lighting system (1000) according to any one of the preceding claims, wherein the lighting device is configured to provide lighting device light (101), the lighting device (100) comprising:

a first light source (10) configured to generate first light source light (11) having an emission band with a peak wavelength selected from the range of 380-420 nm;

a second light source (20) configured to generate second light source light (21), spectrally different from the first light source light (11), having an emission band with a peak wavelength selected from the range of 425-440 nm;

a third light source (30) configured to generate third light source light (31), spectrally different from the first light source light (11) and from the second light source light (21), having an emission band with a peak wavelength selected from the range of 445-465 nm;

a luminescent material (200) configured to convert part of one or more of the first light source light (11), the second light source light (21), the third light source light (31), and optional fourth light source light (41) of an optional fourth light source (40), into luminescent material light (201) having an emission with one or more emission wavelengths selected from the range of 530-700 nm.