By Audra Odom. Lighting. Published at Friday, February 02nd, 2018 - 10:30:26 AM.
One of the more unique and visually-pleasing lighting techniques in decorative garden lighting is the use of fiber optics. Fiber optics is the science of transmitting light via optical fibers. Optical fibers are extruded cylinders of plastic or glass used to transmit light. All that is required to illuminate the optic fibers is a single light bulb; making fiber optic lighting an affordable garden lighting choice. Another great advantage of fiber optic lighting is that it uses no electrical current; therefore it is safe to place in and around water without danger of electrocution. Therefore, fiber optic lighting can be used to illuminate a garden pond, tree trunks and branches, shrubs, plant containers and even a patio deck.
Although, both CFLs and LEDs use considerably less electricity than the traditional bulbs. However, long-lasting and more efficient light bulbs pay off over time. CFLs are comparatively cheaper than the LEDs, therefore, one can choose according to the set budget.
What is Color Rendering Index? The Color Rendering Index (CRI) is measuring the ability of a light source to stimulate the colors of various objects precisely along with the sunlight. Though there are critics of the subjective color used, the CRI is extensively utilized as a measurement of the quality of the light.
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