Lighting. Tuesday , August 01st , 2017 - 11:19:30 AM
Connecting natural lighting is cost-effective and energy-efficient. In smaller places, versatile channels can be used to help the mild pass. This works effectively in halls, access places, kitchen, inner washrooms and wardrobes where straight mild cannot reach directly.
Line Voltage: Fixtures that operate at 120 volts are considered line voltage lamps. They do not require a transformer and can be directly connected to the electrical wiring.
For bathrooms, garages, basements, cabinets, etc., daylight (4000K) or cool white LEDs are good options. To minimize wastage of power, one can even set up sensor-activated light systems in these areas.
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