Lighting. Wednesday , February 15th , 2017 - 14:19:32 PM
LED light angle is divided into effective angle and the actual light angle. The luminous intensity value is half the direction of the axial intensity and the direction of the light-emitting axial (normal) is the effective angle. Half of the half angle of the angle (or half power angle) is the actual light angle. In the axial strength of half the angle because the light is too weak in practical applications do not count the effective angle. (The picture below shows the side view of the piranhas particles, the angle between the solid line and the dashed line is not included in the effective angle)
There are many energy-saving light bulbs available, such as compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs), light emitting diodes (LEDs), etc. Although they cost more than the traditional incandescent bulbs, however, save a lot of money because they use less energy. One can easily find these in almost every hardware and home improvement store and can be fixed by taking help of a professional electrician.
Before installing the light fixtures, think about the kind of ambiance you want to create in your bathroom. Wrongly placed lighting can create rather unfortunate and even scary effect that will probably - if you're the sensitive sort - have you scurrying out as soon as possible. It's better if you give the lighting arrangements some thought and, with the help of strategically placed light fixtures, create a pleasant, quiet, and well-lit atmosphere that offers much incentive to linger in the bath. By using light with dimmer controls, you can change the intensity to get just the right relaxing feel. Dimmers are also energy-savers and your bulbs will last longer.
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