Marisol Mac. Lighting. September 03rd , 2017.
If you have installed a new pool table in your living room or basement, you must be wondering about the various types of lights that you can install, and the numerous designs of the same. The lighting must be correct if you want to play undisturbed and unhindered. It should properly illuminate the entire surface of the table, and should not be overly bright and glaring. Illumination by these lights should be such that it not only lights up the table, but also creates the perfect ambiance for the game. The lighting system that you install will depend on the dimensions of the game table as well as the room.
Brightness equivalent to 100W energy-saving lamps, it depends on the luminous effect of the LED lamp used (lumens / watt, lm / w), the same wattage, the higher the luminous efficiency of LED lamp, the higher the brightness. General LED lighting efficiency of 70lm / w, as long as there are 50-60W will be able to more than 100W energy-saving lamp brightness.
1. High brightness (blue and green) white LED is very sensitive to static electricity, is determined by the characteristics of the LED itself. Exceeding the maximum forward DC current and maximum reverse voltage that it can allow, it may cause damage or breakdown of the LED. Such as three-lamp LED module, each lamp will have an anti-static resistance, coupled with the resistance for the current limit, a total of four. Anti-static resistance can effectively inhibit the electrostatic damage to the LED.
The use of lighting can add to or subtract from the overall colors of a room or from only those surfaces the light is meant to enhance. Darker colors make a room feel smaller and cramped, while light-colored walls do the opposite. The illusion of space is defined by light reflected off of the surfaces of the walls. Some types of lighting help with this illusion by further illuminating the walls. In addition, directional lighting, such as a track light, can soften the wall colors. There is also recessed can lighting, which has a soft, downward glow that illuminates the floors, not walls. This is opposed to lights hung from the center of the room, which provide ambient illumination, or wall lighting. In both cases, this can affect how light or dark a colored section can appear.
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