Ambient Lighting

The purpose of overall, or ambient, lighting is to light up an entire room so that people are able to easily and safely move throughout the space. Light ‘bounces’ off the walls to lighten as much space as possible.

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Task Lighting

Task lighting sheds light on the tasks that a person carries out in a given space such as reading, sewing, computer work, where a brighter light is required in a smaller focal point of the room.For more congenial lighting, it is often best to avoid harsh lights or lighting that casts troublesome shades. It is also quite practical to install a single switch for focal lighting, independent from the room’s overall lighting switch

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Accent Lighting

Accent lighting is used mainly to focus on a specific point of interest or to achieve a desired effect. This type of lighting gives the impression of a larger space; it is more frequently used to highlight an architectural feature, a plant, a sculpture or a collection of objects.As a general rule of thumb, effective ambient lighting requires the installation of three times more light on the focal point than existing light on the rest of the space.

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Flood Lighting

provide wide-spanning lighting, covering large areas and hidden nooks that may not be easy to illuminate. These lights can help protect individuals and property from robbery, as well as buildings and other public spaces from vandalism. Flood lights are common in large spaces, including stadiums and parking lots, and utilize LED for superior spotlighting.

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Landscape Lighting

is a wide-encompassing form of outdoor lighting, as it is used for both private and public spaces. Parks, office building terraces and public verandas depend on landscape lighting —such as globes, spotlights and LED light fixtures—for security and public enjoyment. Landscape lighting includes core elements of organic design, LED use, light pollution, scale and controls.

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Motion Sensor Lighting

is the use of lighting installed with motion sensors. Sensors consist of small electronic pieces that detect infrared waves, that radiate when things move. When a motion sensor detects a considerable amount of heat radiation, which is present in people, animals and cars, it turns the lights on automatically. An administrator can preset the timer for the lights to stay on roughly within a 1-20 minute range. This function only works at night and during dark hours, as it is deactivated during the day via a photocell.

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Typically used in accent lighting and landscaping, spotlightsoffer direct and focused light on key areas. Illuminate signage, doors, fixtures and details with spotlights. Spotlights differ from flood lights in that instead of spreading light across a wide area, spotlights focus beams in narrow lines directed at one focal point.

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