Lighting. Thursday , June 29th , 2017 - 21:19:30 PM
So we should buy products in the product should pay attention to the actual angle of light, calculate the number of products used in the project, the actual luminous angle prevail, effective light angle can be used as a reference value.
If you are an avid camper, one of the first places to look for items to light the campground with will be your normal camping supplies. All campers have some form of lantern that they take with them whenever they head to the woods. Since your camping lantern is normally used to provide illumination around the campground primarily for safety reasons, this provides an excellent starting point for lighting. The safety of your guests will be a primary concern at your camping party and these lanterns can address this practical issue quite efficiently. Just remember, these gas camping lanterns can be a fire hazard if they topple over, so place the lanterns in areas that will prevent them from being knocked over by some rowdy guest.
In a living room, place fixtures approximately 8'- 0" apart to provide general unobtrusive light that won't clash with room furnishings. A dimmer gives adjustable light levels for any activity or occasion. Be sure to distribute the light evenly. The fixtures should be about 18" to 24" from the wall, spaced one to one-and-a-half times the distance from the wall. To highlight a textured wall or reveal wall patterns (such as a brick wall) use the grazing technique by placing fixtures 12" from the wall and 12" to 24" apart.
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