LED common sense: five principles of LED lighting purchase
For different rooms with different functions, different styles and illuminations should be installed. There are also five principles to consider when purchasing LED lighting:
The principle of simplicity: lighting should play a finishing touch in the room. Overly complicated shapes and overly complicated colors are not suitable for designing simple rooms.
Convenience principle: Most people have experienced the replacement of the ceiling light bulb: step on the table, step on the chair, stand 90 degrees, raise your arms and head over to the ceiling of 2.5 meters or more. When choosing a luminaire, it is important to consider replacing the lamp.
Energy-saving principle: Energy-saving light bulbs save electricity and have good illumination, and will not emit too much heat. It is suitable for multi-head lamps. Energy-saving bulbs are mostly standard screws, and chandeliers are available in two sizes, one is standard and can use energy-saving bulbs; one is non-standard and cannot use energy-saving bulbs. Be careful when choosing: Spotlights are mostly non-energy-saving products.
Safety principle: Be sure to choose the lamps of regular manufacturers. Regular products are marked with total load. Depending on the total load, it is possible to determine how many wattages to use, especially for multi-head chandeliers, ie: number of heads × watts per bulb = total load. In addition, the bathroom and kitchen with large moisture should use waterproof lamps.
Functional principle: Different styles and illuminations should be installed in different rooms. The living room should use bright and rich lamps; the bedroom should use lamps that make people lie on the bed; the children's room should use colorful and varied lamps; the bathroom should use simple waterproof lamps; the kitchen should be convenient. Wipe and clean lamps; some places that require special performance can also choose spotlights.
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