Different types of LED garden lighting
Spring has arrived and the first beautiful days are coming. Time to put the garden in order so that you can enjoy it. Lighting plays always an important role in this. If the temperature allows it is wonderful to sit in the garden in the evening. We also find this and that is why we recently expanded our range with a very diverse range of high-quality LED lighting for the garden. In this blog we introduce you to all our different spots and lamps for your garden.
What are lumen? Lumen vs. Watt
The brightness of a light source is measured with the unit lumen, recognizable by the symbol "lm". More precisely, lumen is used to indicate the amount of luminous flux that a light source produces. For the average consumer, however, clarity has more significance than concepts such as luminous flux or light output. Since there is a direct relationship between brightness and light output, it is perfectly understandable to view lumen as a unit for the brightness of a light source.
3 types of workshop lighting
Good lighting is of great importance in a workshop. Often precision work is performed in a workshop. In order to guarantee a qualitative end product, sufficient lighting is therefore very important. On the other hand, we often see enormous spaces where virtually no natural daylight enters. Here too it is important to ensure good lighting. This prevents accidents and increases the quality of the work.
How to decide on the right color temperature?
In our last blog we looked at the IP value of a lamp. Here we wrote that it is important to look at the protection that a lamp offers against dust and water. Another factor that you have to take into account is the light color of a lamp. In this blog we tell you everything about different color temperatures and which light color best suits the different rooms at your home or at work.
Which IP rate do you need?
When selecting the right lighting, you must take into account a number of things. Of course, the light colour is important. In your living room you probably want more mood lighting than at your workplace. In view of energy costs, the wattage is also important.