Lighting System

How Light Is Generated ?

Most natural light comes from the sun, including moonlight. Its origin makes it completely clean, and it consumes no natural resources. But man-made sources generally require consumption of resources, such as fossil fuels, to convert stored energy into light energy. Electric lighting is superior to flame sources because the combustion of wood, gas, and oil …

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what is a luminaire ?

A luminaire is any device that includes a lampholder and the means of electrification and support for that device. Lighting fixtures are luminaires that are permanently attached to a building. In other words, a table lamp is a luminaire but not a fixture Types of LUMINAIRE Direct luminaires Indirect luminaires Diffuse luminaires Direct/indirect luminaires Asymmetric …

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Living Room Lighting

Most living rooms require flexible lighting design solutions because they serve a broad variety of changing functions. The lighting in a typical living room should comfortably serve small group conversation, larger social gatherings that include casual eating and drinking, and more solitary activities such as reading, music listening, and TV viewing. Somewhat less typically, a …

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LIGHTING DESIGN SOLUTIONS

below are LIGHTING DESIGN SOLUTIONS steps : Step 1: Determine Lighting Design Criteria Standards for illumination are set by the Illuminating Engineering Society of North America (IESNA). Illumination is generally measured in the horizontal plane 70 CM above the floor. Step 2: Record Architectural Conditions and Constraints Record the architectural conditions that may control or …

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advantages of led lights

Major Benefits of LED Lighting Long Life Energy Efficiency Ecologically Friendly Light Dispersement Excellent Color Rendering Durable Quality Zero UV Emissions Design Flexibility Operational in Extremely Cold or HotTemperatures Instant Lighting & Frequent Switching Low-Voltage