lighting. Thursday , December 14th , 2017 - 14:58:20 PM
This answer actually hinges upon the illumination effect you are attempting to accomplish. However, always bear in mind that the lighting produced by recessed lights are typically in a retinal cone shape, with the origin arriving from the lamp and casting off a concentrical illumination on the floor. The angle we're relating to here is the arcdegrees from which the beam is let out. A lamp will roughly create a band of light at least 9 fts over the ground if the fixture is 8 fts above the floor with a sixty degrees angle.
Generally, outdoor wall lighting is kept on for hours, if not all night long. This significant use of electricity can add up to a lot of money spent over time - unless you select Energy Star rated fixtures! Generally, these come in fluorescent, halogen, and LED bulb types; LED outdoor wall lighting can be more expensive but will last longer; halogen provides energy efficiency and a lower cost. Additionally, considering whether lower wattage bulbs will suffice instead of higher ones can provide more energy savings.
What type of set up does your lighting need? Do you need a T5 light fixture? If so, have you taken precautions to ensure you have wired everything correctly?
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