Lighting. Saturday , September 22nd , 2018 - 09:08:16 AM
Do you really need your lights on all the time? This is a question you really need to ask yourself. Chances are you don't. Do you leave your office for 5 minutes and come back an hour later, in the meantime the lights have been burning the whole time. Are there aisles in your warehouse that are only used for 30 minutes a day but remain fully lit for 24 hours? If the answer to either of those questions, or countless others that I don't have room to write here, is yes then you could benefit from installing some lighting controls more advanced than an onoff switch. These come in various different flavours depending on your needs. They can control one light or a bank of lights, they can be sensitive the overall light level in the room this means that if sunlight is streaming through the window then the lights don't need to come on and won't. They can be used to detect the presence or the absence of people. They can dim lights or turn them on and off. What they all have in common is their ability to save you money by stopping you wasting electricity.
Transformers come in a range of wattages, usually ranging from 100 to 500 watts. The wattage of the transformer determines the length of landscape wire and the number of lamps attached to the wire. Usually it is best to keep the total wattages of the lighting lamps just under the wattage of the transformer. Also, a very long run of wire, even with an accepted number of lamps attached to it, it might cause the lamps to dim, especially at the end of the run of wire. Typically, transformers come with a timer which can be set to turn the lights on and off at given times. Unlike solar, which will not charge and illuminate if days have been cloudy, landscape lighting provides bright, reliable light anytime.
Concealed uplighters are an excellent way to light up tree canopies, tree trunks and tall pillars or columns. Floor-mounted uplighters can also be installed behind plant pots in order to create a silhouette. Downlighters will create shadows on the ground, which are created by leaves, branches and other obstructions that are in the path of the light. Backlighting creates a silhouette which is formed by the object that is placed in front of the light. Objects that have bold or distinct shapes work well when backlit.
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