Lighting. Saturday , September 22nd , 2018 - 05:57:46 AM
Induction lighting was invented over 130 years ago as a potential revival to incandescent light but never really caught on. It has seen a rejuvenation over the last few years which has seen more money spent on product development. Induction lighting is best at lighting large spaces and the more powerful units are more efficient. The technology is similar to fluorescent except it uses electro-magnetic coils to excite the gas rather than a filament. Removing this weakness from the light mean that life expectancy is 100,000 hours (that's getting on for 12 years of continuous operation).
You should have the right amount of switches on the right places. Don't put in the one switch that turns everything on. That is the worst thing you can do. As you don't just cook in your kitchen, you need to have different lights on in different times. When you consider placing the switches, you should have a switch for each type of kitchen lighting - one for the general, another for the task- and one for your accent lights. You can also segregate lighting by 'geography': the switch for the worktop's task light should be near to the worktop. For the pendants above the kitchen island you should have a switch near the island.
You don't need to put more than 4-5 switches to an average sized kitchen; however, just think through what you do in your kitchen and what type of light you need for which activity. Then group them together and assign a switch for it. You should also consider using different types of switches: dimmer switches are a good choice over standard switches. Dimmer switches give you far more control over your kitchen lighting. They also help you keep the number of switches down, as you can vary the lights much more this way.
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