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Lumen or Watt? Anyone still looking at watts when deciding on buying a lamp will be left in the dark. The one measurement that counts in modern LED lighting technology is the lumen – a unit of measurement that is a much better indication of the brightness off a lamp than wattage.   Lumen is a more precise measurement for the brightness of a lamp than wattage.   Modern lamps display significantly lower wattage values than traditional incandescent light bulbs. The technical information on the packaging usually includes values between 5 and 10 watt. The wattage of modern lamps doesn’t tell you much about brightness you can expect. Conventional wattage x 10 = lumen value     Lumen (lm) is the unit of measure for luminous flux and is therefore the decisive value for the brightness of a lamp.Think about the purpose of the space you wish to light up, what kind of ambiance you want to create and how much light you will need to do that. We recommend the following values for b..
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Bathroom IP zoning Firstly when looking for bathroom lights there are a number of considerations apart from the style you wish to use. There are Regulations on what lights can be used in different parts of the bathroom known as zones and lights should be IP rated for use within these zones. We all know that water and electricity is a deadly combination What is IP zoning for bathrooms? To illustrate the IP zoning regulations, we have divided the bathroom into areas, which are classified using the numbers 0, 1, 2. Zone 0 – Inside the bath or shower. Any fittings used here must be SELV (Separated Extra Low Voltage – max. 12 Volts) and have a minimum rating of IP67 - protected against immersion in water, total immersion proof; Zone 1 – Above the bath or shower to a height if 2.25m. Recommended IP rating: IP65. If the fitting is 240 volts a 30mA residual current device (RCD) must also be used to protect the circuit in this zone; Zone 2 – The area stretching to 0.6m outside..
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Cable system Whether you want to install them in your winter garden, on slanted ceilings or in dark corners – cable systems are a perfect lighting solution for all types of living spaces, even when things get tricky. As these systems offer high installation flexibility and allow you to arrange the spot heads individually, you will always have light anywhere you need it. This merely requires a single transformer. Cable systems are characterised by flexibility & a modern design with LED or low voltage halogen technology.           Angled rooms and slanted ceilings make it difficult to illuminate a room completely. Classic cable systems are an ideal solution to this problem. With our wide range of accessories and only a single power outlet, you can illuminate long and angled routes without effort. DecoSystems allow you to choose a basic set with your preferred lighting technology and combine it with one of our many different lampshades. Take this opportunity to create..
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Track lights        Whether large-area room illumination, accent lighting for walls and pictures or pendant lights above the kitchen counter – track lighting systems allow you to let your creativity flow and only require a single power outlet.  Track lights are particularly suitable for large or angled rooms with certain living areas to be illuminated.  Spotlights and pendants can be easily positioned on the rails, allowing you to adjust the lighting according to your needs. With track system, you can create infinite worlds of light with LED, halogen or energy-saving technologies without the need for a transformer.  All that is necessary is a power outlet. You can connect up to ten rail elements to the power supply for a capacity of up to 1,000 watts. The video below shows how easy the installation really is.  ..
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