Permanent LED Spotlights

Best Locations to Install Permanent LED Spotlights

LED spotlights are primarily designed for focused lighting setups. By definition, an LED spotlight is a luminary consisting of a beam spread that is less than 45 degrees (width). With such tight beam characteristics, the units perform well in landscaping, flagpole lighting systems and etc.

Learn more about locations that can benefit from permanent LED lighting installations below.

Directing Light Beams

Any area where detailed tasks are conducted on a regular basis may find LED spotlights advantageous. Moreover, an object that requires highlighting from a considerable distance may benefit from an LED spotlight. Examples of such locations include outdoor signs, building perimeters and more.

For indoor locations, most compact LED lighting systems are installed in a recessed configuration. This helps keep the beam tight, with minimal light trespass in the surrounding environment. On a broader scope, recessed spotlights are categorized under downlights, which are basically lights setup from a high location, with the beam pointing downwards.

Lighting Trims

Unlike portable LED spotlights, permanently installed LED lighting may come with trimming components. In lighting systems, the trim can be a ring or other parts of the unit that improve beam direction. An example of a useful trim for LED spotlights is a baffle. The component is a rigid texture around the light head, helping diffuse light beams. Baffles also decrease the creation of glare. Lighting trims can be circular or square, depending on the illuminative needs of the area.

Another useful trim for permanent LED spotlights is an eyeball or eyelid. Such components come with two features: beam direction and coverage. To position an LED spotlight with an eyeball, operators manually adjust the light head to a preferred direction. This adds functionality to the light. If the lighting conditions are too bright for the desired application, it would also be possible to cut the beam, by tilting the eyeball component upwards.

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