Since LED garden lighting started to park tanks on low pressure outdoor lighting lawns a few years ago, it has become very popular. Outdoor LED lighting allows you to achieve amazing results after dark, but it is also very easy to install, cheap to buy, very cheap to run and very safe for children, animals and plants.
Most outdoor LED lighting, like traditional garden lighting, usually uses the 12v DC low voltage power supply provided by the power transformer installed indoors. Nevertheless, similarities exist, as the power of LED garden lamps is only 10% higher than that of conventional incandescent lamps or halogen lamps. The reason is very simple; LED light is produced by the excitation electrons that emit photons (light) However, the traditional light bulb burns a filament, which emits a small amount of light with all the heat. These are fundamentally different ways of producing light. Led is deliberately designed to shine, not others; Incandescent lamps are essentially a small heater that glows only as a by-product. Therefore, the outdoor LED light is ideal for garden lighting, as it features cool operation and the use of a small amount of power. It is also worth mentioning that the effective life of most LED garden lights is ten years or more, thus reducing the maintenance requirements.
LED garden lights appear in various forms. The most common colors are white and blue, but there are other colors as well as color-changing LED lights. One of the most striking features of LED garden lights is how crisp and pure they look. The color is often very vibrant, almost the quality of the gem- Sapphire blue, emerald green, ruby red, yellow crystal, Diamond White. Although filters and diffusion screens can be used to reduce the tone, this itself opens up further effects and design ideas.
In addition to the variety of colors and brightness, outdoor LED lights can also be used in any number of different lamps and lanterns. LED floodlights, wall washing effects, emergency lights, embedded patio and deck lights, columns, lanterns, spikes, pagodas integrated in garden decorations, submerged in the pond.
At the beginning The two most common options are outdoor LED spotlights and LED deck lights. The LED is perfect for being a garden spotlight as the LED light is naturally directional. They also often have a good color rendering index to measure how realistic and vibrant the illuminated area looks. The items to be checked when selecting LED garden spotlights are: brightness ( Even having a 1w LED in a dark garden is surprisingly bright); beam angle ( How light spreads or focuses); And “color”, meaning the actual color ( Such as red or blue) And “color temperature “( How to “cool” or “warm” light appear).
LED deck light is one of the most common forms of garden lighting. You can use them as expected, flush them on the deck, or experiment in many other applications. The LED plate lamp is obviously very strong and can withstand considerable impact (literally) And extreme weather; They are also cheap, lightweight and simple to install. Almost any piece of wood, or any solid material, you can drill a hole in it and power it through a cable to install LED deck lighting. For example, for cheap and simple path lighting, simply hammer some short stakes in the appropriate time interval, drill holes to accept decks of any size, shape or color you want to use feed cables along the ground ( I used the old garden hose buried right below the surface)
That’s it. In fact, you can install LED deck lights pointing up, down, and sideways, any way you like.