Lighting in our lives is very important, if there are no lighting lamps, even with electricity, our world is still dark, illuminate our world of merit. Even if the lighting, especially in the industry, lighting is particularly important. Because in large projects, if there is not enough light, there is a high probability of errors in the operation, resulting in engineering errors, and more serious will cause safety accidents. At the same time and due to the different application environments of industrial lighting fixtures, the lamp is divided into many types, different lamps for different environments.Impress LED Lighting Manufacturer
What kinds of industrial lighting fixtures?
On many occasions, we can see such symmetrical lights, direct type fixtures, and other such lamp designation, but many people do not understand the meaning of such a designation, the following IMPRESS Lighting does a detailed explanation of the classification and definition of lamps.
Symmetrical light distribution (asymmetrical light distribution) luminaire: A luminaire with symmetrical (asymmetrical) light intensity distribution. The symmetry is determined by an axis or a plane relative to each other.
Direct luminaire: Emits 90~100% direct luminous flux to the lower part of the luminaire.
Semidirect luminaire: Emits 60-90% of direct luminous flux to the lower part of the luminaire.
Diffuse luminaire: The luminaire can emit 40%-60% luminous flux to the lower part of the luminaire.
Semi-indirect luminaire: Emit 10%-40% direct luminous flux to the lower part of the luminaire.
Indirect luminaire: Emit less than 10% direct luminous flux to the lower part of the luminaire.
Wide illumination type luminaire: The luminaire makes it distribute at a large 3D angle.
Medium illumination type luminaire: Make the light in the medium cubic angle distribution of the luminaire.
Deep illumination type luminaire: Make the light distributed at a small 3D angle of the lamps.
Ordinary lamp: No special dust or moisture-proof lamps.
Protective fixture: A fixture that has a constructed protective housing to prevent dust, moisture, and water from entering the lampshade. The code indicating the protection level is usually composed of the IP and two numbers.
Dust-proof light fixture: A light fixture that cannot completely prevent dust from entering, but the amount of entry does not prevent the normal use of the equipment.
Dust-tight luminaire: A luminaire without dust entry.
Waterproof luminaire: A luminaire with the function of preventing water immersion in the structure. Such as drip-proof, splash-proof, spray-proof, rain-proof, etc.
Water-tight light fixture: The light fixture can prevent water from entering under certain conditions.
Underwater light fixtures: Certain pressure can be worked in the water with long-term lamps.
Explosion-proof lighting: Light fixtures are used in explosion-hazardous places with explosion-proof covers that meet the rules of explosion-proof use.
Explosion-proof luminaire: The luminaire can withstand the explosion pressure of the explosive gas mixture inside the luminaire and can prevent the explosion inside from spreading to the explosive mixture around the luminaire enclosure.
Safety-enhancing luminaire: Luminaire structures that cannot produce sparks or high temperatures that may ignite explosive mixtures under normal operating conditions and measures are taken to improve safety to avoid the above phenomena under normal conditions or recognized abnormal conditions.
Adjustable light fixture: The use of appropriate devices to make the main parts of the luminaire can turn or move the luminaire.
Movable light fixture: The light fixture can be weighed from one place to another after being connected to the power supply.
Suspended light fixture: The light fixture is suspended on the ceiling or wall bracket with a hanging rope, hanging chain, hanging tube, etc.
Lifting hanging light fixture: Using a pulley, balance hammer, etc. can adjust the hanging height of the hanging light fixture.
- Recessed Light: Luminaires that are recessed within the mounting surface.
- Ceiling fixture: A luminaire is mounted on the surface of the ceiling.
- Downlight: Luminaires are usually concealed in the ceiling so that the light is concentrated at a small beam angle.
- Wall light: Luminaire fixed on the wall or column.
- Floor Lamp: Installed on a high pillar and stand on the ground removable lamps.
- Table lamp: Put on the table or other portable lamps connected to the power supply.
- Floodlight: The use of reflectors and refractors at a limited 3D angle to get the high light intensity of the lamp.
- Searchlight: Usually has a diameter of more than 0.2m outlets and produces a near-parallel beam of high-intensity floodlights.
- Spotlight: Usually has a diameter of fewer than 0.2m outlets and forms a generally not more than 20 ° dispersion angle of the concentrated beam of floodlights.
- Emergency lights: A general term for lamps stands used for emergency lighting.
There are many types of light fixtures, and their classification is generally based on the different places where the lamps exist operated, and classified. Like underwater work lights, this kind of light with airtight and waterproof, when working underwater, can prevent water droplets into the lamp body inside, the lamp body damage, but also against certain water pressure, in the underwater work, must use this kind of light, and hazard warning lights, this kind of light is generally used in some dangerous construction sites, or some dangerous facilities around, used to warn people, there is danger here do not approach. This place is dangerous do not approach.