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Flood Lights: A Guide
Why Are Flood Lights Called That?
The word 'flood' does not refer to water, and floodlights get their name because they flood the space with light.
What Should You Take into Account When Placing Flood Lights?
When installing floodlights, keep the following things in mind: Mounting height: Consider how high should the floodlight be mounted? Spacing: Consider how far off should the floodlights be placed? Aiming: Pointing where the floodlight should be directed.
What Should I Look for in a Flood Light?
When buying a floodlight, keep the following considerations in mind: Lumens: Brightness CRI: Colour realism IP Rating: This indicates how waterproof it is. IK Rating: How well does it withstand impact and vandalism? Beam angle: the angle at which the light is projected.
What is so unique in Ansio Flood Lights?
The detecting sensor has a detection range of 5 to 10 metres and spans a 120-degree angle. The time the floodlight should stay on, the detection distance range, and the dawn dusk to set when motion detection should start are all configurable PIR sensor features. IP65 PROTECTION: The floodlight has IP65 water and dust resistance rating so that you may use it both indoors and outdoors. INDOOR AND OUTDOOR USE: Ideal for usage in the following areas: the home, warehouse, entrance, office, porch, lawns, garden, shed, garage, and front/back yards.