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Illumination Principle of Outdoor Landscape Lighting Fixtures

Illumination Principle of Outdoor Landscape Lighting Fixtures

With the development of science and technology and the improvement of people's living standards, people are more and more active outdoors at night, and the requirements for lighting are getting higher and higher. At present, urban lighting projects have received unprecedented development under the attention of people. Outdoor landscape lighting fixtures have been widely used in urban lighting, and the development of the outdoor landscape lighting fixture industry has also made this industry more and more competitive. So what are the advantages of outdoor landscape lighting fixtures?

1. What are the advantages of outdoor landscape lighting?

First of all, as the name suggests, outdoor landscape lighting is a kind of art that can be enjoyed by people. It is an art in itself and has the effect of urban beautification, thereby enhancing the image and charm of the city. Secondly, the outdoor landscape lighting has a large lighting intensity and a wide range, which can give people a warm and comfortable feeling. Furthermore, the development prospects of outdoor landscape lighting fixtures are good, which in turn can drive the development of other industries.

2. The lighting principle of outdoor landscape lighting

The reason why outdoor landscape lighting fixtures can emit colorful lights to give us a beautiful visual effect is also because of the existence of diffused light, like this outdoor landscape lighting fixture. When you set some more complex colors for outdoor landscape lighting, you can create a beautiful atmosphere or a beautiful environment. Outdoor landscape lighting fixtures can be matched according to the color of the entire space. For example, when the color of a place is too complex and diverse, it will actually feel bad. You can briefly understand the principle of a diffused light in the middle of outdoor landscape lighting fixtures. When light hits opaque materials with smooth surfaces, such as mirrors and metal mirrors, directional reflection occurs, and the angle of incidence is equal to the angle of reflection and is in the same plane; if it hits an opaque rough surface, diffuse light occurs.

The transparency of the material causes the transmitted light to leave the material and transmit in different ways. When the two surfaces of the material are parallel, the direction of the transmitted light and the incident light remain unchanged; if the two surfaces are not parallel, the transmitted light is not parallel due to the different refraction angles; Directional light, known as diffuse light, is caused by non-directional reflections from a relatively rough surface, or by internal reflection and refraction, and by relatively large particles inside.

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