How to choose your lamp?
Some lightings concepts
to help you choose your lamp
Watts: The electrical energy consumed by a lamp in use.
Lumens: A measure of the total amount of light produced by a light source.
Lux : A measure of the amount of light received by a lit surface at a defined distance.
CRI (Colour Rendering Index): The ability of a light source to reveal the natural colours of a lit object faithfull.
°Kelvin: A measure of the colour temperature of a light source. (3000 K warm white, 4500 K neutral white, 6000 K blue or cool white)
Select the type of lighting
Economical due to low power usage and no bulb to change (minimum working life of 50,000 hours), no heat output, “unlimited” number of on/off cycles.
Excellent luminous efficacy (lumen per watt).
Economical to buy, excellent colour rendering (CRI 100/100), warm colour temperature, but high heat output and power use.
Low luminous efficacy (lumen per watt).
Ultraviolet diagnostic light (black light).
Customize your lamp
For many of our lamps you can choose different flexible arm lengths, the colour (black or white) and the switch type (on/off, dimmer, or “contactless”).