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What do I need for LED lighting?

    For low-voltage LED lamps, i.e., those with 12 V and 24 V, corresponding transformers are required, which convert 230 V mains voltage into the related 12 V or 24 V. The required transformer for the LED lamp (long form: transformer) is sometimes called ballast or driver.

How does an LED ceiling lamp work?

    Because LED lamps are more energy-saving and still produce enough light, there is a crystal in the LED, which is filled with positive and negative electrons. If you turn on the power, the electrons fall into a so-called transition layer and emit their energy in the form of light.

Which LED in which room?

    We recommend 2,000 to 4,000 lumens for a living room of about 20 m². For basic lighting in the living room or hallway, you can use a value of 100 to 150 lm/m² as a guideline, and in the kitchen or bathroom, a value of 200 to 300 lm/m². Then, according to general values, the room is sufficiently illuminated.

Where to use LED?

    LED applications – where are LEDs used?

    LED lighting for tractors.

    LED lighting for fire engines.

    Boat lighting with LED lights.

    Peripheral lighting with LED lights.

How many lumens in what space?

    Kitchen: about 280 lumens per square meter (lm/m2) Bathroom: about 280 lm/m. Bedroom: about 140 lm/m. Living room: about 140 lm/m.

Where are spots valuable?

    Especially in front of the closet, spotlights are an excellent way to illuminate this zone specifically. Wall luminaires with adjustable spots or a bedside lamp provide sufficient brightness for reading or orientation at the bedside. Dimmable lights are helpful here.

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