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  • 2700k is the minimum color temperature for LEDs: LED downlights should give off a warm and ambient glow. Warm white seems perfect, but it’s only a description and not one that’s very realistic. Look for the actual color temperature measured in Kelvin to create the effect you want (K).
  • Select an LED with a Color Rendering Index of 95 or higher (CRI): The CRI indicates the light’s ‘quality.’ It is a metric for determining how well a light source will reproduce the entire balanced color range of the objects it illuminates. For example, a Color Rendering Index of 80 is achieved by most LED downlights.
  • Get a Lifetime Warranty On The light: When it comes to estimating a lamp’s lifespan, LED manufacturers frequently let their optimism get the best of them. A sound LED chip can last up to 50,000 hours, but the LED spotlight you buy will only last as long as the rest of its components, which is essentially the power supply. The average power supply lasts 10,000 to 20,000 hours.
  • Select a heat-dissipating LED downlight: High temperatures will significantly impact performance and reliability without sufficient heat dissipation to safeguard vital components. It takes specialized knowledge and high-quality materials to design and build an effective heat dissipation system.
  • Plan your lighting around the dining table rather than the entire room for lighting up your dining area. That usually implies a chandelier, a pendant, or a series of pendants that dangle low: the bottom of the light fixture should be roughly 36 inches above the table in most cases.
  • It is essential to have lighting in scale with your dining table; if the size of the table is small, one pendant light is enough for a lit dining setup. If the size of the table is more extensive, you can use rows of lights, preferably in odd numbers.
  • An oversized pendant light over the dining table in an open plan living space or a kitchen-diner does the job perfectly. A vast pendant, for example, serves to focus the attention on the table and separate the eating zone from the rest of the room, even in daylight.
  • Because the light over a dining table serves such a precise purpose, it allows you to be creative. It does not imply that you must spend a large sum of money.
  • You can also invest in Low-level warm light from Jaquar that creates an intimate ambiance look for a perfect chandelier size and is ideal for evening entertainment.
  • Consider direct light the first light you turn on when you enter a room. It is the primary source of light in the room and provides overall brightness. Accent lighting creates a warm atmosphere while also illuminating dark areas. It can also be utilized to draw attention to art or architectural details.
  • Consider the various light sources in your room, such as recessed or above lights, as well as natural light from windows or skylights, and how the light changes throughout the day. You can control the light level with a three-way socket or a dimmer switch, making it more adaptable.
  • For your living room, when you’re seated, place table or floor lamps with the bottom of the lampshade just below eye level. You’ll be able to avoid staring directly into the light as a result of this. Any pendant you walk beneath should be at least seven feet off the ground or a foot taller than the tallest person in the house.
  • To make the most of your space, your light fixtures should be about 12″ smaller in diameter than your table or island. Allow 28″-34″ between the tabletop and the bottom of the pendant for a clear vision under the pendants and to avoid staring directly into bright light when hanging pendants over a dining table or kitchen island.

In small rooms, a pendant can give soothing, all-over lighting. It gives off the same amount of light as a floor lamp without taking up as much space. As supplementary light sources, wall sconces are ideal in pairs or on their own. To conserve wall space, several of our sconces have slim shapes.

  • Lightings, mainly LEDs, are relatively new in terms of illumination. Therefore, a time of customer acceptance and demand is expected, as with any new technology or product. When consumer demand is low, the number of manufacturers is low, and there is no price competition.
  • As pressure develops, more manufacturers enter the market; they make products in more significant numbers, allowing for more competitive pricing, and they begin competing against one another, lowering prices. As a result, the latest lighting fixtures get less expensive as more people purchase them.
  • LEDs were initially expensive due to the higher cost of technology and parts and the incremental expansion of supply and demand, which influenced production prices.
  • General kitchen light fixtures should be recessed in the ceiling with no obstructive objects in their path, such as a fan, pendant lights, or overhead storage. Use wall-mounted light fixtures instead of a fake roof to ensure that the light is distributed evenly across space. You can utilize two light fixtures at opposite ends of a single center light fixture in such a kitchen lighting setup.
  • To generate continuously linear job illumination above the counter, run an LED kitchen strip light along with the overhead storage—quietly, of course.
  • Depending on the length of the counter, the number of light fixtures will vary. If you have a restricted budget or light source, adding task lighting to the primary prep zone—ideally near the stove—is an excellent option.
  • Above the kitchen island counters where food is prepared, hang decorative lights such as chandeliers or pendant lights. Above breakfast counters, kitchen island pendant lights are also ideal. These are best used in pairs. Place multiple kitchen pendant lights in one line, depending on the length of the counter.
  • Kitchen pendant lights are becoming increasingly popular in kitchen design for one simple reason: they work. It’s well acknowledged that the kitchen is the one room in the house that requires excellent illumination. The kitchen is the primary heart of the home, with food preparation, socializing, and dining. Thus it must be brightly lit!
  • Pendant lights may transform the ordinary into the remarkable by making a bold statement in your design. Pendant lights come in a wide variety of styles. There’s something to suit every taste, color preference, and budget, with anything from oversized industrial-style shades to woven basket style and delicate chandeliers.
  • Different colors, shade designs, and globe sizes provide varied effects, so you can have a light-filled, bright, airy farmhouse feel or a dramatic, shadowed atmosphere like a downtown restaurant. Except for the scope of your ‘bright’ thoughts, there are no limits.
  • The use of pendant lights to brighten a room is referred to as general lighting. General illumination could be achieved by hanging pendant lights in the center of any main room.
  • A pendant light is capable of illuminating the bulk of your lounge, dining, or any other room. A pendant lamp can also be used to decorate your porch similarly.
  • When pendant lighting is used to illuminate a specific area of a room, it is known as area lighting. Area lighting, for instance, would be used to decorate a dining table or a room’s corner.
  • For area illumination, pendant lights are ideal. In addition, pendant lights are suitable for over-the-sofa lighting or lighting close to a bookshelf.
  • Use your pendant light as a spotlight for task illumination. Task lighting is when you want your pendant light to focus exclusively on a work desk or table. Your pendant light will focus on a specific location rather than lighting up an entire room or section of a room.
  • The basic concept of a pendant light is that it consists of a single bulb dangling in mid-air. However, most pendant lights come with a shade to make them look more fascinating and lessen the glare from the bulb.
  • Glass, metal, plastic, and paper are some of the most frequent materials used to make pendant lights. Each of these materials has its own distinct look and feel. While you can use any materials you like, certain materials perform better in specific locations. For example, a glass pendant light in a room with lots of natural light is a terrific match.
  • There are many different shapes to pick from, ranging from simple globes to braided cages. If you can’t locate the exact shape you want, you can typically have a bespoke design manufactured to your specifications. Pendant lights are just as good as any, whether you’re seeking something practical or artistic.
  • Table lamps are light shades that are placed on a table, desk, and bedside table. It is much smaller than a ceiling light or a floor lamp, but it does the same task of subtly lighting a room. The height can be anywhere between 30 and 60 cms, while the width can be anywhere between 20 and 50 cms.
  • Table lamps are typically 20 to 30 inches tall and are a suitable size for use on a table, side table, end table, bureau, or another small piece of furniture. In most cases, one or two in a room is sufficient. They have a base and a shade, as well as one light bulb in most cases.
  • Depending on the shades, it provides ambient, downlighting, or uplighting. It is suitable for use in the living area, bedroom, and dining room. Glass, metal, wood, or any other fabric can be used as shades. From one to three bulbs can be used. Table lamps come in a variety of styles, including contemporary, modern, classic, and industrial designs.
  • Great lighting adds depth and height to your space, creates cozy corners, and highlights your most outstanding features. Therefore, every design aspect, including lighting, is crucial.
  • An area can be changed and transformed with the use of good lighting. You combine light and shade to create a relaxing yet dramatic atmosphere in a room.
  • It can enhance or detract from the room’s overall color scheme. It also can create an illusion by reflecting light off the walls. For example, lighting may make a space with light-colored furnishings appear larger.
  • One of the fundamental objectives of lighting in the interior design realm is to improve the operation of a place. It brightens the room, facilitates work, and ensures the premises’ and employees’ safety and security. Furthermore, top commercial lighting manufacturers feel that lighting must have a function or it would be a waste of money. Check out Jaquar lighting, as it has always got you covered.
  • There are a lot of low-cost brands that produce third-grade items. For example, LED lamps are made up of individual light-emitting diodes that might cause eye damage if viewed directly. That’s why these come with a diffuser for indoor use and a lens for outdoor lighting such as street lights and floodlights.
  • You will be able to see the individual diodes if the diffuser is also of poor quality, which can hurt and harm your eyes. Jaquar, for example, is a high-quality brand. However, the majority of modern street lighting does not have lenses on the diodes. This is done to save money because, under government procurement, the lowest bidder gets the order, even if he compromises on quality.
  • When it comes to choosing LED light that is good for your eyes, colour is also crucial. It is beneficial for your eyes to select lights that are 5700K; the best technique is to look for a bluish hue. If the LED has a bluish tint, it does not have a diffuser.
  • When inexpensive LED lamps are connected to old-style dimmer switches, they flicker repeatedly. In addition, when the dimmer is adjusted very low, there is always a controversy about poor-quality LED lamps and luminaires that create flickers. This is due to the download being provided to the light caused by inconsistent voltage.
  • The dimmer switch was also built for traditional lighting, which has far higher loads than LED. With reputable LED items, switching to an LED-specific dimmer should solve the problem. The fluorescent ballast should be removed before installing LED Tubes; otherwise, incompatibility between the ballast and the LED light may cause a flicker.
  • Flickering lights, which are most usually associated with fluorescent lighting, can also be harmful to one’s health as one of the contributing elements to ‘Sick Building Syndrome.’ Migraine-inducing headaches and clogged or runny noses, dry, itchy skin, eyestrain, rashes, fatigue, and difficulty concentrating are all common symptoms.
  • Staff sickness-related absences or, in the worst-case scenario, long-term work absences result from these symptoms. Individuals with light sensitivity, such as those with autism, lupus, chronic fatigue, Lyme disease, and vertigo, may have a hard time with such flicker-inducing illumination. Epileptic seizures have been linked to short-term exposure to frequencies ranging from 3Hz to 70Hz.
  • All Jaquar LED products are dimmable, with commercial and industrial solutions boasting precision-focused DALI drivers and 0-10V dimming for smooth and gentle dimming. These are premium drivers that ensure that the LEDs receive a constant current and allow our luminaires to interact with lighting control systems to improve energy efficiency and eliminate light waste.
  • Unless certain light fixtures specify a specific wattage, this is entirely up to the user. However, it’s vital to note that most light fixtures have a “maximum wattage” listed on them. This information is typically printed on a label or imprinted on the fixture’s body.
  • As a general guideline, overhead lighting should not exceed 100 watts, which will give intense lighting and should be sufficient for most applications. However, a lower-wattage light like 75 or 60 watts might be a better choice if it stays on for a long time.
  • The light source’s required illuminance, the height of the lights, the color of the room ceiling and walls, the reflectors behind the lights, and the fixtures where the lights are put are all factors to consider.
  • The ground connection is strictly for safety. There should be no current flowing in the ground connection, regardless of the load. Its goal is to keep voltage away from the external components. A small amount of water in the incorrect area might cause a lethal voltage to appear on parts that you can touch.
  • If they’re grounded, the voltage is safely bypassed to the ground, keeping the external components at zero voltage. A circuit breaker will trip, or a fuse will blow if enough current flows. However, unless the fixture comes with a metal casing, there is no need or requirement for safe ground. To avoid electrical shock, that metal housing will need to be “Safety” grounded.
  • When only one LED is used, the voltage is DC, usually extremely low, under 5 volts, and a resistor controls the voltage if the voltage source is more than that required.
  • You can use led strip lights and place them up, down, and across the frames. Then, bend and twist the strips in whichever way you like to decorate a space or a corner.
  • Cover outdoor frames with LED lights that will withstand rain and snow. By alternating different-colored strips or selecting lights that change colors automatically, you can give your house a unique and festive look.
  • Spell out different words and phrases with tiny, flexible LED modules available at Jaquar. Ensure that your message is visible late into the night, which is assured by LEDs’ established reliability. At any time of night, the lights glow for endless hours without flickering or burning out.
  • Wrap small LED lights around trees and plants in your home. Since LED lighting is great for highlighting, invest in a light that highlights a single garden object. From the floor to the ceiling, these LED lights can be fixed anywhere in or around the garden.
  • Lighting indeed is a way to make your space more stylish, appealing, and contemporary. Numerous modest and lovely lights are available that will fit much better in a small place than massive tracks with huge lights. Combine panel lights by Jaquar with different lights for a modern, elegant, yet versatile home design.
  • Another way of designing a small room is by adding ceiling lights. Modern ceiling light fixtures with dazzling decorative lights are a good choice. In addition, mirrors, glass items, and glossy surfaces reflect light, making the room appear larger than it is.
  • To make the room appear larger than it is, utilize tricks like changing the amount and direction of light reflected from the walls, ceiling, and floor, as well as its brightness.
  • Use ceiling light fixtures available at Jaquar, mix with modern floor lamps to give recessed lighting, which adds attractive touches to your design and makes tiny places look larger.
  • The light wattage required by a room depends on its size. Therefore, one can take a scientific approach by determining room size and desired brightness levels.
  • Each watt consumed determines how many lumens the light produces. Lighting items by Jaquar, for example, are considered high efficacy since they have been verified to provide the same functionality while using less energy.
  • You’ll need a few more watts if you have really dark coloured walls and furnishings or if you’re utilising fixtures with shades. You may choose to increase our numbers by 10 to 20% if you want the room to be very bright. For most settings, aiming high and using dimmers to bring the light level down to acceptable levels is ideal.
  • Lighting can be uncomforting at times, which means light layers are missing. In a room, too little — or even too much — of one type of lighting can be unsettling. Humans are incredibly light-sensitive, and dark or harsh environments can cause discomfort or even worry.
  • All of the lighting should be used in concert to produce a room that is not just well-lit but also adaptable. For example, hardwired fixtures should always be placed on a dimmer for added control.
  • Make a lighting strategy. When remodeling or building, consult with a lighting consultant to establish your project’s lighting requirements. Based on the size of the room and the details (such as lumen output) of a specific light fixture, an expert can assist you in determining the appropriate number of lights.
  • See if you can make the lights you already have more controllable. For example, put them on different switches so they may be switched on independently or use a dimmer to give them more control.
  • If you’re the only one sleeping in the bed, you’ll need one nightstand lamp; if you have a companion, you’ll need two. Whether you’re the only one in the room or not, two bedside lamps provide more outstanding balance if your bedroom is spacious or you have a king-size mattress. Even if you have two bedside lights, don’t rely on them to provide all of the light in the room.
  • The width of your nightstand should be around one-third to two-thirds the width of your mattress, and the width of your bedside lamp should be roughly one-third the width of the nightstand at its broadest point.
  • You wouldn’t want the light to shine directly in your eyes or shine over your head. If your nightstand and mattress are the same height, opt for a lamp that is the same height as your nightstand plus 2 or 3 inches. For example, a roughly 27 inches tall light will look best if your nightstand is 24 inches high.
  • It is reasonably necessary to look for a lampshade that balances your lamp. Lampshades should generally be two-thirds the height of the lamp body, measured from the bottom of the lamp to the light’s base.
  • Lampshades should be twice as wide as the lamp’s most comprehensive component. Choose a lampshade that is no wider than the shade’s height if you have a fragile light. We, at Jaquar, offer you varied ranges of bedside lamps to go with your demands and looks of your bedroom.
  • Reading lights or long cylindrical tube lights that emit wavelengths appropriate for studying should be utilized; tube lights emit less blue light than CFL and LED but are not energy efficient.
  • The eyes get strained by CFL and LED lighting because they emit blue light, which has a higher frequency than white light and hence has more penetrating strength. These frequencies can even reach your retina. Nowadays, Androids, Desktop Monitors, and other digital devices with screens come with features such as ‘Blue Light Filter,’ ‘Reading Mode,’ and ‘Dark Mode,’ all protect our eyes.
  • The light frequency emitted by CFLs and LEDs inhibits delta waves in the brain and induces alpha waves, resulting in a reduction in sleep time and, in some cases, no sleep at all. As a result, it is customary to refrain from using your Android or PC for at least one or two hours before going to bed. Both CFL and LED are like destructive twins for our eyes and studies; it is preferable to switch to a Tube light or a unique rechargeable light source.
  • First, identify the ideal height range for your light by sitting in the area adjacent to where the lamp will be placed. Measure from the lamp’s mounting surface to eye level. This is your starting point. Divide the base measurement by three to get the shade’s average height. Add 18 inches to the shade measurement to get the estimated size.
  • The lamp shade’s shape and appearance are significant stylistic considerations, but you should also choose a shade that complements how you’ll be using the light. For example, if you’re going to be watching TV with the design on, an opaque shade or one in a dark hue can assist reduce glare. On the other hand, a semi-opaque shade creates a warm glow for reading while also allowing for more excellent broad room illumination.
  • If the lamp is to be used for reading, a lamp with a wattage of 60 or higher is recommended. Choose a dimmable light for more flexibility. Finally, get your hands on the best light lamps by Jaquar.
  • The finest color LEDs for studying are those with cool light colors, such as blues and whites. They are designed to look like daylight, which helps to keep your mind alert and focused. Cooler hues will ensure that you study with maximum concentration.
  • From your brain’s perspective, white light is the closest thing to natural daylight. White light is made up of all light wavelengths at once, rather than just one. Blues have a similar impact, albeit at the lower end of the visible light spectrum.
  • You’ll want your lights to be bright to simulate daylight in your study or dorm. Warmer, softer lighting can induce feelings of calm, relaxation, and sleepiness. Bright lighting will keep you alert and focused, allowing you to finish your responsibilities.
  • Reds and oranges are warm colors with wavelengths on the higher end of the spectrum. Warm hues are those that your brain instinctively associates with sleep and bedtime. Warm colours with longer wavelengths elicit a reaction akin to that of a sunset or candlelight. In addition, warm hues provide a soothing environment that encourages your body to produce melatonin, the sleep hormone.
  • The eyes are strained by CFL and LED lighting because they emit blue light, which has a higher frequency than white light and hence has more penetrating strength. These frequencies can even reach your retina.
  • Nowadays, Androids, Desktop Monitors, and other digital devices with screens come with features such as ‘Blue Light Filter,’ ‘Reading Mode,’ and ‘Dark Mode,’ all of which are designed to protect our eyes.
  • The light frequency emitted by CFLs and LEDs inhibits delta waves in the brain and induces alpha waves, resulting in a reduction in sleep time and, in some cases, no sleep at all.
  • As a result, it is customary to refrain from using your Android or PC for at least one or two hours before going to bed. As a result, both CFL and LED are like destructive twins for our eyes and studies; it is preferable to switch to a Tube light or a unique rechargeable light source.
  • White with a warm glow It is ideally suited for Lounge Rooms, Family Rooms, Bedrooms, and any other space that demands natural, soothing warm light. For most domestic purposes, this is the best option.
  • Externally, warmer light is also recommended to reduce insect attractiveness, keep in mind that quality LEDs produce little UV light.
  • Cool white light is best suited for offices and retail display rooms – anywhere that requires a bright and crisp white light. When compared to Warm White alternatives, they often have a greater rated Lumen output.
  • They are substantially taller than other types of lamps and stand tall in a room. At least chest height, through eye level, or even more elevated than a standing human, the lamp head or light. For example, a floor lamp allows the light to be directed toward the ceiling or downwards over a seating or desk area by setting the light source thus high in the room.
  • Because the enhanced light helps perform activities, reading, and so on, floor lamps are frequently placed in the corner of a room or behind a sitting area. Floor lamps are commonly used as reading lamps, and some are intended expressly for this purpose.
  • When seated, set floor lamps to the side or behind you if you’re doing anything like reading. Lamps that produce a localised focused hotspot of light are ideal for this task. This can be accomplished by using a lampshade that concentrates the light and directs the majority of it downward.
  • Floor lamps for decoration, such as the conventional floor lamp with a shade, would lead you to more decorative and less functional light kinds. For example, a tiffany floor lamp shade with multicoloured art glass pieces forming a design could be used
  • For your child’s room, the most crucial lighting consideration is safety. Choosing unbreakable lightings, such as wood or plastic, and avoiding breakable materials, such as glass or pottery, can help you avoid any unpleasant mishaps. If your child is prone to accidents, ensure that any unsecured cords are secured to the floor, the wall, or a table leg.
  • Lamps with style are a simple way to add interest to any room. Finding the ideal light is simple because there are hundreds of different sizes, styles, and designs to pick.
  • When lighting a kid’s room, the most important thing to remember is to minimize intense lighting. Your baby’s sensitive, developing eyes may be overstimulated or even harmed by bright lights. Conversely, soft lighting reduces the contrast between light and dark, allowing your child’s eyes to relax.
  • A light dimmer may also establish different atmospheres in the room for playing, breastfeeding, resting, and making late-night feeding and diaper changing sessions a lot easier.
  • According to specific research, not having the best reading lamp and reading in low light can raise myopia chances.
  • You’ve probably experienced it yourself when reading in low light because your pupils have to dilate even more to read the words. So, for a brief moment, items and writing in the distance may appear hazy as you gaze up.
  • According to studies, proper illumination can help you get better scores. This is because dim lighting impairs the brain’s capacity to receive and retain information while also increasing anxiety.
  • It is incredibly distracting and perhaps harmful to your eye when a bright light reflects off the paper into your eye.
  • When you add the proper other hand illumination to a room, you can lessen the amount of external noise. As a result, your brain can concentrate on the information it is attempting to process. As a result, you’ll be more likely to remember what you’re reading.
  • First, identify the ideal height range for your light by sitting in the area adjacent to where the lamp will be placed and calculating from the lamp’s mounting surface to eye level. Divide the base measurement by three to get the shade’s average height. Add 18 inches to the shade measurement to get the estimated size.
  • The lamp shade’s shape and appearance are significant stylistic considerations, but you should also choose a shade that complements how you’ll be using the light. For example, if you’re going to be watching TV with the design on, an opaque shade or one in a dark hue can assist reduce glare. On the other hand, a semi-opaque shade creates a warm glow for reading while also allowing for more excellent broad room illumination.
  • If the lamp is to be used for reading, a lamp with a wattage of 60 or higher is recommended. Choose a dimmable light for more flexibility. Finally, get your hands on the best light lamps by Jaquar.
  • Table lamps connected to a cable with a switch are used effortlessly. The main light switch in many ancient houses was constructed for 135 cm beds, which was the standard size a few decades ago. When you have a larger bed or even twin beds, the leading light switch may be obstructed by the larger bed. Therefore table lights are beneficial.
  • The light will shine at a specific location in the room, depending on the shape and design of the table lamp. The light from table lamps is directed downwards and upwards, with the lampshade shading the bed area. Furthermore, turning the lamp around provides a general indirect source of lighting, making the lamp a very adaptable item.
  • Table lamps have the advantage of providing a soft light directed just at a particular region of the bed, making them less intrusive. This way no one will be disturbed if someone needs to get up in the middle of the night and turn on the light to fetch something from the bedroom nightstand.
  • In certain circumstances, the table lamp is used to illuminate the room rather than for reading softly. For example, there are occasions when the younger members of the family require it due to their fear of the dark. It’s also helpful for elderly folks who don’t want to trip over something in the dark or change their clothes before bed.