Always try to avoid light pollution by directing the light directly where it is required.
Light pollution occurs when unwanted light falls outside the area intended for illumination. Unnecessary, excessive or badly designed and installed systems that allow light to go upwards or trespass outside the target area are wasteful and are of no benefit to anyone.Light pollution wastes precious natural resources, adversely affects the lives of animals, is a common cause of complaint when it shines into neighbouring property and makes the night sky too bright for astronomers to view the stars at night.
Fully adjustable, concentrate the light where you need it most. There are two main types of reflector, symmetrical and asymmetrical. Symmetrical is the standard type found in most traditional style flood lights including the vanguard range where light is thrown is a wide beam angle. Asymmetrical is a more controlled light beam and thrown the light down and forward therefore reducing unwanted light spill.
Halogen flood lights are not energy efficient and there is a selection of LED flood lights on the web site that use less power and the lamp life is much longer lamp life is much longer.
|Lamp description:||quartz halogen bulb R7s 118 mm 130 Watt|
|Max wattage:||130 Watt|
|IP rating:||IP 44|
|Suggested accessories:||227770, 227774|
|Degree of tilt:||90|