How Many Can Recessed Light Fixtures Should Be Used Together?

by:ILED     2020-03-15
The embedded lighting tank provides attractive ambient lighting, but since the fixture is hidden behind the ceiling, you will need more than one to illuminate the room.The optimal number of fixtures for a specific space depends on a number of factors, including the number of bulb tiles, the width of the tank, and the shape and size of the room.The number of lights you can install on the circuit is limited by the circuit breaker ratings, but in most cases this is not a problem.The ideal spacing of embedded lighting equipment causes each part of the floor to have roughly equal lighting.A light cone is provided for each fixture and the light cone should overlap.The fixture spacing required to produce this effect depends on several factors, including bulb strength, fixture opening diameter, and ceiling height.According to the rule of thumb, you can usually divide the height of the ceiling by 2 and divide the space of the fixture by this amount.8-optimal spacing between room standard fixturesThe foot ceiling is therefore 4 feet.Excessive use of embedded lighting or improper use can have adverse effects.A continuous arrangement of fixtures creates a line of sight pattern, thus creating a lessthan-Airport runway effect--It is usually better to place fixtures in slightly irregular patterns.In addition, too close to the spacing standard device will provide too much lighting, leaving the impression of a commercial showroom.However, some fixtures are directional and you usually need to put them closer together than the full range to produce the desired lighting effect, which may include the indirection on the wall or ceilingThe main limitation of the number of recessed fixtures you can run at the same time is the rating of the circuit breaker that controls the circuit.60 per fixture-The power consumption of Watt incandescent or halogen lamps is about 1/2 amps, so 15 ampsThe amplifier circuit breaker of the standard lighting circuit can handle 30 of them.This is more than you have installed in most rooms.Each CFL or LED bulb is usually provided with 60-A 10-watt or less Watt incandescent lamp, equivalent to a current of 1/12 amps.Thus a 15-The Amp circuit can safely control 180 or more fixtures using CFL or LED bulbs.If you can get into the attic, there\'s nothing wrong with installing embedded lighting.In this case, it is a simple thing to fix them on the ceiling support beam and wire them together.When you do not have access, you need to use fixtures designed to dry walls in the ceiling.These don\'t usually provide much lighting as they are connected to the top beam, and you may need more lighting.If your ceiling is insulated, be sure to use an IC fixture with rated insulation contact for that fixture.Failure to do so poses a fire hazard.
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