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What’s the Difference between Direct and Indirect Lighting?

Indirect Lighting

Indirect lighting is perfect for open spaces; Retail, Offices, Hallways, Airports, Cafeterias, Gyms, Hospitals, Schools
Indirect light offers higher visual comfort levels
Gives a soft, pleasant glow to the space
Better quality of light provides the illusion of more light
Increases perceived spaciousness, getting rid of “cave-like” environments
Provides the feeling of natural lighting when daylight is lacking

Direct Lighting

Direct lighting is perfect for closed spaces; Retail, Offices, Hallways, Airports, Cafeterias, Gyms, Hospitals, Schools
Direct lighting provides a strong illumination towards a specific task or area
Can create a vivid environment with attractive light and shadow patterns eg. on wall surfaces
The light source illuminates below the horizon surface of the fixture
Also suited for zonal or accent lighting

New Product Launch - LED Linear High Bay

Features
Minimalism style, simple and elegant
Wattages 100W, 150W, 200W, 240W
140 LM/W
Light Distributions: 30/ 60/ 90/ 120/ shelf beam 20 degrees