Ways for You To Illuminate Trees With Buried UplightsSource:www.better-led.com Hits: Time:2013-10-04
Many kinds of buried LED flood light are used for the purpose of illuminating trees and garden. Correct ways are needed to realize it. When our living condition is improving that residents require more beautiful and charming night scene for night activity, such as walking, jogging and so forth. The street lights, food lights are the common lights used by them. And the buried flood lights can be a good tool for brighten garden and our yard and make them desirable.
Also the LED flood light now can replace traditional light to illuminate landscaping views. Compared to the traditional decoration lights, flood lights are more easier and suitable to use. When you are considering the use of buried uplights to illuminate trees, the right light is very important. Deciduous trees change shape, and colour throughout the seasons and having a buried uplight does make it more difficult to highlight different features throughout the year.
When you choose the right and proper lights, lamp types and intensity are the important considerations. Also take into account that an object situated at some distance from the viewpoint must be lit more brightly than one that is close to the viewer in order to achieve the same impact. There are some typical applications for you to refer.
Narrow trees: poplar, pine
Tree height 20 metres: Use a 35w metal halide fitting with a narrow beam or a 75w tungsten halogen fitting with a narrow beam.
Tree height 25 metres: Use a 70w metal halide fitting with a narrow beam or a 100w tungsten halogen fitting with a narrow beam.
Tree height 30 metres: Use a 150w metal halide fitting with a narrow beam or three 100w tungsten halogen fittings with a narrow beam.
Garden trees: Birch, Acer
Tree height 12 metres: Use a 35w metal halide fitting with a medium beam or a 75w tungsten halogen fitting with a medium beam.
Tree height 16 metres: Use a 70w metal halide fitting with a medium beam or a 100w tungsten halogen fitting with a medium beam.
Tree height 25 metres: Use a 150w metal halide fitting with a medium beam or three 100w tungsten halogen fitting with a medium beam.
Broad canopy trees and specimens: oaks, lime, sycamore
Often the best approach is to use two or three buried uplights to light the trunk and canopy separately. Wattage dependent on size of tree.
The buried LED flood light will make an important influence to our life when it comes to lighting such trees. If you want to create the same effect, you need to learn more knowledge about it. www.better-led.com is a leading supplier, providing LED tube light and street light, sport light and others. You can choose one.
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