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Downlight pendant The light source used for the nondirectional pendant can be fitted into a simple metal shade that redirects the light in one direction, giving control over which surfaces receive most light. Uplight pendant Suspending the kind of reflector used for the downlight pendant the other way round creates an uplight, which illuminates the soffit to produce a very soft, indirect quality of light. Floodlights and spotlights A directional luminaire can use any combination of simple shades, polished reflectors, or lenses to control the light, and the available range of beam spreads is almost infinite; some luminaires even have an adjustable beam spread. In basic terms it is enough to describe directional luminaires as wide-beam (also known as floodlights) or narrow-beam (spotlights). The terms floodlight and spotlight are generally applied to discrete, surfacemounted luminaires. A floodlight may be used to evenly illuminate a large area; the narrower spread of light from a spotlight allows small areas and objects to be picked out from their surroundings. Although there is no definition of how wide a spotlight beam has to be before it becomes a floodlight, in normal usage anything above 40 degrees would be too wide to highlight small areas effectively. One definition of beam spread would describe a narrow-beam luminaire as being less than 20 degrees and a medium beam between 20 and 40 degrees. Anything above 40 degrees would be described as a wide beam. Downlights One of the most common uses of directional luminaires in architectural situations is as downlights recessed into ceiling surfaces. Properly known as ceiling-recessed downlights, this is usually shortened to just downlights. Endless options exist for different light sources, luminaire sizes, shapes, and light distributions. The terms spotlight and floodlight are not generally used for recessed luminaires; rather, they tend to be described as medium-, wide-, or narrow-beam (or some version of this).Homedesignq Lighting Fixtures For Home – What Are The Alternatives?

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