Here are some handy Garden-Lighting-Tips and ideas which may be applied to both Solar-Powered-Garden-Lights
and hard-wired incandescent garden lights.
In the left column you will find some interesting and related material to give you a more visual experiece rather than text alone. Explore and enjoy... your Garden-Lighting-Tips experience begins here.
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ABOVE and TOP,
We have come to use the terms warm-white and cool-white to describe the amount of red or blue present in artificial light.
White light is actually composed of an entire spectrum of both visible and invisible light called... guess what? ...The Spectrum.
You may demonstarate this phenomenon for yourself if you have a prism on hand to break a beam of white light into its basic components.
The amount of red or blue present in white light is refered to as its Colour Temperature and though it might be a little counter-intuitive, red is at the bottom of the scale and cooler while blue is at the top of the scale and hotter. Colour Temperature is measured in degrees Kelvin.