• General Lighting

Also known as “background lighting” or “ambient lighting”, is the basis of a lighting plan, refers to the non-directional lighting full of a room, providing a generally adequate lighting foundation for all activities in the room.

  • Localized General Lighting

The upgrated version of the general lighting, designed different levels of illumination for a particular region to realize the general lighting of this area.

  • Local Lighting

To meet the specific needs of certain parts of the room, setting the way of lighting within a certain area.

The lighting fixture is usually installed above the working surface. Local illumination mode usually use a smaller light source power in the local area to obtain higher illumination, and is also easy to adjust and change the light direction. Local lighting is usually used in the following occasions, area where high illumination is required but due to shelter the general lighting could not reach, area need to reduce glare, area need to strength the light of certain direction to enhance the building material sense. But working in place with only partial lighting is easy to cause visual fatigue.

  • Mixed lighting

Made up by general lighting and local lighting to create more flexible lighting effects.

  • Accent Lighting

Also known as “decorative lighting”, in order to improve the illumination of the specified area or target, make it more prominent than the surrounding area lighting. It is often used to emphasize particular parts or furnishings of space, such as architectural elements, architecture, clothing, collections, ornaments and works of art, museum artifacts, and so on.

  • Normal Lighting

Illumination used under normal conditions.

  • Emergency Lighting

Illumination enabled due to power failure in normal lighting. Emergency lighting includes evacuation lighting, safety lighting and standby lighting. It is the most common to see emergency lighting and security evacuation lights in the corridor.

  • Evacuation Lighting

Emergency lighting is used to ensure that evacuation routes are effectively identified and used.

  • Safety Lighting

Emergency lighting to ensure the safety of persons at risk.

  • Stand-by Lighting

Emergency lighting is used to ensure that normal activities could continue or temporarily continue.