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   As we all know, LED lighting has the advantages of small size, very low energy consumption, sturdy and durable, long service life, safe and low voltage. LED high bay lights also take advantage of this and have become a popular choice for commercial lighting. There are two categories of lighting and local lighting, and their user requirements and scope of use are also different.

   Generally, the lighting lamps are usually arranged evenly on the top and sidewalls of the worksite to illuminate the entire work surface. It is necessary to use incandescent lamps with a higher power, halogen tungsten lamps, LED high-intensity gas discharge lamps, or a large number of fluorescent lamps, of course. , There are also relatively energy-saving and high-power LED high bay lamps, etc. Most of the high bay lamps belong to this category. Generally, lighting lamps have higher requirements on the distribution of light, and two types of direct lighting and semi-direct lighting are widely used. Light distribution, especially the latter, in the semi-direct lighting type, a part of the light emitted upwards illuminates the ceiling, which can increase the ceiling brightness and create a more comfortable and brighter environment. The local lighting is a kind of lamp that improves the illuminance of a certain working part. Its function can be strengthened on the basis of general lighting LED high bay light manufacturers to supplement lighting, or it can be used in some places that do not usually need lighting (such as equipment Inspection and maintenance places) are used as temporary lighting, and there are no strict regulations on their light distribution. Local lighting lamps are usually installed near the work area, using incandescent lamps and tungsten halogen lamps with safe and special voltage as the light source, with (portable) running lights, Hanging lights, work desk lights, machine tool work lights, etc., in some Gundam workshops, spotlights are sometimes used for local lighting.