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LED Light Power Suggetion For Different Room

Living Room

Acreage

20-30㎡

30-40㎡

40-50㎡

50-70㎡

70-80㎡

LED

60-80W

100-150W

220-280W

300-350W

400-450W

Note: Living Room area is generally the main proportion of the total area of the house, so the demand for lighting wattage is relatively high, under the premise of ensuring lighting, so that the living room appears transparent and bright and generous is particularly important.

The bedroom

Acreage

5-10㎡

10-15㎡

15-20㎡

>20㎡

LED

13-25W

25-38W

38-50W

>50W

Note: The Bedroom Light Requirements Soft, easy to create a warm atmosphere; there should be no harsh light, so that people more easily into sleep, so the light wattage requirements are low.

Balcony section

Acreage

3-5㎡

5-10㎡

Fluorescent lamp

15-25W

25-50W

LED

8-13W

13-25W

Note: The Balcony area is relatively small, but also to meet the necessary space for a perfect home life, is a good weather when the rest of the place, so the appropriate lighting wattage to decorate it is necessary.

The kitchen

Acreage

3-5㎡

5-10㎡

10-15㎡

Fluorescent lamp

15-25W

25-50W

50-75W

LED

8-13W

13-25W

25-38W

Note: Because people in the kitchen will carry out a different length of work, cutting vegetables and other subtle action on the lighting requirements are higher. Both to ensure that the kitchen does not leave Dark Area, and to reduce the inconvenience and danger of cooking, it is necessary to choose more adequate lighting.

The old man’s room

Acreage

5-10㎡

10-15㎡

15-20㎡

>20㎡

Fluorescent lamp

50-100W

100-150W

150-200W

>200W

LED

25-50W

50-75W

75-100W

>100W

Note: Older People have impaired vision and experience far less light than younger people. Older people need brighter lights to be able to see clearly, so choose lights with higher wattage.

The children’s Room

Acreage

5-10㎡

10-15㎡

15-20㎡

>20㎡

Fluorescent lamp

25-50W

50-75W

75-100W

>100W

LED

13-25W

25-38W

38-50W

>50W

Note: Children need to choose soft indoor lighting, room lighting will stimulate the eyes to affect sleep, and low-intensity lighting is conducive to the development of children’s sleep, so choose low wattage lighting.

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