direct illumination


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direct illumination

Illumination provided by direct light from pyrotechnics or searchlights.
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Tenders are invited for quotations for procurement of direct compact pocket otoscope with direct illumination and infantometer to various govt.
c) Direct illumination with blue light using a slit lamp
The downward-facing orientation, in conjunction with the secondary optics, enables direct illumination of the surface where tripping hazards are located and reduces the glare that "stray light" can cause.
One such method is the direct illumination of pedestrians.
A mystical reading sees philosophy as a process that clears the way to direct illumination, to a metalinguistic, metarational experience of God.
The LED cover comes frosted by default for smooth, diffused light, but customers can also choose a clear cover for more direct illumination. Robust dimming options allow users to adjust the lighting level to match the ambience while a non-dimming model is also available.
Daylight is then reflected on the vertical and horizontal elements of the area, leading to the increase of daylight levels not only in the specific area receiving direct illumination, but also in the entire room.
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