direct lighting


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direct lighting

n
(Electrical Engineering) electrical engineering a lighting system in which a large proportion (at least 90 per cent) of the light is directed downwards
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Delivery of the lighting system, which allows indirect lighting - lighting ceiling and direct lighting - accent lighting for the exhibits.
On the other hand, direct lighting provides the essential shadiness for a good illumination.
The new lights enable the rotation of light bars within each fixture to direct lighting to critical work surfaces.
Glass lens cover available for direct lighting, suitable for higher installations
We have been able to achieve good results with the combination of indirect lighting (for the soft illumination of building surfaces) and compact direct lighting (for creating desired contrast and focus)," Kasai adds.
When a camera looks at the etched fiducial on the stencil, it's often the case that the direct lighting needs to be reduced, while the oblique lighting is increased.
In the executive dining area, custom circular pendants with halogen lamps provide direct lighting on the dining tables, as well as indirect lighting.
When it is dark this hazard is even more dangerous, the kerb not being highlighted with paint, no direct lighting at this point, nor aligned or marked properly with the access road upon entry.
An edge-lit backlight allows for color mixing within the light-guide, eliminating the deviations from LED to LED that are evident in the direct lighting approach, and making the edge-lit light guides very adaptable to multi-function displays.
Most facilities use direct lighting, which is attached to the side of the building.
Direct lighting systems (right) provide illumination with a downward distribution.
Direct lighting luminaires are typically recessed into the ceiling and aim 90 to 100 percent of their light downward from the ceiling onto the worksurface.