8905 5w dimming led ceiling mounted light fixtures for restaurant table
1.3000K 4000K 6000K
2.mini Beam angle can be changed from 8 to 32 degree
3.rotating adjustable 360 degree,0-90degree vertically adjustable
4.Black (The finish color can be customized for your need)
5.this item can be customized with dimmable
7. for museum and gallery lighting,restaurant table lighting
8.Two version,surface mounted and 2wires 3 wires 4wires European track -With good cooling design, efficient heat dissipation. -Use this track spot light for art gallery and jewelry showcase is perfect.
|Item No. 8905
||Body Color: Black
|Input Voltage: AC100-240V
||LED Source: 1pc COB
|Dimming:non-dimmable/ triac dimmable
||Recommended place:Restaurant table
|Installing: surface mounted/track
||Beam Angle: 15°
8905 LED Track Spot Light for art gallery lighting
A. Anti-glare design There's an outstanding anti-glare design of this led ceiling mounted spotlights. Protecting human being's eyes even thought it works in restaurant,perfect for lighting the restaurant table from high ceiling.15 degrees beam angle make the light smaller and more uniform.
B.360°sea level rotation adjustable The 360°sea level rotation satisfy a full range of light projecting, wherever the object is, can find it and make it eye catching.
C.Vertically adjustable Technology
There's two version of this lighting,surface mounted and track rail
Application-lighting in restaurant
Where the track spotlight shoule be fixed on
This picture as below is providing an idea of installing a track light.But,please based on your situation to install.
How to choose the light
A color rendering index (CRI) is a quantitative measure of the ability of a light source to reveal the colors of various objects faithfully in comparison with an ideal or natural light source.
The number is bigger,the ability to reveal the color is better.For example,CRI90 is better than CRI80.
Color temperature is conventionally expressed in kelvins, using the symbol K, a unit of measure for absolute temperature. Color temperatures over 5000 K are called "cool colors", while lower color temperatures (2700–3000 K) are called "warm colors"
3000K-Warm White;4000K- Netural White;6000K-Cool White