The whole-house custom furniture lighting has become standard. But for many designers, it is still difficult, Current, voltage, power matching, slotted wiring, light colour selection, induction control and many other issues.
The main purpose of this article is to help you to understand it simple, starting with typical applications, how to design the light base on the furniture in terms of installation, power matching and control methods. It will make furniture lighting design easier.
This article focuses on colour temperature selection and power matching.
What is the colour temperature?
Note: The egg colour does not represent the actual colour of the colour temperature, it is only used for reference and comparison.
1、The lower the colour temperature value, the more yellowish it is, the higher it is, the bluer it is.
2, 3000K is like the sun at 8 o’clock in the morning, 4000K is like the sun at 10 o’clock in the morning, 6000K is the sun at 12 o’clock in the noon.
3000K/4000K is the mainstream colour temperature for furniture lighting.
What is the colour temperature? For a furniture designer, it is not very important, we know what colour temperature we should use and that’s it. If you want to know more about it, you can find out for yourself by google , which is very detailed.
Don’t listen to the so-called “professional” sales, what colour panels need to be matched with what colour temperature light source, this is a pitfall, make a set of cabinets down the light strange.
The light is for the cabinet and the cabinet display items are more perfect rendering, the light itself can not take the main, so advocate see light not light.
Advice: a series of furniture using colour temperature should be uniform.
How to match the power supply?
22W<24W, it is workable power.
Note: the total power of the luminaire should be less than the power supply power.
Lighting design adheres to three unified principles.
1, colour temperature unity. The same group of cabinets, even in the same space requires all the lights colour temperature consistent.
2, uniform lamps. The same group of cabinets, strive to use the same style of lamps, so as to ensure that the light effect, brightness and other are consistent.
3, colour uniformity. The same cabinet selection of light body colour consistency.