lighting. Monday , May 22nd , 2017 - 09:38:58 AM
The second and arguably the most useful measure of full spectrum light is the FSI or full spectrum index. The FSI does a detailed analysis of the peaks and troughs of the SPD and then averages them, to come out with a score. The lower the FSI score, the more even the distribution of wavelengths produced by the product. Scores of 2.0 or less qualify as being full spectrum.
This may be beneficial if you buy a replacement light when you're buying your own DLP set. This will make sure that you have bought the lamp that is well suited for your television and also the store is really a trustworthy one. It's also feasible to get discounts about the lamp, as it will likely be lumped along with the bigger cost of the DLP Television set.
One thing to keep in mind: you can retrofit recessed lighting. There are kits and tools available, or any home remodeler should be able to do this for you. You're not limited to recessed lighting only in new builds and you don't have to worry about having your entire basement remodeled to get these kinds of lights.
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