LED Spotlights are concentrated by using a condenser lens or a mirror. These lamps have the high luminous intensity and high brightness. The LED floodlight is a point source that can be uniformly illuminated in all directions, and its illumination range can be adjusted arbitrarily.
Let’s take a look at a few of the key differences between an outdoor LED flood light and the LED spotlight.
Spotlight light‘s projection distance is far, the color temperature of the light is normal, and the surface color of the object is pure, and a good picture color effect can be obtained. It can project highly directional beams. It produces very bright highlights and sharp lines. As the "protagonist" in lighting fixtures, usually, it is used as the main light and contour light of characters or scenes.
Light expansion angle:
The angle of light of the spotlight must not exceed 120 degrees. Otherwise, the light is not the effect of the spotlight. The angle of the light show chosen to be below 90 degrees.
LED floodlight creates a large beam spread that can cast from 50 to 120 degrees of light. As this is a larger beam, this light covers a significantly large amount of space without compromising energy efficiency (wattage) or light brightness (lumens) in comparison to the spotlight.
LED spotlights can be seen when looking to highlight specific points or details, such as artwork in a museum, features in landscaping, or items for display.
If your project requires illuminating large spaces that need a wide and even distribution of light, the LED outdoor floodlight is the one you want to go with. These lights are used in settings such as parking lots, warehouses, other commercial spaces, and driveways to name a few.
In most cases, people always use floodlights and spotlights together.
This will ensure that the overall lighting is soft and also makes the highlighted area clear and bright. If you want to know more about Waterproof LED Flood Lights, please feel free to contact us.