lamps. Thursday , September 28th , 2017 - 21:50:22 PM
The locomotive and passenger car lights of older DC sets just didn't work very effectively. The bulbs would be dark if the train wasn't moving because there was no voltage to the rails. To keep lit while sitting stationary, a separate power source or capacitor was needed. This is an awkward solution at best. Not to mention it isn't very realistic for a slow moving loco to have a dim lamp... getting brighter as the loco moves faster. Lighting with DCC solves this issue by supplying full voltage to the rails to the DCC decoder whether or not the locomotive is moving. Because the light is independent of the throttle, this means that lights can be turned on or off and any combination of lighting configurations can be added as long as the design of the command station can afford one more feature.
You want to make sure that your new Island or Billiard lighting system illuminates up to the edge of the pool table. If it is to high the lights will interfere with your eyes, if it is to low the lights can be damaged by an erratic pool ball, cue stick or your head. Most systems work well with 60 watt bulbs, however depending on the setting and pool table shape or size, 40 watt bulbs might work just as well.
When it comes to run a successful business one of the most important things you need to have is an energizing work force. Not only the lighting but the color of your wall, the temperature of your room, the noise around you etc. have also a great impact on productivity. But the problem regarding lighting from a migraine to eye strain is plenty. So from my end, I would say that changing the whole environment by changing the lighting system of your office can increase up to 70% productivity as well as employee satisfaction.
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