Get Creative with Plug ‘n’ Play Outdoor Lights

3467fda1055f23cc112068d5a3a8aa92The development of LED technology has made all sorts of things possible. Light fittings are smaller, slimmer, more varied and more versatile. Thanks to the sheer energy efficiency of LED’s, the entire future of lighting is planned around them. LED technology is considered one of the most investable technologies of the early 21st century. All of this is impressive, but how does it affect you?

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An equivalent concept in lighting is “Plug n’ Play” outdoor lighting, which lets just about anyone design and install their own garden lighting scheme. These systems are always low voltage, which is significant because it means you don’t have to dig deep trenches to bury cables or hire an electrician. The fixtures are incapable of delivering a harmful electric shock. With a Plug ‘n’ Play lighting system, you simply choose the lights you need, buy the required accessories (extension cables, connectors, sensors, transformers), and just install the whole lot in your garden. Very few tools are needed for the job and in some instances none are required.

Naturally, energy-efficient LED technology plays a significant role in these Plug ‘n’ Play lighting ranges. LED lights are inherently low voltage and LED lamp surfaces are cool to the touch, which makes them safer still if you have inquisitive children in your garden. LED technology is ideal for outdoor applications, since it’s resistant to shock and vibration and unaffected by cold temperatures (down to -20°C).

Some of the Plug ‘n’ Play light fixtures available include ground lights, floodlights, post lights, spotlights, string lights and wall lights. You can control your lighting scheme if desired by installing PIR movement sensors, dusk-to-dawn sensors or a remote-control receiver.