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Introduction to Parabolic Reflectors
There are so many items in our home that we may take for granted every day, but in truth they are amazing inventions that help us live and work and play in a very important way. Parabolic reflectors have been used in automotive lighting systems almost since the introduction of the automobile, and have been refined during the last 90 years. You see this on a car’s reflectors and also on reflectors on the roadways. Parabolic Reflectors have a highly reflective "silvered" surface, featured in many of today’s lights. Parabolic reflectors feature the shape of a parabola (somewhat bowl-shaped) with the light source typically located at the reflector’s focal point. This combination projects the light rays parallel to one another with focus of available light into a tight beam. Moving the light source toward the reflector will spread the light, while moving the source of light away from the reflector will cause the light rays to converge.
At Capitol Lighting, we understand the importance for our customers to be able to have the best Parabolic Reflectors available on the market to them because of the important role they play in our daily lives. You may not think of how much you need reflection of your car on the road – but you would if you had no Parabolic Reflectors! We understand our customers want quality Parabolic Reflectors that are lasting and friendly on the environment as well as their wallet.
Different Types and Applications of Parabolic Reflectors
There are many different types of light bulbs, these include: LED Light Bulbs, Halogen Light Bulbs, Incandescent Light Bulbs, CFL (Compact Fluorescent Lights) Light Bulbs, Fluorescent Light Bulbs, Vintage Light Bulbs, and Novelty Light Bulbs, and Xenon Light Bulbs.Other items related to light bulbs include Parabolic Reflectors and Reflector Bulbs. Light Bulbs available with a dimmable component include Black Light Bulbs, Dimming Light Bulbs, Dimmable LEDs, Dimmable CFLs, Dimmable Halogen Bulbs, and Dimmable Incandescent.
Parabolic Reflectors can range in price from the low scale starting around $10 to more significant $30 specialty reflectors. Some Parabolic Reflectors are available in packs while others are sold individually. Note this when you are making your selection of Parabolic Reflectors or ask for assistance to check on this.
Design and Installation of Parabolic Reflectors
Parabolic Reflectors have a different type of installation process. Larger parabolic reflectors project more light, making them ideal for applications that aren’t restricted by available installation space. If you are hesitant, hire a professional electrician or at the very least, ask a friend to help read you the proper directions as you work and assist you.
How to Choose the Best Parabolic Reflectors
You do not need to go far in your search for the best Parabolic Reflectors. You can find exactly what Parabolic Reflectors you are looking for at a Capitol Lighting showroom, and if there is not a showroom near you, where you can speak with our dedicated and eager to assist professionals or visit Capitol Lighting online at www.1800lighting.com
. Be it Parabolic Reflectors, or any of the types of indoor or outdoor lighting or lighting accessories that you will use your Parabolic Reflectors with, products sold by Capitol Lighting are from the most trusted manufacturers in the industry which means quality and durability for the Parabolic Reflectors and all that you purchase. Find the perfect Parabolic Reflectors to meet your lighting needs at Capitol Lighting.