Illuminate whatever you wish using direct spotlights. Our spotlights have functional swivel joints allowing you to adjust the light as you please. Whether it's in the hallway or in the kitchen, decide what furniture or decor you'd like to illuminate. If you want to change the focus of your spotlight, this can be easily altered.
For optimal lighting, mix up your lighting
Create the perfect lighting atmosphere in your room using both direct and indirect lighting. You have the choice to combine a spotlight with general lighting to create a unique lighting mood. You can get a softer illumination through the overall lighting of the room. This is how you prevent a floodlight effect.
The beam angle affects how much light arrives at the illuminated area.
Many spotlights emit light at a certain angle due to its design. This is called the beam angle. The angle of radiation determines the size of the light cone, as well as how much light actually arrives at the surface.
Light decreases in brightness over distance. The bundling of the light can ensure that enough light still comes to the illuminated object, even after a greater distance.
The larger the beam angle, the larger the light cone and so the faster the light becomes weaker.
A good demonstration of this is through a torch. When a torch is at a large angle and shines onto a wall, you will see a large beam of light. However, the brightness within the light cone on the wall is lower. After you set the zoom to a narrower angle, the light cone is reduced a lot, but the light at the targeted point is significantly brighter.
Lets understand the beam angle better. A beam angle of 120° is suitable for the general lighting of rooms. For example, if you want to highlight some art on the wall, you should choose a smaller beam angle. An angle of 90° is recommended to illuminate the hallway. These guidelines will help you illuminate effectively.
What to consider before buying your light
How many spotlights do you need? It is not easy to choose from our wide range of products we have on offer if you don't know the specific purpose for the light. We have prepared a few questions to help you narrow down your choice.
What do I want to illuminate?
How far is any furniture or decor from the spotlight?
How much space do I have for the installation?
How should the spotlights be aligned?
Will the lights be exposed to moisture and dust?
Upgrade to smart spotlights with EGLO Connect
You can easily upgrade your LED spotlights to use our EGLO Connect system if your spotlights have a replaceable light source. This offers a smart way to control your light via a remote control or an app.
You have the choice of over 16 million colours and over 50,000 shades of white in order to create the right light for every mood. EGLO Connect offers a wide range of helpful functions including the grouping of lights, light scenes, timers, presence simulator, twilight simulator and many more.