How Floodlights Can Help Improve Your Camping Experience
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How Floodlights Can Help Improve Your Camping Experience

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How Floodlights Can Help Improve Your Camping Experience

If you are someone who enjoys spending a lot of time in the great outdoors, you must have already found yourself having some problems getting around at night. Well, headlamps can solve some of your problems but not all of them as they only illuminate so much space. If you are a serious outdoors person, getting some floodlights to illuminate the area that you stay in will greatly improve your camping experience by providing you with more visible area throughout your nights in the wilderness. There are a few simple steps to follow when selecting your floodlight in order to make sure you are getting the best option possible.

The location you choose for it plays a vital role. Before you buy flood light, make sure you have picked out a spot where you are going to install it. Getting the right height and angle can make all the difference because it determines how much and which area it will illuminate. It is essential that you place your floodlight in just the right place so as to cover the most frequently used part of your camping area so that you can use it to its maximum potential.

Another thing to decide will be which type of bulb to get. Traditionally, floodlights have used halogen bulbs which are able to save up 20% to 30% energy compared to older incandescent bulbs. But they don’t even come close to the energy saving capacities of the LED bulbs. For this reason, when you buy flood light, it is smart to invest in one that has a LED bulb. The biggest advantage that LED light bulbs have over the traditional ones is their longer lifespan. To give you an example: A situation in which a halogen light bulb would last 2,000 hours, LED floodlights can last up to 30,000 hours or more.

In addition, floodlights can also act as a wildlife deterrent. Well lit areas are unappealing because they don’t provide cover for predators, so the lighting itself acts as a scare device for nuisance wildlife. When animals come up on a camping sight, they are very wary and the slightest noise or change in the area can scare them off. But this is only in partly true, because if you spend a long time in that camp site, they can get used to the light. This means that while lights in your camp area may deter some animals, they won’t deter all of them forever.

Ian Tompson