You might try an led (warm white; I've actually seen yellow work really well
for interior lighting where you can't see the bulb) mounted in the ceiling
with a diffuser, like the "tube" to which you were referring , to eliminate
a spot of light right below the led. Leds are not hot and won't melt your
plastic, last about 100,000 hours and take very little power.
> I am planning on putting in lights in a structure.
> I am wondering if I puyt the lights in a styrene tube will it melt the tube?
> Any suggestions? Is Grain of Wheat bulbs to bright & hot for this application?
> Not trying to do fiber optics yet.
> But if I have to it is an option. IF fiber optics is best route, who makes
> Want more of a downard glare, like ceiling mounted bulbs.
> Not too bright though, but enough to light up a small area in a structure.
> The area to be lit is a car repair bay of a service station structure.
> Thank you in advance any help or info is appreciated,
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