Spotlighting is a technique for highlighting a point of particular interest, such as the cable stays on a bridge, with a strongly focused beam of light.
Architectural installations, public monuments, landscape and hardscape environments, and stage performances often require the narrow focus of a spotlight, rather than the broad coverage of a flood light.

Characteristics of a typical spotlight include:

• A strong light source, often a high-intensity discharge lamp with a high color temperature
• A lens which can be manually focused
• A manual device to change the intensity of the beam, especially when a HID source which can
not be electronically dimmed is used
• An “iris” to adjust the size of the spot/angle of the beam
• A color magazine or “boomerang” consisting of several gel frames which can be swung
in front of the beam
• Some sort of physical sight to assist in aiming is sometimes added onto the lamp by
the operator


• Compact structure, beautiful appearance
• Concealed vent design, good heat dissipation
• New LED technology to ensure continuous light
• Output and stable color rendering
• Excellent performance to ensure LED can work at a lower temperature



Spotlights are widely used in residential as well as all commercial purposes.