- Even backlighting in the form of the “light” corridor, unlike spotlights, which provide strong illumination for objects located nearby and weak illumination for objects distanced from them.
- Spotlights (external and built-in) emit light of conical shape which forms opaque zones nearby. The proposed solution creates a straight illumination front regardless of the object’s shape thanks to the flexibility of the emitter. Alongside, the light is evenly emitted in the area.
- The cost of spotlights strongly influences the quantity of spotlights that can be installed at the facility. This solution is much more cost‐effective.
- Due to the flexibility of the emitter and the continuity of illumination, the area that needs to be emitted may have any shape and any number of turns, benches, etc.
- Unlike spotlights, the range of illumination may be adjusted step by step by increasing or decreasing the number of emitter’s lines at the desired spot.