PAR56 Narrow Beam Angle With High Power

- Jul 05, 2019-

The beam angle of a lamp is the angle at which the light is distributed or emitted. Lamps such as Halogens and some LEDs come in a variety of angles from, 4 degree to 60 degree with some of the larger up to 120 degree.

Note that while these abbreviations are commonly used, the angles associated with these vary slightly from manufacturer to manufacturer. These are typical beam angles spread abbreviations.

  • SP (spot): 4-19 degrees

  • FL (flood): 20-35 degrees

  • WFL (wide flood): 36-49 degrees

  • VWFL (very wide flood): 50-120 degrees or more

For most domestic household ceiling fitted appliances a beam angle in the 30-40 degrees will be sufficient given the standard height of ceilings and the range, spread and number of light bulbs in the area. 


Narrow beam angle makes the light in same Lumen looks much more powerful and brighter.

Our SWIN developed par56 with narrow beam angle according to market requirements. Max Power 36W and the light efficency could reach to 110lm/w.

It is designed to perfectly replace the old halogen lamp in pool light also ceiling light, like hotel lobby and church,which is highly demand but very little factory in China can do.

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