Lighting is the process of illuminating an area or object to make it visible or to provide light for a specific purpose. Lighting is typically achieved using artificial light sources, such as light bulbs or lamps, although natural light from the sun can also be used. Lighting is an essential aspect of interior design and architecture, as it can affect a space’s mood, atmosphere, and functionality. Different types of lighting can be used for other purposes, such as general, task, or accent. Lighting can also be controlled using dimmers or switches to adjust the intensity or direction of the light.
Electrical refers to the branch of science and technology that deals with the study and application of electricity and electromagnetism. Electrical systems and devices are used in various applications, including power generation, lighting, heating, communication, and transportation. Electricity is a fundamental form of energy generated by the flow of electrons through a conductor, such as a wire. It can be converted into another point, such as mechanical energy or heat, and power many devices and systems. Electrical systems are typically designed and installed by trained electricians, and they must be maintained and operated safely to prevent accidents or injuries.