Often when looking at various LED products, you will see will usually see references made to IP ratings.
All items can be classed with an IP rating. Quite simply, the first numeral denotes the level of protection against dust/solids, and the second number denotes the level of protection against liquids. For interior use, generally IP20 is sufficient assuming it is in a dry area with little to no serious humidity. Garden lighting for example bollards and bricklights generally need at minimum a rating of IP33. If you're not sure, please feel free...
TTrapeze lighting is a form of alternative lighting that has been around for many years but is still highly sought after for its classic timeless design. Great for patios, office areas, dining rooms and more. Taking standard MR16 style lamps, LED technology now allows different colours, beam angles and brightness for all sorts of lighting scenarios.
Minimum components needed for one run for trapeze: