point-source light

point-source light

[′pȯint ‚sȯrs ‚līt]
(electricity)
A special lamp in which the radiating element is concentrated in a small physical area.
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In addition, the film comprises a semicovert image which appears to float in the background when viewed under a point-source light such as a torch.
In addition the cutting-edge packaging technology can increase the LED view angle up to 140-degree, achieving more uniform dispersion of point-source light while decreasing number of LEDs used, thereby significantly lowering cost and increasing efficiency.
Closely arranged point-source lights have a similar effect.