Strobe lights, depending on their color and location, can create a number of effects.
Strobe lights are widely appreciated in both scientific and industrial applications. They draw instant attention to emergency vehicles on the road, create effects akin to lightning in theaters and create an illusion of slow motion in nightclubs. The process of installing strobe lights, whether on a vehicle or in a building, is straightforward, mainly requiring a little concentration and a few materials provided by the strobe light manufacturer.
1. Mark the spots where you want to install your strobe lights. Install them away from any locations where they could be easily broken, damaged or displaced.
2. Drill holes, with a drill bit, in the spots where you need to install your light. Drill holes smaller in diameter than the diameter of your screws.
3. Follow the protocol provided by the strobe light manufacturer to install the strobe lights. Thread screws, provided by the strobe light manufacturer, through the holes in the strobe lights. Use a screwdriver to fasten the screws into the holes on the wall.
4. Plug in the strobe lights near a surge protector or light switch.