Light fittings which are mounted to the walls either inside the home or on the exterior, such as the porch.
This is used to describe the colour temperature of a lights output which closely resembles a standard incandescent bulb. See glossary term "Kelvin" for more information. Usually between 2700 and 3000 on the Kelvin Scale.
If a product is described as water resistant it generally means it is able to withstand splashing or rain but not able to be submersed. Please be sure to check the IP rating to know the exact capabilities.
If a product is described as waterproof it usually means it can withstand splashing, rain and may be suitable for submersion. Please be sure to check IP ratings for accurate capabilities.
This is the amount of energy which a bulb uses to light, this no longer gives an accurate indication on the amount of light which is provided.
Wrought in essence means "worked", when used to describe metal it usually mean it has be hammered or manufactured into shape.