Underwater spotlights are lighting fixtures designed to illuminate underwater environments such as swimming pools, fountains, and ponds. These lights are typically designed to be fully submerged in water and are engineered to withstand harsh aquatic conditions.
Underwater spotlights can come in various shapes and sizes, from small circular lights to larger rectangular ones, and can be made from different materials such as stainless steel, brass, or plastic. These materials are chosen for their durability, resistance to corrosion, and ability to withstand underwater environments.
The light source for underwater spotlights is typically LED bulbs, which provide bright and energy-efficient lighting that can last for thousands of hours. Some underwater spotlights may also use halogen or incandescent bulbs, but these are becoming less common due to their higher energy consumption and shorter lifespan.