The ceiling lamp is a kind of lamp, as the name implies, because the upper part of the lamp is relatively flat, and the bottom is completely attached to the roof during installation, so it is called a ceiling lamp. The light sources include ordinary white light bulbs, fluorescent lamps, high-intensity gas discharge lamps, tungsten halogen lamps, LEDs, etc. The most popular ceiling lights on the market today are LED ceiling lights.
It originated from 1995 to 1996. Because it looks like the sun, it was called "sun lamp" by industry people at that time. Before 2000, the ceiling lamp had a single style and single material. Most of them used medium and low-grade materials. Bulbs, and mainly inductive ceiling lamps. With the development of science and technology, electronic technology is widely used in the design of living room ceiling lamps, such as ceiling lamps adapting to different voltages, ceiling lamps with adjustable brightness, and infrared red ceiling lamps that emit far away. Commonly used ceiling lamps are: square hood ceiling lamps, spherical ceiling lamps, pointed flat round ceiling lamps, hemispherical ceiling lamps, semi-flat sphere ceiling lamps, small rectangular hood ceiling lamps, etc.