How to Choose a Garden Projector

How to Choose a Garden Projector Kswing

Do you love spending time outdoors in your garden? If so, you’ll love this new garden projector! This projector can turn any outdoor space into an amazing garden oasis. It projects beautiful images of flowers, trees, and landscapes onto any surface, creating an immersive experience that you’ll love.

But do you know how to choose a suitable projector for your garden? Follow the 5 steps.

Decide what you want the projector to do

Some projectors are designed for basic tasks like projecting a garden scene or a holiday display, while others can be used for more complex purposes like displaying photos, videos, or animated graphics.

If you are looking for a garden projector just for decoration, you should decide which festival you will use it for. Is it used for summer, Halloween or Christmas. Different pattern for different festival. For Summer, some popular patterns include stripes, polka dots, star motion and flowers. For Halloween, spider, ghost, pumpkin head and so on. For Christmas, snowflakes, Christmas trees, Santa Claus. Maybe some projector can be used for summer and Christmas.

Think about the brightness of the projector

A brighter projector will be better suited for a larger area, while a less bright projector is better for a smaller area.For most garden projector, you can get 3900 sq ft screen by 25 ft away from your projector. Besides, if you put the projector away from your house, you should choose a long wire plug.

Protection from water

Most garden projectors are placed in outdoor open space, it must be waterproof, which depends on where do you place it. Below is the waterproof range, in the most cases, IP6X6 is suitable.

IPX0: The product offers no special protection from water.

IPX1: Can resist water that drips vertically onto the product.

IPX2: Can resist water that hits the product at a 15° angle or less.

IPX3: Can take water sprays of up to 60°.

IPX4: Is resistant to water splashes from any direction.

IPX5: Can resist a sustained, low-pressure water jet spray.

IPX6: Can resist high-pressure, heavy sprays of water.

IPX6K: Can resist water jets of extremely high pressure. Rarely used.

IPX7: Can be submerged up to 1 meter in water for 30 minutes.

IPX8: Can be submerged deeper than 1 meter. The exact depth is specified by the manufacturer.

IPX9K: Resists high-pressure, high-temperature sprays at close range. A very special case that’s dictated by a separate standard. Rarely used.

Decide how much you want to spend

Garden projectors range in price from around $30 to $100.Most of them have no difference except pattern design. In most cases, RGB laser is $20 expensive than RG laser.

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