Superior Saunas Lighting options are vapor proof and safe for sauna lighting in high humidity wood lined sauna rooms. Sauna lights are specially designed for wet sauna use and also work well in dry or infrared saunas. Standard sauna lighting fixtures can utilize an external wall regular switch or a dimmer switch. For example, set low lighting for more enjoyable relaxing in the sauna, or dial in full brightness for reading or cleaning the sauna.
The Recessed Sauna Light Kit is a complete sauna lighting solution that includes 5 sauna interior lights (3 LED color therapy and 2 white halogen) and 3 halogen sauna exterior lights, plus wiring with connectors. Choose one steady color for sauna light chromotherapy or set to change colors every 8 seconds. This Light Kit can be ordered as optional stand alone kit (with power supply and button panel) or add-on kit plugs into compatible SAUNA LOGIC heater control panel for brands like Finnleo, Polar, Helo type sauna heaters.
All wood Sauna Light shades/diffusers have a filtered lighting effect, great in sauna use to set a relaxed mood. Choose from Cedar or white Basswood shades to match most sauna woods, for corner mounted or center of wall mounted light fixtures. Sauna wall light and shade combo special will add elegance to any sauna. For diffused light effect, you can alternatively install wall light(s) under the sauna benches to clearly see walking area without having light shining directly in your eyes.
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The best sauna light location is where there is little chance someone could bump into it, because it is very hot. Typical sauna light location is near the ceiling away from the sauna benches, but not directly above sauna heater.
When installing a sauna light switch, be sure to mount it to the outside of the sauna room. A standard light switch can be used for sauna lighting fixtures. Many people enjoy the option of a dimmer switch to dial in optimum light level for relaxation or full brightness for reading or cleaning the sauna. Incandescent bulbs up to 100watts can be used in the wall light fixture, however CFL bulbs are typically not designed for a high temperature non-vented sauna light fixture.