Residential and Commercial LED light FAQ
As you very well may know, technology evolves therefore we must take into account that there are new dimmers on the market. As long as they are made according to code and standards your dimmers should work fine!
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If you do not see a product that interests you most, please ‘contact us’ and we will let you know if we have a solution for you. We ask you to do this because we are currently upgrading our inventory and are soon to list Industrial lighting as well.
These technologies are quickly becoming obsolete as LEDs are the leading solution at the present time.
When buying LED solutions you can expect a quick turnaround time for your ROI and the sustainability of the product is stunning when we factor in all of the electrical savings you are looking forward to.
Currently, there are still traditional lighting varieties in parking lots which consist of technologies that are High Pressure Sodium (HPS) and Metal Halide (MH).
Industry standards for LEDs used in parking lot applications are 5000K, which is superior as they are not only bright enough to cover sufficient areas, but also projects a perfect day light color that allows for security cameras to easily monitor the surroundings.
Residential security camera/surveillance areas are easily illuminated. We have many satisfies customers.
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It all comes down to how far you wish for the light to travel. The GU10 or PAR16s would be great for shorter distances where Flood and projector lights travel farther distances and ultimately illuminate greater areas.
Basically you will need to figure out how much coverage area you want to illuminate and we can then help you locating a power supply based on those projections!
The GU10 and MR16 LED replacements are superior in energy savings!
Kelvin is also used for pinpointing color temperature and is typically used in lighting. In a lighting application, Kelvin temperature represents the color temperature, such as white, blue or bright red, that relates to the physical temperature of an object.
The Kelvin temperature scale was the brainchild of Belfast-born British inventor and scientist William Thomson — also known as Lord Kelvin. The Kelvin scale is popular in scientific applications because of the lack of negative numbers.
During his research, Kelvin heated a block of carbon, progressing from a dim red light, increasing to a brighter yellow as the temperature increased and ultimately a bright blue-white glow at the highest temperatures.
We recommend the SmartRay SmartTube-LED-T8-Direct-Plug-In-Bypass-Ballast-18w for your project. The SmartTube-LED-T8-Direct-Plug-In-Bypass-Ballast-18w will save more energy as you do not have to power or maintain your ballast.