RAB Lighting’s 150 watt LED area light replaces 400 watt metal halide fixtures one-for-one. ALED150 is precision-engineered with specification-grade optics that deliver clean, uniform light without glare. This high-efficiency fixture reduces energy consumption by 66%.
The Metalux Encounter™ Series redefines ambient lighting by blending contemporary styling with Eaton's proprietary WaveStream™ technology. The result is exceptional performance and superior energy savings – all at an affordable price.
For several years, companies have been touting the benefits of T8 lighting. So, why LED now? Among other reasons, LED technology has really come down in price and there are a lot more options.
From a financial perspective, LED often offers a 75 percent reduction in energy consumption and will be virtually maintenance-free for over a decade.
LED benefits often include energy efficiency and whiter light. On the other hand, LEDs have been known to have glare and poor light distribution. When evaluating LEDs for your garage, consider the following factors.
It's hard to argue against having energy-efficient lighting installed in a parking garage. Even garages that were built recently with traditional metal halide or high-pressure sodium fixtures should be considering a retrofit.
If a company were to make a single type of light fixture for a parking garage − say, linear fluorescent or induction or LED − that company would do all possible to proclaim to, shout at, and even manipulate potential clients to believe that its technology and fixture were the only way to light a parking garage. Truth is, there are many ways … many good ways.
Everything an LED garage light should be. And more. PORTO™ now available in 3 high-output versions. Multi-level lighting control, sensor setting adjustments without a ladder, mounting versatility and better light distribution. Read More Now
LED Retrofit Downlight Series by LumenOptix™. Converts any make or model of existing architectural downlight to LED. Available in 6",8" and 10" configs with various lumen packages and options. Specification grade construction featuring tool-less installation in minutes from below the ceiling!
When it comes to egress lighting requirements, there is conflicting verbiage between the Life Safety Code (NFPA 101), the Uniform Building Code (UBC), and the International Building Code (IBC). This conflict can lead to varying interpretations of egress lighting requirements from jurisdiction to jurisdiction for both interior and exterior areas of commercial buildings. [...]