An In-depth Look at Lighting and LED Products
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Lighting and LED Product Education
When looking at a Lighting Service Provider or an LED Retrofit. Knowing the common concerns, and cost savings for your organization’s current lighting is key to making an informed decision. We have designed our Lighting and LED Product Education Center to give you the cold hard facts surrounding these lighting applications. Each lighting application page shows an in-depth review of:
- That particular application
- Standard lamps utilized
- Common issues
- Other application options
- Savings solutions
- Free resources
- Suggested next steps
We know you have questions; our Education Center has the answers.
Below you will find individual lighting application pages. Each page is an in-depth look at that single application. All of our pages are fully interactive and offer unique knowledge. This knowledge is based on that particular lighting application. If you find that the questions you have are not Lighting and LED Product Education related. You might find our My Challenge Is page has the answers you are looking for. We also recommend energy.gov as a critical website for research.
Wall pack lighting is the most common term for outdoor lighting designed for security purposes to provide illumination for vehicles, pedestrians, and the exterior of facilities.
Troffer or recessed troffer lighting is generally utilized to provide illumination for interior areas such as office buildings, retail, industrial and warehouse spaces, as well as education and medical facilities.
Parking lot and area lighting is the most common term for outdoor lighting designed for parking lots, driveways, and pedestrian pathways. They also offer an additional level of safety for visitors and property.
Parking garage lighting is utilized to provide illumination for areas that house vehicle and equipment but also contain pedestrian thoroughfares.
LED fluorescent retrofit lamps are commonly found in interior areas such as office buildings, retail, industrial and warehouse spaces, education and medical facilities.
High bay as well as low bay lighting commonly used for interior lighting designed for buildings with higher ceilings.
Commercial outdoor LED flood light is the most common term for outdoor lighting designed for a variety of outdoor spaces. This form of exterior lighting is most typically mounted on poles or buildings.
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