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  • The Benefits of LED Low Bay and High Bay Lighting

    Oct 17 2018
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    LED Low Bay and High Bay lighting is generally comprised of high-power LED lights that are mainly used in industrial premises such as warehouses and workshops. They are also sometimes used in commercial environments such as gyms and stables.

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  • LED Gear Trays & LED Bulkheads

    Sep 28 2018
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    An LED gear tray consists of a metal tray on which the electrical components: LEDs, driver, wiring and terminal blocks, are mounted. (For emergency versions there will also be a battery and a battery charger / changeover unit, although the changeover unit and battery charger may be integrated with one or more other components. For microwave sensor versions there will also be a microwave sensor, again possibly integrated with other components)

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  • What can Non-Corrosive LED Light fittings do for you?

    Aug 23 2018
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    Non-corrosive LED Light fittings are also known as anti-corrosive, vapour proof, weatherproof waterproof, IP65 and tri-proof.

    They are resistant to corrosion, are waterproof, shock resistant and dust proof. This makes them ideal for installation in warehouses, factories, workshops and car parks.

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  • Are all LED Light Panels the same?

    Aug 02 2018
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    The answer to the above question is a definite NO! LED panels consist of many components, and it is the quality of these components that directly affects the performance, lifespan, and of course the price of the LED light panel.

    Many LED suppliers make baseless and sometimes false claims about their LED panels. Most suppliers don’t even know what brand of LED chip is being used within the panels they are supplying!

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  • LED Panel Dimming Guide

    Jul 31 2018
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    Considerations when dimming LED Panels

    Dimming LEDs is not as simple as dimming incandescent bulbs. But by following our guidance, dimming LEDs can work for you and become a great way to make even bigger energy savings and control your lighting environment.

    When it comes to introducing dimming to your lighting setup, make sure that the LED panel, or more specifically the driver, is dimmable. Most LED panels are sold with a non-dimmable driver, as a dimmable driver must include more electronics which adds cost.

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