Operationally, food industry lighting is one of the tools organizations can use strategically to build resiliency and efficiency in their facilities, and increase the safety of both team members and customers. Learn more.
IP and UL ratings help clarify how and where different lighting products can be used, based on details about their durability and ideal operating environment. Which is right for you? Read more to find out.
LED Wall Packs have made great strides in energy efficiency, architectural design, and life span since the days of metal halide and high pressure sodium fixtures. Whether you’re looking to transition from traditional wall packs to LEDs with minimum hassle, or choose a completely modern appearance, we offer a wide variety of solutions.
The Slim series is a complete line of LED light bars that balance low profile design with powerful brightness. At just 1 inch thick, the 30-, 20-, and 7-inch light bars emit 8,200, 5,000, or 1,650 lumens respectively.
Beginning the transition from fluorescent troffer lights to LED Panels comes with many short and long term benefits, making the process a rewarding one. But it can also be daunting to navigate the different options of LED Panels with unfamiliar terminology, and find what will work best for each project.
We’ve recently introduced a new line of LED grow lights for indoor gardening or greenhouses, hydroponics, and horticulture lighting. The cost-effective lights are available in several band options—including full-spectrum—to provide your plants with exactly what they need.
Lights—and the shades of white that they emit—can be used to influence how a room looks and how colors are shown. Before discussing which light bulb color temperature is best for each environment, it's important to fully understand CCT. Correlated color temperature will tell you what hue and tone of white to expect from a specific bulb or fixture.