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Making the Right Choice: 17 Questions to Ask Before Purchasing LED Ceiling Panels

You’ve decided LED ceiling panels are right for your next improvement, whether new construction or a remodeling project. But there are a lot of brands out there.  Which should you choose? Here are some questions to guide your decision. Do you require fixtures manufactured with a driver construction that provides quality dimming and high-frequency flickering filtering? Do the competitive fixtures have a diffuser lens constructed from polycarbonate (PC) or acrylic (PMMA)? Do the competitive fixtures have a back – plate finish coating that minimizes or eliminates hot or cold spots, and equally spreads the light distribution? Will the application require suspended fixtures?  Will the construction of the fixture withstand sagging in suspended applications? Will the fixture require motion sensors?   Example microwave. Will the fixtures require an emergency ballast? Do the competitive products include LED chips that are IP? What Lumen Package are you requiring? What specifications will the application require?  Kelvins, Controls, Power factor, DLC, or installation accessories. What is your budget for this application? How many fixtures

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Greater Light Satisfaction with Designated High Bay Fixtures

A positive, safe, work environment – including lighting – is everyone’s goal. Warehouses, factories, even parking garages and gymnasiums benefit from good lighting.  For a number of years, fluorescent lighting was the “work horse” for large areas with high ceilings. And while it still covers a large share of the market, more and more people

Classic Look. Modern Light. QLS LED Filament Lamps Offer Innovative Quality

LED lighting is taking over the market. From incandescent to compact fluorescent (CFL), lighting is giving way to LEDs (light emitting diodes). The end result? Better performance, decreased costs, and increased energy savings. New Technology One of the latest innovations – used by QLC – is sapphire filament technology. Filament bulbs use a thin wire