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Study Provides Key Insights on LED T8 Replacements for Strip, Wrap and Pendant Fixtures

LED T8 replacement lamps for existing fluorescent T8 linear tubes have emerged as a priority consideration for facility managers in office, school, warehouse, hospital/medical, restaurant, grocery and other applications. The promise of significant energy savings and lower maintenance costs, plus the relative simplicity of most LED replacement projects, has motivated this interest. In addition, on…

Evaluating an LED Retrofit of HID High Bay Fixtures in a Maintenance Facility

The Lighting Research Center (LRC) at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute has conducted a field research project evaluating installation issues and performance of a high bay retrofit where the existing metal halide bulbs have been changed to LED. High bay fixtures that use metal halide lamps in warehouses, shops, sports facilities and big box retail offer an…

2017 Test Results: LED High / Low Bay Fixtures Match or Exceed HID / Fluorescent Photometrics

LED High / Low Bay Fixtures

Warehouses, big box retail and industrial facilities generally utilize high and low bay fixtures for general ambient illumination. The light sources for these fixtures traditionally have been high wattage metal halide and high output linear fluorescent lamps. While these light sources can have a high rated life – up to 40,000 hours, they also require…

Replacing HID with LED in High Bay Applications Offers Potential Benefits But Requires Careful Analysis

Warehouse Lighting

The lighting for warehouses, manufacturing facilities, industrial work spaces, big box retail and gymnasiums often consists of high bay fixtures equipped with and HID light source — usually metal halide lamps. The higher wattage metal halide bulbs used in the high bay ceiling fixtures provide the lumen output and general lighting distribution required for these…

Key Concepts to Consider When Upgrading Lighting for Warehouse Rack Storage Areas

    Warehouses using rack storage systems present unique lighting design challenges particularly for retrofits intended to improve the lighting scheme. The layout of most product storage warehouses comprises a shipping and receiving area (may be the same or separate areas), a low, open storage area for bulky items and a high rack storage area,…