Choosing the Right LED High Bay for Your Application

Compared to metal halide and other common industrial lighting technologies, LED lights start up instantly, last five times longer, and less susceptible to lumen depreciation. They are also much easier to dim or use with motion/occupancy sensors tha

History of LEDs

LEDs, also known as light emitting diodes, are seen everywhere today. But what exactly are LEDs? Let’s take it back to when LEDs were first originally created. It all began in 1961, when Robert Biard and Gary Pittman accidently invented an

Industrial lighting-Corn Light

Corn lights, also known as “corncob lights,” are named for their appearance. These lights are unique in design and produce 360 degrees of light! These screw-in LED bulbs put out extremely bright light while using little wattage. It

"High Lumen" and "Ultra High Lumen" Mean to You

By now we're all pretty much aware that LED lighting is more efficient than incandescent, halogen, metal halide, high pressure sodium, mercury vapor, and even fluorescent and CFL lighting, but did you know that it can be even more efficient than yo

Color Temperature & Color Rendering Index: What the Numbers Tell You

Many of us are familiar with color temperature, at least to the point that we understand that some lights produce "warm" whites and some produce "cool" whites. Perhaps we also know that warmer lights are best for locations where we want to convey a
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