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Do LED Lights Get Hot? September 11, 2018 – Posted in: Lighting Information

There is a lot of people who swear by LED bulbs. Customers have sung praises of LED lighting and have greatly denounced the use of halogen and incandescent lights and encourage those who haven’t to make the switch. LEDs have proven to be both budget and environment-friendly. However, like any other type of hype, a lot of misconceptions are also likely to follow. When it comes to LED its best to learn everything about the…

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LED Color Temperature Chart With Real World Examples June 28, 2018 – Posted in: Lighting Information

Because color temperature is hard to photograph accurately (mostly due to white balance), we recommend referring the the first color temperature chart (above) for reference. Below there is some photographed samples but there might be differences in true color and the photograph.     If you haven’t seen our in-depth guide on color temperature, you can see it here.

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Hospitality Lighting Room Selection Guide May 30, 2018 – Posted in: Lighting Information

Bedrooms are the best way to make your guests feel at home. All your hospitality will go to waste if your guests find it difficult to rest well at night or just do not feel “at home” in the guestroom. You may not be able to help how big or small your guestroom is or where it is located in the house. But you have the chance to enhance the atmosphere in the room with…

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What Is Ambient Lighting and How to Get It Right March 20, 2017 – Posted in: Lighting Information

Lighting is a very important aspect for every room in your home. However, its proper utilization and placement can often be overlooked. Having a bad case of lighting in a quite impressive room downplays the beauty of the interior. There are three basic types of lighting that can work to improve a certain room; the ambient lighting, task lighting, and the accent lighting. An excellent lighting plan maximizes the use of these three lighting types…

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How To Choose Office Lighting & Common Mistakes That Occur February 18, 2017 – Posted in: Commercial Lighting, Lighting Information

Lighting is the most important aspect when it comes to designing your office. A poorly lit office will display dormancy and make the office environment uncomfortable for work. Many office owners have different lighting techniques for their offices depending on the nature of work handled at that particular office. Although the offices may differ in design, there are common things that office owners should consider when choosing the appropriate lighting for their offices. Today, modern… Continue reading
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Modern Office Lighting And How It Affects Productivity December 2, 2016 – Posted in: Commercial Lighting, Lighting Information

Did you know there is a correlation between the lighting in the office to the workload that your responsibility? Lighting was on the pulse of an employee, which is a measure of the use is biased. The worst of the quality of light, then the pulse will be higher, indicating more workload. One of the factors that influence the health of office lighting. Lighting is an important element in an office. With good lighting is…

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The Difference Between Dimmable and Non-Dimmable LED Fixtures August 24, 2016 – Posted in: General Info, Lighting Information

Retrofit LED lights are sold in a variety of designs but they usually come in two distinct versions: dimmable and non-dimmable, and you may need a brief description of each type when selecting LED lamps for your space. The mood and visual appearance of your space can be altered simply by dimming LED lights and introducing different shades of color to blend in with the light. Dimmed lights mean a reduction in energy consumption and…

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What Is CRI (Color Rendering Index)? August 11, 2016 – Posted in: Lighting Information, Uncategorized

  If you ever look through lighting catalogs, you might have noticed “CRI” in the tech specs. CRI stands for Color Rendering Index and it’s a measure of the quality of color light. Basically, it measures how accurately a given LED light represents the true color of what you’re looking at. An excellent CRI is considered to be anything above 90, a very good above 80 and anything below 70 is considered to not accurately represent…

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