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LED Troffers & Fixtures

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Troffer Features

  • 100 lumens and 130 lumens per watt efficiency
  • DLC Listed for rebates
  • 3 Hour emergency backup
  • Hanging installation kit
  • Remote & sensor controlled lighting
  • UL and CUL listed fixtures
  • Anti-glare design
  • Dimming and non-dimming available

130 lumens per watt

Highly efficient LED’s ensure you save money on your bill.

3 Standard Sizes

We carry all standard sizes that will fit any building (1×4, 2×4, and 2×2).

Easy Dimming

Compatible with many ELV dimming solutions along with full remote control functionality.

High End Performance

5 Years Guaranteed

No color change, no dead LED’s – or we’ll replace it. 

Emergency Backup Options

Three Hour emergency battery backup available on all models. 

TrueLumen - Truly Tested

All of our commercial lighting is tested for TRUE performance, not the bare LED chip performance. This ensures you get accurate real life scenario efficiency. 

Have a questions about our LED troffers? Call Us!

OUR REPRESENTATIVES ARE AVAILABLE 8AM TO 8PM CST

We’ll help you make the right decision to light up any office or commercial space with expert advice from our engineers.

Our LED Troffer Models

2×2 LED Standard Troffers (100 Lumens Per Watt)

Base Model

MP-TRF-2×2

 

 

Lumen Output

30L (3000 Lumens)

40L (4000 Lumens)

 

Dimming?

DM (0-10v Dimming)

ND (Non-Dimming)

CRI

8 (>80 CRI)

9 (>90 CRI)

Color Temperature

35K (3500 Kelvin)

40K (4000 Kelvin)

50K (5000 Kelvin)

Extra Options

EMR (Emergency Backup – 90 Minute)

 

 

2×4 LED Standard Troffers (100 Lumens Per Watt)

Base Model

MP-TRF-2×4

 

 

Lumen Output

30L (3000 Lumens)

40L (4000 Lumens)

50L (5000 Lumens)

70L (7000 Lumens)

 

Dimming?

DM (0-10v Dimming)

ND (Non-Dimming)

CRI

8 (>80 CRI)

9 (>90 CRI)

Color Temperature

35K (3500 Kelvin)

40K (4000 Kelvin)

50K (5000 Kelvin)

Extra Options

EMR (Emergency Backup – 90 Minute)

 

 

2×2 LED Premium Troffers (130 Lumens Per Watt)

Base Model

MP-TRFP-2×2

 

 

Lumen Output

39L (3900 Lumens)

52L (5200 Lumens)

 

 

Dimming?

DM (0-10v Dimming)

ND (Non-Dimming)

CRI

8 (>80 CRI)

9 (>90 CRI)

Color Temperature

35K (3500 Kelvin)

40K (4000 Kelvin)

50K (5000 Kelvin)

Extra Options

EMR (Emergency Backup – 90 Minute)

 

 

2×4 LED Premium Troffers (130 Lumens Per Watt)

Base Model

MP-TRFP-2×4

 

 

Lumen Output

39L (3900 Lumens)

52L (5200 Lumens)

65L (6500 Lumens)

 

 

Dimming?

DM (0-10v Dimming)

ND (Non-Dimming)

CRI

8 (>80 CRI)

9 (>90 CRI)

Color Temperature

35K (3500 Kelvin)

40K (4000 Kelvin)

50K (5000 Kelvin)

Extra Options

EMR (Emergency Backup – 90 Minute)

 

 

Have a questions about our LED troffers? Call Us!

OUR REPRESENTATIVES ARE AVAILABLE 8AM TO 8PM CST

We’ll help you make the right decision to light up any office or commercial space with expert advice from our engineers.

For many years fluorescent has been the product of choice for commercial and other lighting applications so far. But now a tough young “David” has arrived to challenge “Goliath.”

The Department of Energy reports that about 80% of dropped ceiling lighting systems were fluorescent in 2001. As the cost of LED technology has dropped in recent years, LED Troffer Lighting systems are now a viable option to traditional fluorescent systems. 

And the number of installations is rapidly increasing awareness and popularity grows. The Department of Energy further estimated that the number of units skyrocketed from 40,000 units in 2010 to just under 700,000 for 2012.

Troffer Options

Not only has cost of LED lighting dropped in recent years, but other issues that were causing some to hesitate have been resolved. Problems with light quality and fluctuation in levels of luminosity are now a thing of the past. There are even products out that allow for color tuning so far. 

The word “Troffer” is created when you mix “trough” with “coffee” to get the inverted container that supports the lighting element itself. There are a wide variety of size options to match two, three and four lamp fluorescents.

We’ll discuss replacement in more detail below, but the simplest and cheapest option is simply swapping out the lamps while leaving the fixtures in place – a retrofit. In a two-lamp retrofit, you should look for a product compatible with existing ballasts. Cost savings of a retrofit versus a new installation are about 50%, approximately $70 vs $130 depending on the region. This can be a do-it-yourself project or a lighting company may be employed to complete the work during evening hours.

Product features come in a wide array of options for optics, size, color temperature and style. The dimming options are very attractive in the modern office environment. Before the advent of the computer, there was a greater need for soft, overhead light to illuminate the workspace and desktop. The kind of light that fluorescent was well equipped to provide. 

But with most workers today within a foot or so of their computer monitor, the need for over-the-shoulder lighting is reduced. The dimming option is ideal to regulate this need. This, of course, contributes to saving in electricity at the same time. 

The advantages of LED Troffer Lighting are substantial. They include among others…

· Reduction in maintenance costs

· Low-cost way to update the look-and-feel of the office

· More control options, including the dimming feature

· As high as 75% savings in energy efficiency

· An improved light quality to enhance worker safety and performance

· Addition of resale value to the property from an investment standpoint

The lumination produced by the typical LED system is delivered with an even glow and uniformity to flood the entire space with the desired light quality. The light texture and beauty is complemented by the refined appearance of the fixture.

There are literally thousands of options for application of LED troffer systems so far. In general, they break out into two broad categories that are listed here bellow:

 

1) LED bulbs, or lamps in industry parlance, simply replace existing fluorescent tubes in the traditional fashion. The only precaution is the need to consider the compatibility of your LED lamps with existing fixtures.

 

2) Integrated Products in which the LED lamp is integrated with the fixture component or troffer as a single unit. This option requires complete removal and replacement of existing troffers.

Within these broad categories, here are some of the more popular applications

LED Troffers

This is the typical commercial application mentioned earlier. These are typically 2-foot x 4-foot rectangular fixtures mounted flush with ceiling panels in a dropped ceiling system. They can hold anywhere from 2 to 4 tube-type bulbs. Usually, the LED conversion is a simple one-for-one swap, but in some cases, you may need to remove the lamp ballast and replace with a unit that is LED-compatible. The integrated application is more involved and will require up to an hour of time for a certified electrician.

 

Energy Saving Benefits

Estimates of energy saving over fluorescent vary greatly depending on the situation and the product, ranging from 25% to 75% in operational efficiency. The biggest savings are realized from both greater efficiency and longer lamp life so far.

Another attractive option for a low budget project is the capacity for retrofitting. Even though energy savings with completely new units is better, the savings associated with leaving existing troffers intact is attractive to many businesses. 

In addition to the dimming feature, other control features include sunshine harvesting and occupancy sensors, both of which contribute to energy efficiency. The latter works in tandem with the before-mentioned need for overhead lighting. 

To sum it up, energy savings associated with LED troffer conversion, come from

· Inherent superiority of the technology in terms of energy efficiency

· Longer life of LED troffer units

· Capture of Daylight Energy

· Less need for luminosity in computer work environment

· Ability of the technology to auto-adjust based on human occupancy

 

Whether you opt for an integrated system or a trendy retrofit, makes no difference. When the need for replacement of existing fluorescent lighting systems has arrived, the verdict is now in. The LED troffer lighting system is a bright idea. It’s hard to go wrong with a LED troffer lightings
LED Lighting Conversion – Is It A Bright Idea?The dimming options are very attractive in the modern office environment so far.