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Should you choose LED Low Bay or LED High Bay for factory lighting?

Knowing whether to choose LED Low Bay or LED High Bay for your space can be a tricky decision. For many factory and warehouse managers, knowing the difference between LED Low Bay and LED High Bay in the first place is a challenge. Then when it comes to choosing the right light for your factory, many elements need to be taken into consideration such as cost, location, and wattage. To…

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Bulkhead lighting explained in 10 easy steps

LED bulkhead lighting is an extremely popular choice for not only businesses but for homes and gardens too. Bulkhead lights have many, well-known advantages, with one of the major ones being how energy-saving and cost-efficient they are. LED lights have also proven to be more durable than standard lights, plus their sleek compactness makes the much more aesthetically pleasing. Many people are turning to LED lighting for evenly distributing light…

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What’s the difference between an LED driver and a transformer?

LED lighting applications may require specific parameters/specifications in relation to flicker, ripple, reliability, efficiency, surge protection and dimming. Since approx. 95% of LED applications require a constant current power source LED drivers are usually, but not always, constant current output. Almost all transformers are constant voltage. For LED applications that require a constant voltage power supply, which includes MR16 spotlights (12V) and LED Strip Lights (12V/24V),  there is a great similarity between LED constant voltage drivers and…

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How To Choose LED Warehouse Lighting

Do I need a low bay or high bay LED? Many people think they need a high bay LED, when they really need a low bay. A high bay is a low bay with the addition of a lens. Choosing a high bay when a low bay is required wastes money and may well give a poor spread of light. High bays are designed for mounting heights greater than 8-12m Low bays are…

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Why LED Panel Lights Will Save You Money

Do LED Panel Lights Have A Higher Lumen Efficiency? In short - yes they do. LED Panel lights are able to provide the same light for much less electricity. This is due to: Higher lumen efficiency. Lumen efficiency (measured in lumens per watt - abbreviated as lm/W) is a measure of how much light (lumens) is produced per unit of electricity (watts). The higher this figure the better. Directionality. Normally…

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Your Guide to LED Bulkhead Lights

When looking to join the LED revolution, you might not know which type of LED light is best suited for your requirements. To help make it easier to understand which type of light is right for your requirements, at LEDSave, we look to provide you with all the information and specifics you need to know. A popular selection is the LED bulkhead. But why are these lights being bought and what…

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Our LED Strip Lights Installation Guide

LED Strip installation can be confusing. That’s why we have produced this guide, which applies mainly to our own LED strip offerings but can also be used to help you install any LED strip. Important LED Strip Specifications The following table summarises the specification elements of our LED strip that should be considered before installation: TypeVoltageLEDs / mPCB WidthPCB ThicknessMax runCutting Point352812V608mm0.25mm5m50mm352824V608mm0.25mm10m100mm505012V6010mm0.25mm5m50mm505024V6010mm0.25mm10m100mm5050 RGB + W12V6010mm0.25mm5m50mm5050 RGB + W24V6010mm0.25mm10m100mm 3528 vs 5050 3528…

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What is Correlated Colour Temperature?

CCT stands for Correlated Colour Temperature (which is often shortened to just Colour Temperature). It defines the colour, not brightness of a light source and is measured in kelvin (K) and NOT degrees kelvin (°K). Every white light has its own hue that falls somewhere along an amber to blue spectrum. A low CCT is in the amber end of the colour spectrum while a high CCT is in the…

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