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Office Lighting

Gone are the days where we have a long fluorescent tube light up on a ceiling in offices that looks out of place and undesirable. Office lighting has come a long way, these day it comes in a sleek thin LED panels that either sits flushed within the ceiling or just below from the ceiling. Below are some guidelines to give you details in finding the right LED panel office lighting for a working space: 


What are LED Panel Lights


This lighting fixture consists of a panel with a built in LEDs covered in either glass or acrylic panels. LED panel lights is specifically design and built for commercial and office use, as it provide cost effective solution and energy efficiency. Perfect for replacing old fluorescent panel lights in outdated commercial area that require some restoration. Not only that, it will reduce your electricity bills by up to 75%.  


These panel lights consists of several components, they are:


Light Reflector: Assists LED panels by reflecting light improving the quality of brightness and while giving off an optimal performance.


Light Guide Panel: It determines the lumen output and discolouration to ensure high uniformity.


LED Light Source: This part is the most important since it powers the entire light. A low voltage consumption and high lumen gives the panel efficiency.


Diffuser: This component is use to diffuse the light to reduce any flickering, providing smooth glow.


Frame: What support the panel light is the frame, which fit into the ceiling. It is the last component that makes up the LED panel lights.


Why Choose LED Panel Lights


There are many beneficial factors in having a LED panel lights for offices, below are some lists:


Energy Saving: Reduce up to 75% in costs off your electricity bills with these panel lights. This is accomplish by LEDs convert 95% of energy consumed into light while 5% of electricity is wasted as heat. It is beneficial to the environment as it uses less energy from the power plant, hence reducing the carbon footprint.


Heat Dissipation: Since these panel lights is slim, it takes in less heat and have better heat dissipation because of its design.


Quality Bright Light: The panel has an optical LED guide plate, giving the LED panel equally distributed light producing quality vibrant brightness without being overpowering.


Correlated Colour Temperature: The new LED panels allows different colour selection ranging from 3000K, 4000K and 5700K, bringing flexibility to suit the surroundings.


High CRI: Colour Rendering Index is an index that demonstrate how true the colours rendered in comparison with an ideal light source. LED panel lights is within minimum 80% CRI when compared to a daylight source.



How to Choose LED Panel Lights


Selecting the best suitable LED panel lights depends on the following factors, these includes:


Lumens Output:


The higher the Lumens, the better the light output, meaning more efficient an LED panel is. Remember Lumens divided by power (Watts) results a measure of efficiency of the LED panel.



Colour Temperature:


Depends on the surrounding and use, choose the right colour temperature that will fit the surroundings. The colour temperature indicates how the light illuminate from the LED panel, ranging from warm white, cool white or day light and measured in Kelvin (K).


Warm White – Colour Temperature range 2700K to 3000K. Warm white has a traditional yellowish golden glow.


Natural White – Colour Temperature range 3000K to 4000K. Mimics sunlight and mostly used in basements or garages.


Cool White – Colour Temperature range 4000K to 5000K. Great for offices, schools, retail stores and commercial buildings as it gives a clean modern look.