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Type of Lights Will You Find in a Convention Center

Convention centers typically use high bay lights. Ceiling heights are generally high, so the lights used are very powerful.

Convention Center Lighting: Is it Better to Use a Wide Beam Angle or Narrow Beam Angle?

Wide beam angles would work better, but it depends on the height of the ceiling. Achieving the right foot candles, and balanced light is easier with wide beam angles. There is a caveat here. If the ceilings are high, you will need to narrow the beams down a bit more so the lights direct to the floor.

Rather than worry about what beam angle to choose, we recommend you create a lighting plan first. The lighting plan software will define the best beam angle for you so you won’t have to guess.

Best Color Temperature to Use in a Convention Center

We would recommend either 4000K or 5000K. 5000K is the most popular light option. We also off color changing High Bays that allow you to select at the time of installation the color temperature you want

Best Light Levels For a Convention Center

For the general hall, we would recommend at least 30 to 50-foot candles. But there are many other locations in a convention center. Like meeting rooms (30-foot candles), corridors, and hallways. The best choice depends on the use of the space.

LED Linear High Bays or UFO High Bay Fixtures: What’s Better for a Convention Center?

This is a matter of choice. But one thing UFO lights do better than linear high bays is to perform better at higher mounting heights. That’s because we can install optics on UFO fixtures to narrow down the beam. So that the light can get down to the exhibition floor.

The best way to decide about this is to create a lighting plan based on your needs. We can model both UFO and linear styles but the report can help us discover the best options for you.

Domes to Block the Light from the Side View

We do have acrylic dome options for many of our high bay fixtures.

Retrofit Existing Fixtures or Use New Fixtures for a Convention Center

Unless there’s a need to keep the existing fixtures, new ones would be a better choice. If your exhibition hall has expensive up-light fixtures, consider retrofitting these fixtures. We offer metal halide retrofit kits for that purpose.

Best Way to Achieve Uniform Light Coverage

This is easy to do through a lighting plan. A lighting plan will show you two important calculations. Light levels (foot candles) and how well-balanced the light is (average/min ratio).

LED Fixtures Compatible with Lighting Controls

If your control systems work with a 0-10V or 1-10V dimming system, then yes, they are.

LED Fixtures that Allow You to Choose  / Change the Color Temperature

We have high bay and LED Panels that have color-changing toggle switches.

Do Your Fixtures Come with Safety Cords?

Yes, we can provide safety cords for your installation.

Dimmable LED Convention Center Lights

Many of our lights are dimmable, so they can be adjusted to provide less light when not needed.

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LED Fixtures with Motion Sensors for Convention Centers

Yes, we have motion sensor options on many of our High Bays and other fixtures. Just let us know if that is a requirement. Motion sensors are a great way to reduce your energy bill, as they will dim the lights when the space or floor is void of activity.

How Can We Reduce Glare?

There are a few ways to reduce glare. You can use frosted lenses or acrylic shields. Both reduce glare considerably. Also, many of the optics in our fixtures provide excellent glare reduction.

If We Install New LED Lights in Between Events Over Multiple Weeks, Will the Lighting Look Off?

It depends entirely on your existing lighting. If it is old and tired with worn-out bulbs, the LED lights will look a lot brighter.

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