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Ideal Data Center Lighting Level

Datacenter lighting is different from traditional office lighting. There are times when the servers are being worked on, moved, or wired. This is when you’ll want brighter lighting (50-foot candles are ideal).

And then there are times when the center is empty and only a few lights are left on. Adding motion sensors to data center lights is a great way to achieve both conditions.

Lighting Requirements for a Data Center

Data centers that have people inside the server rooms require 50-foot candles, and then fewer when they’re empty.

If security cameras are being used, then it’s best to understand what the requirements are when the lights dim. This is so the security cameras still work.

Retrofit Existing Lights or Use New LED Lights

It depends on the type of fixtures used. Datacenter lighting tends to be fluorescent lights. You can retrofit fluorescent lights with LED tubes or magnetic strips. Or you can replace them with LED panels. There’s no clear-cut best choice, only what is a good choice for you.

Energy Savings when Switching a Data Center to LED Lighting

You can expect savings of at least 50% or more if you use motion sensors and dimming.

Best Color Temperature in a Data Center

We recommend either 4000K or 5000K. We do have color-adjustable LED panels that allow you to choose after installation. So you can choose the right color temperature and light levels using the supplied remote control.

Best Type of LED Panel for a Data Center

There are so many good options, but for simple solutions, we have cost-effective 2X2 and 2X4 LED panels. We also have color-changing dimmable panels that offer the greatest customization.

LED Lighting with Motion Sensors or Timers

Timers are wall-mounted and part of the circuit. They are on/off controls, and our lights work with them. We also have lights with built-in motion sensors or you can also use a circuit-based motion sensor.

LED Lighting Inside a Data Center

How To Choose The Best Fixture for Each Part of the Facility

We’d be happy to create a lighting plan for you. We have done this for many data centers. And can provide you with a roadmap of LED lighting before you buy any lights.

Will LED Lights Add Heat to a Data Center

They will, but a lot less than fluorescent lights. LED lights are very efficient, but they do produce a little heat. You can expect HVAC savings as well when you convert over to LED.

LED Data Center Lighting and Lighting Controls

LED Lights do work with motion sensors to dim the lights when no movement is detected.

Best Way to Mount LED Lights in a Data Center

The lights are usually mounted on the ceiling. They are either in a ceiling grid or are surface mounted to the ceiling. Discuss your requirements and environment with us. We can recommend the best options for your needs.

How Long Will New Lights Last After Installation?

There is no reason to think the lights won’t last 10+ years or more.

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