LED PanelsLED Panel lights are 2X2 or 2X4 ceiling lights designed to fit inside the grid of a commercial indoor drop ceiling. Commercial grid ceilings are either 2X2 or 2X4 spaced. LED Panel lights fit perfectly inside these grid spaces. Can you replace Fluorescent Panel Lights with LED? Yes, that is what they are designed to do. Not only can they replace fluorescent lighting, they can provide flicker free, hum free lighting at typically 50% or more energy savings Get Your Free LED Panels Lighting Plan
How Many LED Panel Lights do you need?
The best way to determine how many panel lights you need is to create a led panel lighting plan. Lighting plans are created inside special lighting programs. The program allows you to define interior spaces or rooms, define the type of drop ceiling spacing (2X2 or 2X4) and then place lights inside the grid ceiling. The software can add lights to a room by telling it the light levels you want (and it calculates the number of lights) or placed in specific pre-defined locations to match an existing rooms lighting locations.
What are the two most common types of LED Panels?
The two most common types are edge lit and back lit.
Edge lit panels are panels where the LEDs are installed inside the exterior frame and point inwards to light up the translucent panel.
Back lit panels have their LEDs mounted on the back of the LED fixture pointing downwards towards the floor.
The 2 most common sizes: 2 X 2 and 2 X 4 LED Ceiling Panels
LED Lighting Supply offers both 2X2 LED Panels and 2X4 LED Panels in both edge lit and direct lit styles. Edge lit LED Panels offer an extreme thin design that accommodates shallow ceiling heights. For cost effective solutions, our back lit or direct lit series offers great performance for those on a budget.
All lenses are shatter resistant and install easy in existing commercial t-grid ceilings. This makes conversion from fluorescent troffers to LED Panels simple and easy.
The most common LED Panel Color Temperature Options
We offer both 4000K and 5000K temperature options on our standard 2X2 and 2X4 LED Panels. These 2 color options are by far the most common. They're widely used in both commercial and educational indoor spaces.
Our Tunable Color Temperature LED Panels takes out the worry of selecting a color temperature. Using a remote control, you can switch between 3000K, 4000K and 5000K. You can also control the light intensity with 4 present light levels. Spaces can be set up to accommodate color and light levels independent of other spaces.
Are there Emergency Backup options with LED Flat Panel Lights?
Battery Backup makes sure the panels are on when power goes off. Not every panel you install needs to have this option. But having Emergency Back-up lighting inside commercial indoor spaces provides a safe, well lit hallway or space when there is a power outage.
Can you add Motion Sensors Lighting Controls to Panel Lights?
Motion sensors are lighting controls that keep the lights on when people are around. They also can dim, or turn off, the lights, when everyone has left.
We want to show you how much you'll save when you convert your fluorescent troffers.
So let's put it in dollars.
By converting to LED, you may save up to $81* for every fixture (every year) on energy costs alone.
If you have a large facility with many fluorescent lights, there’s no doubt that you will save a lot of money.
(* depends on your cost of electricity and hours of use)