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General Information: 1X4 LED Flat Panels

What are 1x4 LED Flat Panels?

1X4 LED flat panels are energy-efficient lighting solutions, perfect for various commercial spaces. These panels are slim and are 12 inches X 48 inches in approximate size. They deliver uniform light across their surface. Most 1X4 LED Panel Lights are either edge lit or back lit.

What’s the Difference Between a 1×4 LED Flat Panel and Other Sized Panels?

A 1×4 LED flat panel provides the same high-quality, energy-efficient light as larger panel sizes but in a more compact form factor. This makes them an ideal solution for existing grid ceilings designed in a 1X4 pattern.

Before You Buy: 1X4 LED Flat Panels

How Can I Mount 1x4 LED Panel Light Fixtures?

1X4 LED flat panels can be installed using several methods:

  • They can be inserted into an existing drop ceiling grid, otherwise known as a flush mount installation.
  • They can be suspended from the ceiling with hanging wires.
  • You can also be surface mounted using a surface mount kit.

Can a 1x4 LED Flat Panel Light Be Dimmed?

Yes, many of our 1X4 LED flat panels are equipped with dimmable drivers. This allows for adjustable light levels. Some panels also come with a remote control for easy dimming.

Installation Information: 1X4 LED Flat Panels

How Do You Wire a 1x4 LED Flat Panel?

Wiring a 1X4 LED Lights is pretty straightforward. There are three wires to connect – the line, neutral, and ground. The installation should be performed by a professional, certified electrician. They should understand safety and compliance with local electrical codes.