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Commercial LED Area Lights

Commercial LED Area Lights are a series of outdoor fixtures that brighten up large and small outdoor areas. These lights were designed to replace high power traditional Metal Halide and High Pressure Sodium Area lighting fixtures. We can easily replace 250 Watt, 400 Watt, 1000 Watt metal halide and high pressure sodium area lights.

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Frequently Asked Questions

We asked our customers what questions they had before buying Commercial LED Area Lights and LED Yard Lights. Here’s the list below. If you couldn’t find the answer to your question, contact us on (888) 423-3191 and we’ll be happy to assist you.


What Are Commercial LED Area Lights?

Commercial area lighting encompasses a lot of different types of lighting. It depends on the outdoor area being lit up It includes

LED High Mast Lights

LED Flood Lights

LED Wall Packs

LED Parking Lot Lights

What Makes Your LED Area Lighting Commercial Grade?

Our lights are more robust and powerful than products intended for residential usage. Our products work in Commercial Lighting and Industrial LED Lighting applications. They are not meant for residential applications. They also come with at least a 5 year warranty.

When Does It Make Sense to Use LED Yard Lights / Area Lighting?

When you have a large area that requires lighting. This could be for security reasons, or for providing general area lighting.

What is Dark Sky Compliance and how does it relate to Commercial LED Yard Lighting?

Dark sky compliance is a set of rules designed to ensure light does not leak outwards or upwards. Keeping the lights point down is a good start. Reducing glare is also important. Your local city or town zoning department is the best place to start. They will confirm if your lighting needs to be dark sky compliant.

What are your most powerful LED Area Lights you have?

We have 1200 Watt LED Area lights producing 168,000 lumens. Withing this family of Area Lights, we offer 5 models from 200 Watts to 1200 Watts.

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Are Your Area Lights DLC?

Many of our lights are DLC approved and eligible for utility rebates.

I Have 400 Watt Metal Halide Area Lights. What LED Yard Lights Should I Use?

It depends on the type of light you are replacing. We have many LED Outdoor Fixtures that can replace 400 Watts.  You’ll usually need 15,000 to 25,000 lumens, depending on your application, to replace 400 Watts HID.

I Have 1000 Watt Metal Halide Area Lights. What LED Fixtures Should I Use?

It all depends on the type of light you are replacing. We have many outdoor fixtures that can replace 1000 Watts. You’ll usually need 38,000 to 48,000+ lumens, depending on your application.

Is Retrofitting or Using a New Fixture the Better Option If I Already Have Fixtures?

Retrofitting makes sense if you want to keep the aesthetic appearance of your existing fixture. For the most part, replacing is a better option unless there is a specific reason you want to retrofit.

300 Watt Shoebox in Parking Lot


What Does the IP65 Classification Mean When It Comes to Commercial LED Area Lights?

IP Ratings are a measurement of a fixture’s dust and water proofing abilities. For water, you need IP65 to IP69 rated fixtures to withstand wet weather conditions.

Do You Have Shields for Your Fixtures to Stop Light from Going Everywhere?

On some of our fixtures, we offer top and side shields as well as back shields.

Are Your LED Area Lights Built to Handle Industrial Environments?

They are. We offer high impact, high power and High Temperature LED Lights. We also have Explosion Proof Lighting for hazardous locations.

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How Do You Install Commercial LED Area Lights?

It’s not difficult. We include instructions with every fixture that any qualified electrician can easily follow.

How Can You Get LED Area Lights to Work in Unity to avoid spotty lighting and dark areas?

The best way is to start off with a lighting plan. A lighting plan will ensure your areas covered with light and is as balanced as can be.