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Industrial Lighting Design

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The first question when working on a project is often: How Many LED Lights Do I Need for an Industrial Facility? Industrial Lighting Design is the ideal first step to ensure your industrial facility or outdoor LED lighting gives the desired foot candle level and bright light.

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What Is Included With A Lighting Plan?

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How long does it take to get a plan?

Indoor1-2 business days
Outdoor2-3 business days
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What is Lighting Design for Industrial Spaces?

Lighting Design for Industrial Spaces is a process of modeling spaces with Industrial LED Lighting. The areas and spaces can use indoor lighting or outdoor lighting. This is accomplished with the help of lighting plan software. This helps to create a visual and detailed report of how bright the lighting should be, how balanced it should be, which fixtures should be used, and how many as well as where they should be located to achieve the best results and take advantage of all the energy efficiency LEDs, like UFO high bay lights, have to offer.

This will allow you to pick the right lighting source – whether they are UFO high bays or low bay lights. Nailing the fixture selection and choosing the correct lighting fixtures determined by the plan for industrial applications will help you achieve the best results.

What are the Typical Industrial Lighting Standards?

Lighting standards vary from industry to industry and from application to application. Generally speaking, it’s common to see industrial spaces starting anywhere from 10 to 50 foot candles, but this is very general and should not be used as your basis for an industrial lighting design calculation.

How Many Lumens Per Square Foot Do You Need for Industrial?

Lumens per square foot is equivalent to foot candles in that one lumen per square foot is equal to one-foot candle. Once you understand that, determining the foot candles you need can easily be converted over to lumens per square foot. This is typically the first step in Industrial LED Lighting Design.

How Do You Calculate Foot Candles for Industrial Light Fixtures?

The best way is to start with creating a lighting plan. The result of this plan is to provide a visual report of foot candles defined at points across the industrial space, as well as calculations of average foot candles and foot candle balance.

How Do You Calculate the Ideal Lighting Design for Industrial Spaces?

We would start by using an industry-leading AGI32 lighting design software, and model an industrial space within the software. Once the model is created, we would add lighting and use the software to determine what we need to adjust to meet the customer’s requirements.

Are There OSHA Lighting Requirements for Industrial Spaces?

Yes, there are. They are industry, application, and location-specific guidelines that ensure safe lighting levels throughout the industrial space. They may vary based on where you are located.

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