What is a Warehouse Lighting Design Calculator?
A warehouse lighting design calculator is an estimation tool that helps to quickly determine how may lights you need in a warehouse space based on its dimensions and foot candle requirements.
To use this calculator, enter the following:
- Length, Width and Height of room in feet
- Lumen output of the fixture you want to test
- The desired foot candles of the fixture
What it will return:
The approximate number of fixture you will need to get the required foot candle levels.
Please note: This is a lighting layout approximation tool. It should not be used in place of a lighting plan. The basic tool we provide will not visually show how good the distribution is, light placement, what optic you may have to use or the avg/min foot candle ratios.
LED Lighting Supply offers free indoor and outdoor lighting plans. We want your lighting project to be a success!
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Warehouse Lighting Design Plans gives you a virtual representation of what the lighting could be. Using lighting software, it models the dimension of your room including:
The photometric shows 4 rows of 9 150 Watt LED UFO needed to achieve 30 fc with uniform light distribution. Notice the average to maximum ratio of 1.85. This means the average foot candles to maximum foot candle ratio is very small – meaning – light distribution is extremely even across the entire space. This is how we make your warehouse conversion to LED successful – by picking the right fixture and doing the design to make sure it works perfectly for you!
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Why is good lighting important for a warehouse?
According to a Teamsters Safety and Health Report, having bad lighting in a warehouse produces many issues and problems.
Insufficient Light that’s not good enough for the need or task
Glare – too much light
Poorly Distributed Light
Good lighting in warehouses are important because
Visual Tasks are efficiently and accurately performed
Enhances worker safety and health