i just built a 40' x 60' x 16' high ceilings how many light should i get
In order to illuminate this high ceiling, you will need approximately 2 lights.
Would the lights be appropriate for a car wash bay? Are they waterproof? Thank you.
These lights are meant for indoor use only, rest these are IP65. I would like to suggest you that you should put these lights at a height where these don't get in contact with water.
I have a 6000sqft space with ceilings that are about 30ft. How many lights would I need to light it?
Hi, I am Kevin from LEDMyplace. Generally, we recommend our customers to put UFOs 10-12 ft apart to get the optimum light. I request you to please send the L, H & W on our email address, so that I can suggest you better.
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Our church forum area 22’ high ceiling 20’ by 20’ how many lights do I need?
You will need 5-6 of these lights approximately.
i have warehouse buildings that are about 25 ft high ceilings. Approximately how many square foot of floor space would one light cover?
It would cover about a 30x30 space.
Will this light work on single phase 120v and with 277v
Yes, it's rated anywhere from 100 to 277V.
How many feet of coverage would I get with these at 15' hanging height.
You'd get about 30ft diameter of light, 300sq ft or so!
do they have tempered glass?
Yes and has die-cast aluminum housing.
How many31,000 Lumes light do you recommend for a 50 x 50’ shop with a 14 foot ceiling
since the ceiling is only 14ft up, we wouldn't recommend the 240W version. We'd recommend our 150W version instead, and you'd need 2-3 lights.
I have a 40x60 with 16’ sidewalls and it is free span so probably around 20’ height in center. I want high bay led round lights, which ones would you recommend and how many would you recommend?
240W - 3 UFO'S
what is measurement size of these lights?
It's diameter is 15.75 inches and height is 7.87 in (including hook)
I need to know the thread type and size
Thread type Hongli 2835 and size is SMD2835(0.5W)
Can this be used outdoor.
Yes, they are IP65 i.e. Moisture and dust resistance
The fixture is rated at 114 degrees F, it can be warmer than that 25' high in building. Could this be an issue?
The fixture is tested for the range of -4° F TO +113° F only. Any variation in temperature could damage the fixture.