Warm light, similar to incandescent bulbs. Commonly used in living spaces, reception areas, beauty salons, and private practices.
Whiter light for improved color contrast enhancing work productivity. Commonly used in basements, garages, schools, stores, and commercial buildings.
Similar to outdoor daylight for the greatest color contrast. Commonly used in basements, shop areas, plants, medical facilities, and hospitals.
Near zero diffusion for the greatest amount of directional light emittance. Typically used in high-bay industrial applications and other areas where maximum output is at a premium.
Standard diffusion appropriate for most applications, including behind K12-style fixture lenses and exposed in open shop lights. Optics are designed to minimize glare while still allowing most light to be directed toward work surfaces.
Designed for open parabolic troffers, the wide beam angle lens softens the lamp's appearance while directing a deliberate percentage of light upward into the fixture. This feature eliminates the dark "cave effect" inherent to a purely directional LED replacement.
Appropriate for most replacement applications including offices, basements, schools, and other standard ceiling height areas.
High lumen output designed for use in high-bay ceiling applications such as warehouses and gymnasiums, or for areas where maximum light output is desired such as a visual inspection work station.
High lumen output TOGGLED lamps also offer the opportunity for delamping facilities (for example two fluorescent tubes for one TOGGLED LED lamp) to further decrease energy consumption without sacrificing work area illumination.
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