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Choosing the Right Color Temperature for Your Project

Choosing the Right Color Temperature for Your Project

Good lighting does always mean achieving the highest lumens per watt. While energy savings are important, an unattractive light quality or color temperature will negate the benefits of energy efficiency. A brighter LED source with a bluer white will typically use less...
Why Do Vertical and Horizontal Illuminances Matter?

Why Do Vertical and Horizontal Illuminances Matter?

Depending on the type and level of play of your specific application, the required light intensity measurement will differ. Illuminance, also known as incident light or brightness, refers to the amount of light that hits a surface. The only way to be sure that proper...
How Wind,  Weight & EPA Affect Light Pole Selection

How Wind, Weight & EPA Affect Light Pole Selection

If it is time to purchase new flood or area lighting to illuminate a large outdoor area for sports, a parking lot, a port or a freight terminal, the project will likely require the selection and installation of new light poles. How do you make the correct light pole...
How to Install Motion Sensor Light – Installation Guide

How to Install Motion Sensor Light – Installation Guide

  A motion sensor is a tool used to detect movement. The device contains an electronic sensor that is triggered by motion, typically used to alert presence of a moving object within a specific field of view. Motion sensors are often used for security applications,...
Bolt-Down Pole Installation – Guidelines & Requirements for Install

Bolt-Down Pole Installation – Guidelines & Requirements for Install

Access Fixtures bolt-down poles can be used for several applications including LED sports lighting and arena lighting. Pole assemblies must be designed and installed by taking extra precautions to ensure their structural integrity is suitable for the wind conditions...