July 14, 2018

Choosing the Correct Color Temperature for Your Application

Before designing a custom illumination solution, it is important to choose the correct Color Correlated Temperature (CCT) for your application. The CCT (measured in Kelvins), is a specification of the color appearance of light emitted from a source, most commonly referred to as warm white (3000K), neutral white (4000K) and cool white (5000K). When determining […]

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June 2, 2018

A Guide to Wet & Damp Location Strip Lighting

LED strip lighting is not always manufactured to protect against dust and moisture. In order for LED strip lighting to be rated for damp or wet environments, it must consist of a coating, typically silicone, surrounding the LEDs. There are different types of silicones produced, providing different levels of protection. LED Lighting Inc. offers three […]

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May 27, 2018

What is a 2-ounce Copper PCB Board?

LED Lighting Inc. is constantly researching, testing and developing new products in order to deliver the most advanced LED technology possible. Most recently, we’ve updated our entire linear lighting product line to include a 2-ounce copper PCB board. What is a PCB board? A PCB board is also known as a printed circuit board and […]

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May 3, 2018

Make Retrofitting T8’s Easy

We’ve expanded our T8-Series product line to include the LED BALLAST-COMPATIBLE Generation 3 (G3) tube lamp. The ballast-compatible tube lamp features plug-in-play technology, which allows customers to replace existing lamps without having to rewire or remove the current ballast. The ballast-compatible T8 tube plugs directly into MOST existing fixtures (click here for a list of […]

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April 17, 2018

LED Lighting Inc. Joins the ALA in Fight for Air Climb

LED Lighting Inc. is proud to participate in the American Lung Association’s annual fundraising event—Fight for Air Climb in Chicago, IL on Sunday, March 8, 2015. The team will have the option to climb 45 floors, 585 steps of 1,2,3 or all 4 towers, for a total of 180 floors or 2,340 steps in honor […]

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March 22, 2018

LED Lighting Inc. is heading to the “Big Apple”

LED Lighting Inc. will exhibit at LEDucation’s ninth annual event hosted by the Designers Lighting Forum of New York on March 5-6th, 2015 at the Sheraton NY Times Square hotel. LEDucation 9 is one of the largest tabletop exhibitions and educational events solely dedicated to LED technology, hosting over 225 manufactures with an estimated 4,000 […]

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March 4, 2018

3 Products We LOVE

LED Lighting Inc. offers a variety of wonderful LED products and accessories, which is great for building custom solutions for commercial and residential applications. But with so many products to choose from, it can sometimes be difficult to understand which are best for your application. With a little inspiration from Valentine’s Day, we’ve complied a […]

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February 15, 2018

How to Incorporate Dimming into Your Home

Incorporating dimming into your lighting plan allows you to adjust the brightness level in any room, changing the ambience and opening up a wide range of lighting moods. Inline-dimmers not only provide more flexibility but also help you save energy and extend the lifespan of your LEDs. Using a dimming control system is simple and […]

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February 3, 2018

How to Eliminate LED “Hotspots”

LED “hotspots” can be problematic for certain applications including under cabinet lighting, toekicks, display lighting or applications using a high luminosity output tape light. An LED “hotspot” is simply the point of light source, which can sometimes seem harsh and create what looks to be a dotted pattern. This installation on the right was achieved […]

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January 13, 2018

How to Avoid Voltage Drop

One of the most important things to consider when specifying or installing LED tape lights is the effect of “voltage drop”. The term voltage drop refers to the gradual decrease of voltage along the length of the wire as electricity travels away from a power source. When voltage drop occurs, one end of the tape […]

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