LED troffer upgrade kits are the fastest, simplest way to convert your fluorescent troffer lighting to LED. You don't even need to remove the fixture from the ceiling to convert it to LED, and the process should take less than ten minutes per troffer.
Regardless of whether you're looking to use retrofit or ballast compatible LED tubes in your existing fluorescent fixtures, you'll need to know what kind of ballast your fixture has. We've made a simple diagram to help you out!
An LED upgrade can be a major investment, but the investment has an attractive return—in utility savings, worker productivity, public image, and more. It's also an easy investment: once the new lights are in place, there's nothing more to do.
You spent a fair bit of money getting just the right fixtures for your space. Is there a simpler way to replace your old, inefficient lighting technologies without having to do rip everything out and start from scratch?
When LED lighting first came on the market, it was expensive and inefficient, and definitely not a contender for high-output exterior lighting applications such as wall packs, canopy lights, parking lot lights, and area lighting. However...
Cole's Market in Montrose, New York, shined a light on their cold drinks when they replaced the fluorescent tube lights in their walk-in coolers with long-life, cool-running, energy-efficient LED tubes.
You may have noticed that lumens are often higher for fluorescent tubes than LED, leading you to wonder if LED tubes put out enough light to be worth switching over. Lumens, however, aren't the whole story.