Once someone has discovered retrofitting as a completely viable option for upgrading their existing lighting system, there often comes up some very commonly ask questions about retrofitting, more specifically LED retrofits.


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As there are many reasons to go with a entirely new fixture, there are also many highly valid reasons to consider using a retrofit kit instead. So although an entire replacement is a must for some facilities and buildings, some people often overlook retrofitting existing fixtures entirely, which is costing them money.


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A common lighting technology in the commercial space is metal halide, at least in the past it was. At an ever increasing rate, businesses are actively searching for a more efficient lighting system that will allow them to cut energy consumption and in turn; reduce overhead expenses.

When companies or facility managers start their search, they often search for the wrong answer. Here are some common questions that we are asked:


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With all of the different terms in the lighting industry, it can be hard to keep on top of them, especially if you don’t work directly in the lighting field (such as building owners and managers).

The term retrofit lights, retrofit kits, and the related are highly important to anyone who is trying to upgrade their lighting system at their facility. As you will find out, you will be able to make a decision that will be a lot easier when you understand what retrofit lighting is entirely.


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One of the main stays in Industrial and Commercial Lighting has been the Metal Halide Bulb. It is common in Indoor Fixtures, such as High Bays, Canopy Lights, Garage Lights and Low Bays. It is also commonly found outdoors in Wall Packs, Flood Lights, Street Lights, High Mast Lights and Parking Lot Lights to name a few. And while they were a great replacement for Mercury Vapor and High Pressure Sodium, the fact they are better off producing heat and they are producing light makes you believe there has to be a better option available. One that can equal the amount of light produced and yet save money on the cost to operate them. And that’s where LED comes into the picture.


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