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LED Canopy Lights

Shop for efficient LED canopy lights - rugged, reliable and built for parking, walkways, gas stations and other outdoor needs while reducing energy consumption up to 75%. Ready to ship today! Our Commercial LED Canopy Lighting are designed to replace 100W to 400W Metal Halide. Many of our LED canopy lights are DLC Qualified for utility rebate eligibility. 

Surface Mount LED Canopy Light

Recessed Mount LED Canopy Light

High Power LED Canopy Lights

Retrofit Kits for LED Canopy Fixtures

Replace Metal Halide, HPS and HID Canopy Lights

Replace up to 150W HID

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LED Canopy Lights - The Definitive Guide

Canopy lighting has significantly improved and transitioned from HID, pulse start, and fluorescent lighting to more popular, energy-efficient, and cost-effective LED lighting. Thanks to the incentives given by energy providers, many eco conscious and forward-thinking business owners have embraced LED technology. Canopy lighting is a term used to describe outdoor lighting that is usually pendant, recessed, or surface mounted to a structure's overhang, ceiling, or soffit. The lighting is typically used to offer illumination to areas that are frequented by pedestrians and vehicles. 

Canopy lights are used in a myriad of applications including hotel canopies, parking canopies, gas stations, soffit areas, bank canopy drive-thrus covered walkways, carports, and more. Canopy lights are also used in industrial applications such as manufacturing facilities and warehouses to illuminate walkways and aisles. LED canopy lights are ideal for all the places where sunlight does not reach – areas that are used at night, walkways that never see the light of the sun because of big buildings, and also buildings without windows. The lights deliver bright illumination that is capable of filling both small and large spaces with light that looks natural. LED canopy lights are the best replacements for HID and fluorescent lamps as they are a better outdoor lighting solution. These lighting fixtures can be surface mounted using junction boxes or suspended mounted using pendants. LED canopy lights are more efficient as they have longer hours of operation, are easier to install, and require less maintenance. The lights make canopies and building entrances and exits safe and secure at night and provide a clean and modern look that improves aesthetics. 

Niche Markets for LED Ceiling Canopy Lights

Gas Stations

Petroleum is a highly combustible hydrocarbon that is also carcinogenic. One of the major concerns when it comes to handling hazardous compounds like hydrocarbons is the likelihood of ignition by electric devices and machines. Lighting fixtures positioned close to petroleum storage tanks must have the necessary safety features as they can be a source of explosion if they create sparks during operation. Traditional canopy light fixtures may still be in use today, but they consume a lot of electricity and have very poor efficiency. The LED versions of these fixtures are designed to directly replace their more fragile and energy-consuming counterparts while eliminating the high maintenance and electrical requirements of these lighting fixtures. Retrofit LED canopy lights utilize existing mounting hardware and align with existing bolt holes for easy installation. Lighting fixture upgrades can be done one step at a time and the lighting format and style will still be consistent throughout a facility. LED canopy lights are able to withstand demanding conditions of an outdoor environment, have IP rating, and lower energy consumption and lighting maintenance costs.

Car Dealership Service Centers and Showrooms

Auto dealers usually open their businesses from morning hours and into the night. LED canopy lighting can transform automotive dealership service centers and car showrooms. Service centers usually have 13-foot ceiling canopies and require bright, high-quality light as this is where the condition of drive-in vehicles is inspected for estimates and where technicians work as they repair vehicles. Car showrooms, on the other hand, have high ceiling canopies and need very bright lights which make the cars sparkle and look as attractive as possible. Bright, high-quality light is also needed to show off the various models of vehicles on sale. LED canopy lights are increasingly replacing high bay, troffer light fixtures, and can downlights as ceiling canopy lights as they can deliver up to 10 times the brightness. When LED canopy lights are used in car dealership service centers and showrooms, they provide brighter, higher-quality light and help businesses to sell more cars. Our LED canopy lights require almost zero maintenance, lower operational lighting costs by more than 50%, and are some of the brightest canopy lights on the market.

Small Garages and Carports

LED canopy lights can be suitable for small garages and carports. This is because the bright light they produce can help deter intruders from getting into the properties and carrying out criminal activities. LED lights provide light that looks natural and helps people to easily navigate their way through a garage or a carport.

Covered Walkways and Areas

LED canopy lighting illuminates walkways and canopies and extends daytime hours, helping businesses to operate long after the sun sets. Canopy lighting is perfect for backyard canopies, outdoor walkways, and yards around buildings. Walkway canopy lights provide shadow-free illumination to covered walkways and enhance their architectural style. The lights are available in different height options and provide lighting design flexibility for a wide range of applications.

Common Problems with Traditional HID Canopy Lights

Most commercial lighting fixtures such as canopy lights utilize high intensity discharge lamps like metal halide, high pressure sodium, and mercury vapor lamps (if the buildings are really old). Some industrial and commercial applications use fluorescent lamps. But traditional canopy lights have shortcomings that make them very inefficient. Let us look at 5...

High Energy Costs

Common high-intensity discharge lamp watts for canopy lights range between 100 and 400 watts. The light output of traditional lights is highly dependent on the wattage, the more the wattage the more the light output. How the wattages are utilized depends on the work carried out in the area being illuminated, the number of fixtures, their spacing, as well as their mounting height. A 175-watt light fixture or a 250-watt high intensity discharge light fixture (which are commonly used for canopy lighting) can cost a lot of money to operate per year. A 175-watt fixture can cost up to $109 while a 250-watt fixture can cost up to $156.

High Maintenance Costs

When it comes to canopy light fixtures, maintenance costs are usually a big concern. HID and fluorescent lamps have a short life expectancy and need ballasts to work, which also have a short lifespan. To make matters worse, ballasts draw about 15% of the electricity traditional lights draw. Another maintenance concern is where the lighting fixtures are mounted. Canopy lights are typically mounted over parked vehicles and can be quite difficult to access and service during normal business hours. A standard size canopy utilizing HID lamps may use up as much as $33,000 on lighting maintenance for a single lamp in just three years.

Dangerous to Humans and the Environment

High-intensity discharge lamps and fluorescent lights contain mercury which is harmful to humans and the environment. As a matter of fact, mercury is so dangerous that there are stringent guidelines given by the Environmental Protection Agency stating how the lamps should be disposed of. When a lamp that contains mercury breaks, the hazardous chemical can leak and have a negative impact on the health of humans and other organisms. HID lamps have arc tubes that degrade as the lifetime of the lamps comes to an end. The arc tubes start to discolor or generate way more heat than they should. This can cause them to rupture and also cause the outer glass bulb to rupture.

Another downside of HID lamps and fluorescent bulbs is that they produce ultraviolet radiation when they are switched on. While the sun also produces ultraviolet radiation at different wavelengths, extreme exposure to this radiation can be the cause of different medical conditions such as premature aging of the skin.

Quick Rate of Degradation

High-intensity discharge lamps lose their lumens very quickly from the time they are installed in an application. As soon as they are installed, their light output starts to quickly diminish. The useful life of these lamps is extremely short and the color of the light they produce starts to shift as they get older. Metal halide may have better light output than high pressure sodium lamps, but their useful life is much shorter. Fluorescent lamps have a rated life of up to 15,000 hours, but their life expectancy can be affected by the operating temperature or the switching frequency. If they are installed in places with below freezing temperatures, they may malfunction prematurely or fail to operate. In addition, if the lamps are constantly switched on and off, they get old very quickly as the electron-discharging surfaces of their cathodes wear out.

Limitations

High intensity discharge lamps have a long warm up and cool down time. When these lamps are switched off, they take anywhere between 15-30 minutes to attain full brightness. In case electricity is disconnected for some reason, the lamps take a long time (5-10 minutes) to restart. Fluorescent lamps also have many limitations. For starters, not all of them are dimmable. If you want dimmable fluorescent lamps, you must buy those that have been specially designed to work with dimmers. If non-dimmable compact fluorescent are used with dimmers, they can prematurely burn out. Another limitation of fluorescent lamps is that they have a tendency to produce a buzzing sound when they are turned on. This is particularly the case for fluorescent lamps that use magnetic ballasts – which are the cause of the buzzing.

Fluorescent lamps that use electronic ballasts do not buzz. Fluorescent lights that use magnetic ballasts give off flickering light. Since these lamps also emit ultraviolet light, the UV light, combined with the flickering, can greatly affect people who are highly sensitive to light.

Omni-directional Light Distribution in Nature

Omni-directional bulbs produce light in all directions: the top, the bottom, and the sides. They produce light in 360 degrees and are very inefficient because at least half of the light must be reflected and redirected to the specific area being illuminated. The reflection and redirection process means that the light output of HID lamps and fluorescents is less efficient as up to 30% of lumens can be lost during the reflection process. Reflectors are never 100% efficient and some lumens bounce off them and back to the light fixtures, which results in lumen loss. This means that a HID lamp that is supposed to emit 30,000 lumens will actually emit 21,000 lumens from the get-go. Since LEDs do not need reflectors or ballasts to work well, the lumen output that is advertised on the box is the exact output the lamp will produce from the moment it is installed in an application.

5 Reasons to Switch to LED Canopy Lights

1. Energy Savings & Sustainability

One of the best things about LED canopy lights is that they boost safety while lowering costs. Switching to LED can help a business or an organization to save thousands of dollars on both energy and labor. LEDs have a very long lifespan and require less maintenance than traditional light fixtures. They also consume a lot less electricity. If you own or manage a property with a canopy, you may have postponed converting to LED because of the costs related to the project. However, it is important to remember that LEDs decrease costs across the board, so getting LED canopy lights makes financial sense. On average, a large-scale upgrade has a payback period of 1 to 2 years. Another great thing about installing LED canopy lighting is that it can help a company to attain its sustainability goals. No question about it, lighting makes up a big portion of any organization’s electricity consumption. When you install LED lighting, you will create a great environment for both your customers and your employees. 

2. They Lower Lighting Maintenance Costs

LED lights not only help you to save money on electricity, they also help you to save money by lowering lighting maintenance costs. As we earlier mentioned, high intensity discharge lamps and fluorescent lights do not have a long lifespan, their life expectancy is between 15,000 and 25,000 hours. However, it is important to remember that HIDs lose their lumens extremely fast and fluorescent are affected by different operational conditions. All these lamps have to be frequently replaced and when they are installed in large applications, they can drive up light replacement costs considerably as they have to be changed out in groups. Replacing single bulbs can be quite expensive and is usually dependent on the location of the light fixtures. If the light fixtures are installed very high, the cost of replacement will be high. If your canopy is quite large, the probability is it uses many lighting fixtures. If it is illuminated by high intensity discharge lamps or fluorescent, you will spend a lot of money each year replacing burned out bulbs. 

The rated life of regular LED bulbs is 50,000 hours while that of high-quality bulbs is 100,000 hours. LEDs also use the L70 rating to indicate the length of time they will operate for until their light output gets to 70% of the initial output. The lights retain this light output percentage for their entire lives. Since LEDs are solid state lighting devices, they do not experience premature failure and are perfect for use in harsh environments. When the LED fixtures in your canopy operate for a long time, they save you money you could have spent on lighting maintenance and you are able to recoup your investment in a very short time. 
3. They Make Dangerous Environments Safer

Working in a gas station comes with a myriad of safety issues. But there is some good news: the right LED canopy lights can boost employee and customer safety and offer significant cost savings. One driving factor in replacing traditional lighting systems in a gas station is the frequent maintenance requirements of the lighting. Gas stations are usually subjected to different atmospheres as well as fire risk. LEDs are constructed using advanced solid state technology, which makes them extremely durable. Most light fixtures used in hazardous environments are completely sealed and are highly resistant to harsh weather conditions, impact, and vibrations. And since LEDs have no glass components, there is no risk of serious injury in the event a bulb breaks. LED canopy lights are the best lighting fixtures for bad operational conditions as they are devoid of any moving parts and withstand shock and corrosion better than all other lighting technologies. The lighting fixtures used in hazardous environments like gas stations are able to ignite spark-free, something that gives them a great advantage in flammable environments.

4. They Are Able to Withstand the Elements

LEDs have a high level of efficiency and function well in different environments. When traditional light sources are installed in environments with below freezing temperatures they have to use more electricity to produce more heat in order to generate adequate light. to put it bluntly, they have to work harder so as to produce more light. But LEDs are very efficient and can function optimally under extreme temperatures. They do not have to exert themselves in order to produce more light. LEDs are built to endure drastic changes in temperature and are the best option for canopy lighting. Outdoor canopy lights are exposed to many harsh conditions that are caused by the natural environment outdoors. However, high-quality LED lights are DLC Qualified and IP rated. They are able to keep moisture out and withstand all the elements. Our LED canopy lights have all the top certifications and work well in both hot and cold environments, as well as all the environments in-between. 

5. LED Canopy Lights Produce Higher-Quality Light

One of the great things about LED lights is that they have the ability to generate quality light. As we earlier said, the popular watts for traditional canopy lights are between 100 and 400 watts. But something that we cannot overlook is that these lights require ballasts to work well, and ballasts pull a lot of electricity. LED lights consume a lesser amount of electricity than high intensity discharge lamps and fluorescent and a 50-watt LED can replace a 250-watt metal halide lamp. In addition, LEDs don’t use ballasts. The moment you replace conventional canopy lights with LED canopy lights, electricity usage will decrease by 75%. If you pair the lights with lighting controls, you may reduce your property’s energy consumption by up to 90%. Since large canopies typically have a lot of light fixtures, it need not be said that you will save a lot of money if you have a large canopy. In fact, you may recoup your investment in less than one year. Lighting experts usually have a saying, "when you have better lumens, you need fewer lumens." LEDs produce better quality light than all other lighting technologies in existence. And because they are directional lights, all the light they generate goes exactly where it is needed, which means you may need fewer LED lights to illuminate your canopy adequately. 

Important Things to Consider When Buying LED Canopy Lights

No doubt about it, the use of LED canopy lights in commercial environments has widely increased. Because of their unequaled brightness, numerous color options, high efficiency, and ease of installation, many lighting designers and contractors are using these lights in new buildings. LED canopy lights are also replacing traditional lighting sources as more and more decision-makers realize their unparalleled benefits. But it is not a secret that LED lights are not equal. 

LED manufacturers and distributors sell LED products with different qualities, prices, and specifications, making it difficult for you to choose the best LED fixtures for your project. So, how do you go about choosing LED canopy light fixtures? What is the standard for choosing LED canopy lighting? It is very important that you get a clear vision of the project before you choose LED canopy lights. This is because each canopy is different and requires different types of light fixtures. 

5 questions to help you determine how to choose LED Canopy Lights

What will you be illuminating?

Where will the light fixtures be installed?

Will dimmers be required? If yes, will the LED lights be dimmed via wall switches or remote control?

What should the color of the light be?

Which is the overall look and feel you would like to create?

Once you have determined the vision of the project, choosing the proper LED canopy lights will be much easier. Lighting fixtures can be quite difficult to select, especially if you don't understand lighting specifications or have knowledge of lighting terminology. This is why we've decided to write about the most important things to consider when buying LED canopy lights. Without further ado, here they are.

The Brightness of the Light – Which Is Measured in Lumens

When older lighting technologies were very popular, people usually looked at their watts consumed to determine their brightness. But with LEDs, lighting is all about lumens. Lumens indicate the total quantity of visible light a light source produces. Watts, on the other hand, tell you the amount of electricity a light source pulls. Visible light is the light that our human eyes can see. While HID and fluorescent lamps may produce many lumens, they also produce ultraviolet light which is not useful to humans. Since LED lights manufactured for humans only produce visible light, a LED bulb that produces fewer lumens may give off better light than a high intensity discharge bulb that produces more lumens. 

The Efficiency of the Light: Luminous Efficacy

If you want to know how powerful a LED lamp is, check its luminous efficacy (also known as lumens per watt). Luminous efficacy tells us the lumens a bulb gives off for every watt it pulls. It is a measure of how well a light bulb produces visible light. LED bulbs are more efficient than all other bulbs because of their higher luminous efficacy. The average luminous efficacy of fluorescent lights is 50 to 100 lumens per watt. The luminous efficacy for high pressure sodium and low pressure sodium lamps ranges between 50 and 160 lumens per watt. Metal halide lamps have an average luminous efficacy of 75 to 100 lumens per watt. While some high intensity discharge lamps have a luminous efficacy that is comparable to that of LED lamps, we must not forget that these lamps have a very low color rendering index and do not render colors well. 

The Ability of the Light to Render Colors Well: Color Rendering Index

Color rendering index is a measurement of light that indicates how well a light bulb makes the colors of objects appear to our human eyes (our vision) and how realistically (naturally) the light bulb makes different shades to look. In other words, color rendering index indicates how accurately a particular light source renders any color compared to a reference light source (a calculated model of daylight). Color rendering index is measured in scale from 0-100, with 100 being the maximum value. Light sources with a color rendering index close to 100 are able to render colors very well. Many high-quality LEDs have a CRI of between 85 and 90. Those with a color rendering index of 90 and above are excellent at revealing the true colors of objects and are ideal for tasks that call for extremely accurate color representation. Light bulbs with a very high CRI are used in color-critical applications. Those with low CRI values make the colors of objects to appear unnatural. However, this does not mean that a light bulb with a low CRI will affect your eyesight. It simply means that when you look at the objects during the day you will see different colors than you will when you look at them at night – because they are illuminated by a light bulb with a low color rendering index. 

The Temperature of the Light: The Color Temperature

Color temperature is a terminology used to define the color characteristics of a light source. Some light bulbs produce very warm light (red, yellow, and orange), while others produce cool (white and blue) light. Color temperature is usually measured with the Kelvin scale and the higher the temperature, the cooler the appearance of the light. The lower the Kelvin temperature, the warmer the appearance of the light.

LED bulbs produce light in a range of color temperatures. Those used in commercial applications have color temperatures that range between 2700K and 6500K. 

The recommended color temperatures for canopy lighting range between 4000K and 5000K. Gas station canopies require very bright light as minor mistakes can lead to very serious accidents. Light fixtures with a color temperature between 4000K and 5000K give off bright light with a bluish tint. This light has been shown to reduce eye strain and create a productive work environment. Light bulbs with a color temperature that is close to that of daylight emit light that appears to be very natural. 
Wet Location Rating

If you're a business owner, you definitely want to make the most of the money you invested in your lighting infrastructure. This means that you should choose light fixtures that are perfect for your business but are also cost-efficient and durable. The operational efficiency and durability of light bulbs is dependent on a host of factors. It is not a great idea to buy the most expensive lighting fixtures on the market because they may not be suitable for your application. One thing that has a great impact on the durability of light bulbs is where they are installed. Some operational conditions can be very harsh on some types of light bulbs – such as humid areas and locations where the light fixtures are exposed to a lot of water. Since most canopies are located outdoors, it is recommended that you buy lighting fixtures that have been specially designed for wet locations. 

What Are Wet Locations? Wet locations are spots where the installed lighting products are constantly exposed to water, moisture, or other liquids. The lighting fixtures in these locations may be exposed to elements like snow, rain, hail, or sleet. This liquid may flow, drip, or splash on them and damage their electrical components. 

UL Rating For Wet Locations and IP Rating When it comes to wet locations, there are two certifications you should look for:

UL Rating For Wet Locations and IP Rating. UL, Underwriters Laboratories, tests and rates light fixtures to facilitate their proper and safe usage. The wires in a wet rated light fixture are usually encased in its metal parts to safeguard them from humidity and water and to minimize the risk of fire. The fixtures are built in such a way they prevent the accumulation of water on their conductors, electrical components, and live parts, which haven't been designed to withstand moisture and humidity. 

The IP rating refers to an international classification system that is used to rate lighting products depending on how well their various electrical components are shielded from exposure to foreign elements such as water and dust. The IP rated bulbs you choose will depend on the specific place you intend to install them. IP65, IP66, and IP67 light fixtures are specially designed for use in wet locations.

The first digit in the IP number refers to the level of protection the electrical components of the fixture have against intrusion from solid particles like dust. The Number 6 usually indicates that the light fixtures are protected from dust.

The second digit of the IP number indicates the level of protection the electrical components have against moisture. IP65 bulbs are protected from water that is sprayed from devices with nozzles, IP66 bulbs are protected from heavy seas of water and powerful jets, while IP67 light bulbs can be immersed in water and still work excellently. 

The Function of the Light

Implementing the proper lighting design in a commercial space is much more important than it may seem. One vital thing you should consider when buying light fixtures is the function of the light because lighting does so much more than just illuminate a space. It adds visual interest and creates a certain atmosphere. The light fixtures should also be able to perform well under certain conditions. LED canopy lights should be resistant to water and able to withstand unpredictable, inclement weather. Choosing the right LED lights can be quite hard, particularly for special use applications. There are several things you should put into consideration if you want to choose the best LED canopy lights.

  • The ceiling height of the canopy
  • The type of the ceiling
  • The required brightness
  • The size of the canopy

Many a times, we see glaring mistakes when light calculations are poorly done. This is especially the case when upgrades and renovations are carried out without involving a lighting designer or a lighting architect. For instance, if the same number of fixtures are used in an entrance canopy as in a gas station canopy, the lights used in the former location will cause glare. Start by determining the function of the light as this will help you to narrow down the lighting options.

Best Lighting Practices for Gas Station Canopies

Many gas station owners usually hesitate to convert their canopy lighting from traditional lighting to LED technology.

Their major concern is that they may end up under-lighting the vital areas. This misconception is often driven by the drastic wattage reductions that are usually involved in LED conversions.

The truth of the matter is that this is nothing more than an erroneous belief.

Gas stations illuminated by LEDs look much brighter than those that are illuminated by traditional lamps. None of them are under-lit as and they all stand out clearly at night.

LEDs provide consistent light color and brightness. Here are some best practices you should adhere to if you want to ensure that your gas station is well-illuminated.

Highlight The Fuel - Your Main Product!

If you want to attract more customers, you have to ensure that the pump areas are well-lit. Your lighting designer should put the pumps in the spotlight by angling recessed canopy lights toward them. Brightly-lit pumps and pillars make sure that the pumps are clearly visible and make your customers aware that the gas station is open for business. Recessed light fixtures have the ability to minimize glare and make a gas station look bright and attractive from a distance. 

Remember That People Are Drawn To Light

If you tell drivers that they can fuel at either one of two gas stations – a well-lit one and a poorly lit one – chances are that they will choose the former. People are naturally attracted to bright spaces and tend to see poorly lit spaces as unsafe or dangerous. If your gas station is poorly lit, people may think that it is closed for business. Be sure to light up vertical surfaces such as pillars, pumps, exterior walls, and canopy edges. This will enhance the entire environment and turn it into a safe, bright, and welcoming space. 

Avoid Dark Spots At All Costs

One thing worth noting is that LED light fixtures usually have sharp cutoffs compared to traditional lighting fixtures. This is particularly the case when traditional surface mounted fixtures are converted into new recessed LED fixtures. This can produce a sharp dark/light boundary at the canopy’s edge and create a dark zone between the canopy and the entrance to the store – a place where good lighting is critical for customers as well as the staff. Taking the whole property into consideration when illuminating the space – rather than only thinking of the canopy – will ensure you provide a better-lit environment and still save energy. But one thing you should avoid is glare. Use LED lights carefully to minimize glare. Too much glare can blind drivers as they drive into the facility. 

Focus On Much More Than Just Cutting Down Your Electric Bill

Don't get us wrong, reducing your electric bill is one of the reasons why you should switch to LED technology. However, when you convert to LED, you don't just save money on your electric bill, you also save on lighting maintenance costs and get rebates and incentives from your utility company. Gas station owners usually have two main reasons for switching to LED: a big utility incentive and the lowered cost and hassle of lighting maintenance. Their third biggest reason is usually improving their public image to seem modern, progressive, and conscious of the environment. Many customers and staff in gas stations that are illuminated by LEDs say that they feel much safer because of them. LED canopy retrofit kits come with utility rebates, incentives, and offer bright light and easy maintenance. 

5 Additional Canopy Lighting Tips

1. Consider the overall site lighting in order to maintain the acceptable foot candle levels. Also be sure to use high-quality light fixtures to provide good visibility to both drivers and pedestrians, especially between the store and the canopy.

 

2. Use different light fixtures or light distribution patterns for the central island, the edge of the island, and the area beyond the island. Mixing different fixtures can produce downlight and aimed light on vertical surfaces.

 

3. Use quality lights that do not cause glare and blind approaching drivers and pedestrians. Light fixtures with shields, diffusers, and other optical controls can minimize glare and still save energy.

 

4. Be sure to purchase LED canopy lights with field replaceable components and warranties that cover the whole units, not just the LEDs. The LED canopy lights sold by My LED Lighting Guide are DLC Qualified and are eligible for rebates.

 

5. Use lighting controls to decrease energy usage when full power is not needed or when occupancy is low, such as on stormy days, at dusk, and at dawn.

Types of LED Canopy Lights

LED Linear Canopy Lights

Some of the best products for low ceiling height areas are LED linear canopy fixtures. These fixtures help spread out the light and provide a better general light dispersion over compact light designs. Photo-metrically speaking, linear fixtures provide a nicer spread and create a flood of light that is less spotty than smaller fixtures with tight arrays. What you will notice is the light is more seamless instead of really bright and then really dark as you walk from light source to light source. With the addition of optics or lenses, the spread can be more evenly distributed. These types of fixtures are the perfect fit for many LED canopy ceiling light applications.

Recessed Canopy Lights

Other commonly used types of canopy lights are known as recessed canopy lights. These units are meant for areas with limited space or access, those that require low profile canopy lighting that provides the required luminance. 

Low Profile Canopy Lights

Low-profile canopy lights are typically used in areas where space is limited; businesses try to save space without compromising on illumination. These lights can be found in gas station canopies, parking garages, and more. 

High Power LED Canopy Lights

These LED canopy lights are capable of replacing 400-1000W HID.  They are suitable for both low and high ceiling applications. Available with a 10 year warranty and high-impact rated.

Vandal Resistant 

These canopy lights are almost impossible to steal as they are resistant to tampering. They are a great lighting solution for businesses that want to safeguard their lighting investment for many years to come. 

Retrofit Kits for LED Canopy Fixtures

These LED Retrofit Kits for canopy lights are the perfect conversion from HID to LED in your existing canopy fixture. Get all the benefits of LED without replacing your fixture.

Get the Best LED Canopy Fixtures for Your Application

MyLEDLightingGuide have several Canopy LED Lighting products that are DLC Qualified and backed by a 5-year warranty.

These canopy lights are designed to replace from 50W to 400W HID and 200W fluorescent lights. Rated at over 130 lumens per watt, these lights will dramatically reduce your energy consumption.

And since they are eligible for rebates, they are more practical and economical than ever. 

Our LED recessed canopy lights offer a sleek design and put out all of the light required. Interested in any of our efficient outdoor LED Canopy Lights for sale or our LED canopy retrofits? Use our contact information below and we will match you with what’s best for your needs.

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