LED Shoebox Fixtures
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Shoe box lighting is an effective way to illuminate large parking areas with ease. Fixture placement, along with the right optics, can lead to a widespread scope of lighting that is powerful and effective. With our collection of LED shoe box light fixtures, find the perfect way to illuminate parking lots of any size! Ask us for a free photometric evaluation.
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LED Shoebox Lights - Definitive Guide
Shoebox lights provide an effective way to light up a large area with ease. The shape of the fixtures, combined with their placement, results in a widespread scope of light that is both powerful and effective. Shoebox lights are very important as they are used in areas where bright light is vital. They fill up spaces with light and enable surveillance cameras to capture everything with ease.
If you have been using traditional lighting technologies such as high intensity discharge lamps, this is the perfect time to upgrade to energy-efficient LED shoebox lights. These lights will save you a lot of money and drastically cut down your energy bills while improving the aesthetics of your outdoor space at the same time.
LED shoebox lights combine classic design with versatility. These lights are versatile and can fit into existing lighting fixtures, allowing you to easily upgrade your lighting. They come in a myriad of wattages which range from 50 watts to 480 watts. LED shoebox lights can give off more than 60,000 lumens and directly replace 1000-watt, 1500-watt, or 2000-watt HID shoebox lights – as well as those with low wattages. This is how efficient LED shoebox lights have become.
Where are led shoebox lights used?
These lights are commonly used in parking lots, building entrances, universities, roadways, walkways, car dealerships, public parks, street lighting, sports venues, concerts, and as general area lights.
How did the shoebox light name come into existence?
Conventional shoebox lights were made in the shape of rectangular boxes and incorporated heat sinks that helped dissipate heat efficiently. The bulbs were installed in the middle of the fixtures. Because of their design, the light fixtures looked like shoeboxes, and this is how the name shoebox light was birthed. For decades, shoebox lights have had the same design. And while LED shoebox lights are a little sleeker, they still feature that all-familiar, rectangular design.
What has changed since LED shoebox lights were introduced to the market?
A lot has changed, quite a lot.
While LED shoebox lights have been around for quite some time, the newer models feature some major improvements. For starters, newer technology has allowed for better heat sinks that disperse heat very efficiently. This has allowed LED manufacturers to use higher efficiency LED chips in shoebox light fixtures.
Some of the new LED shoebox lights produce more than 150 lumens per watt. Some feature 0-10v and give you – the end user – a high amount of control. Some LED shoebox lights have built-in lighting controls which take into consideration the external lighting conditions and ensure the light fixtures produce the right amount of light.
LED shoebox lights are extremely good at saving energy, highly durable, and are very easy to install and maintain, which is the main reason why they are widely adopted in commercial parking lots. You can choose from a wide range of beam angles, color temperatures, and lumen intensities to find the LED shoebox lights that are perfect for your application.
Because we know that finding the best shoebox lights is not always easy, we have taken time to put together this article which provides you with all the information you need to choose the right shoebox lights.
Let’s get started.
Why are LED Shoebox Lights Superior?
Better Lumen Intensity
The modernization of lighting sources has created a considerable improvement in energy efficiency. Thanks to the innovative technologies in the lighting industry, lighting products are now more efficient and energy consumption has gone down substantially.
Allow us to take a little time to explain in detail how LEDs have better lumen intensity than HID lamps (which are used in some shoebox lighting applications).
The truth of the matter is that all light sources fade over time. What happens is that light intensity diminishes to the extent it becomes inefficient, although the light source does not cease to function. When a lighting fixture is installed in an application and it is switched on, its luminosity is highest at that point. This is called initial lumens. The initial lumens for LED lights are usually measured 45 minutes after the lights are switched on as LED diodes need time to stabilize. When it comes to HID light fixtures, the initial lumens are calculated after 1000 hours of use.
Lumen Maintenance and L50, L70, and, L90 Rating
Lumen maintenance is related to the lifespan of a light source. LED lights do not burn out like traditional lighting systems, in actual sense, they continue working as long as there is an electrical current to supply electricity. What happens is that the light intensity fades gradually, rendering the luminaires obsolete.
For LED lighting products L50, L70, and L90 are used to calculate the lifespan of a LED bulb's circuit board in hourly increments. Lighting experts use these ratings to estimate the amount of light the LED diodes produce when the luminaires diffuse 50% (L50), 70% (L70) or 90% (L90) of the quantity of initial lumens. The L70 rating is the most popular and is used to indicate the point at which LED lighting products will lose 30% of their lumen intensity (and maintain 70%).
A 70% deterioration in light output corresponds with the point at which the human eye notices a decline in the intensity of light. However, the human eye is only negatively affected when the light intensity of a light source reaches a level of 30%.
So, when a luminaire manufacturer states that a luminaire has a 50,000-hour lumen maintenance, it usually means that we will only notice a decrease in light intensity after the light source has been in use for 50,000 hours. But you should not take this to mean that the luminaire will stop to function.
The term delivered lumens (absolute lumens) usually describes the luminous flux produced by a light source when its optical loss factor is taken into account. When it comes to traditional lighting technologies such as high intensity discharge lamps, only the light intensity of the lamps is measured, the optical loss is not included in the calculation. Including delivered lumens is very important, because HID lamps do not deliver the same amount of lumens they produce.
But when it comes to LEDs, the story is different. When LED luminaires are being tested, the optical loss factor is usually taken into account. So, in the case of LEDs, we actually refer to the delivered lumens when we talk about their light intensity.
When comparing the light output of a high intensity discharge lamp with that of a LED lamp, a variety of factors must be examined. These include the lifespan of the light sources, the optical loss factor (particularly for high intensity discharge light sources), and the lumen maintenance over time.
In a nutshell, when the luminous flux of HID lamps and LED lamps is compared, LED lamps are observed to have much better light intensity. Measuring the luminous flux of a light source helps us to know its efficiency. This way, we can choose the one with a higher number of delivered lumens – which is always LED.
Things to Consider When Buying LED Shoebox Lights
Lumens and Luminous Intensity
One major thing that dictates the light output of a light source is the lumens. Sure, watts were important in days gone by as they measured the brightness of traditional light bulbs – because traditional bulbs must consume a lot of watts in order to generate a lot of lumens. But the truth of the matter is that watts are no longer important. These days, they are nothing but a measurement of the electricity a light source consumes.
Lumens are able to tell us the brightness of a light source because they accurately measure the exact amount of visible light that is produced. If you put two light bulbs with varying lumen output next to each other, the one that produces more lumens will appear brighter than its counterpart.
Why do lumens play an important role in lighting?
Because they help us to determine the light output of a LED lighting product compared to that of a conventional lighting product. For instance, if you are currently using traditional shoebox lights and each of them produces 15,000 lumens, all you simply have to do is find LED shoebox lights that produce the same number of lumens and draw the least amount of electricity.
So how do you determine the efficiency of a LED bulb?
Check the luminous efficacy.
Luminous efficacy tells us how much electricity a light bulb will save, because it shows us how many lumens the bulb produces for each watt of electricity it draws. In case you come across some bulbs you’re interested in and their luminous efficacy is not indicated, you can simply calculate it.
To calculate luminous efficacy, divide the number of lumens the lamp generates by the watts of electricity it consumes. LED light fixtures with a higher luminous efficacy (those that produce more lumens per watt) are more efficient than those with a lower luminous efficacy.
LEDs are constantly improving – because of the never-ending research studies and technological advancements – and new-generation LEDs have better efficacy ratings than older ones. Many of the new LEDs that are sold as direct replacements of high intensity discharge lamps and fluorescents have a luminous efficacy higher than 80 lumens per watt. What this means is that these LEDs are able to generate 80 lumens for each watt of electricity they pull.
But that is not all, let us tell you more. The Department of Energy usually takes time to test and verify the luminous efficacy of new-generation LEDs. By the time we were publishing this post, the LED with the highest luminous efficacy, according to the Department of Energy, is a 108W luminaire that generates more than 22,000 lumens.
No, you didn't read that wrong... There is a LED with the ability to produce 204 lumens for every watt of electricity it consumes. LED shoebox lights have improved dramatically in performance. Currently, many of the LED shoebox lights that directly replace traditional shoebox lights produce 120 to 150 lumens per watt – or more.
LED lights with a higher luminous efficacy offer more bang for the buck. When buying new LED shoebox lights to install in your space, one important thing you have to remember is that their efficiency will be measured by the decrease in your monthly electric bill.
If you get LED shoebox lights with a high luminous efficacy, you will save more money on electricity and the time it takes for you to recoup the money you invested will be very short. This is because utility companies usually charge for electricity by the watt.
One thing you should seriously consider is whether the existing light fixtures produce too much light or too little light for your application. If this is the case, you should not look for LED shoebox lights that are direct replacements for the traditional shoebox lights.
Think of your lighting goals and what you want the light fixtures to achieve. Also, talk to your lighting designer about whether you need less or more light. They will make the necessary adjustments – either up or down.
If you are installing LED shoebox lights in a new property, choosing the right fixtures may be a bit easier – especially if you work with a lighting expert. They will make sure that the lighting meets the set regulations.
High Intensity Discharge Lamp to LED Conversion
|Traditional Shoebox Lamp||LED Shoebox - Lumens (100% directional)|
|70 Watt HPS / Metal Halide||2,000 lumens|
|100 Watt HPS / Metal Halide||3,000 lumens|
|150 Watt HPS / Metal Halide||5,000 lumens|
|250 Watt HPS / Metal Halide||10,000-12,000 lumens|
|400 Watt HPS / Metal Halide||15,000-25,000 lumens|
|1000 Watt HPS / Metal Halide||40,000-55,000 lumens|
The minute you install your new LED shoebox lights, the first thing people will become aware of is the color of the light. Light color is very important because it determines the quality of the light. When it comes to LED lighting, color temperature is one of the most important specifications you should look at.
While all light fixtures have a color temperature, LED lights have a wider color temperature range than all the other lights. And because LED lights have the L70 rating, they produce almost the same light color throughout their lifetimes. LED lighting fixtures that are used in outdoor applications usually have a color temperature between 5000K and 6000K. Traditional forms of light experience a significant erosion of color after months of use.
Sunlight color temperature at noontime is 5600K, however, the color temperature of sunlight varies widely based on the time of day and weather conditions. If you want to give the perception of daylight (bluish white light), get light fixtures with a color temperature of 5000K or above, because these temperatures are considered to be the closest to daylight.
Color temperature is measured using the Kelvin scale which is used to measure objects with extremely high or extremely low temperatures. Light fixtures with a color temperature of 5000K and above are typically used in places where lighting should be clear and color discrimination is of utmost importance.
Since LED lights have a wider spectrum of light, they allow people to see details that are not visible under other lighting sources. What this means is that pictures taken with cameras and security systems will have more details because of the fuller spectrum of LED lights.
The moment you replace HID shoebox lights with LED shoeboxes (with a color temperature of 5000K and above) you'll notice a very big difference. You will start noticing details in your space that you didn't notice before. What’s more, the space will appear more vivid and brighter. People will start complimenting the brightness of the lights, not knowing that color temperature is what made all the difference.
Optionally, if you want a slightly warmer light, we suggest a 4000K color temperature
Mounting Styles for LED Shoebox Lights
There are many mounting styles for LED shoebox lights: pole mounts, slip fitter mounts, trunnion mounts, wall plates, knuckles, and yokes. However, the most popular mounting styles are straight arm mounts, slip fitter mounts, and trunnion mounts.
The mounts are usually designed according to the lighting poles you intend to use. The good news is that if you're installing new poles along with your new LED shoebox lights, they will have descriptions on the types of mounts you will require. Let’s talk a little about each of these popular mounting types for LED shoebox lights.
These are very popular mounts and are usually installed on already existing square poles. If the traditional shoebox lights that are being removed are already installed on straight arm mounts, the installation process will be very easy – because the poles have already been altered to cater for straight mounts.
These mounts are the cleanest looking of all mounts as they are integrated into the poles themselves. They typically have two bolts which secure them to the lighting poles: one at the top and another at the bottom. However, while they are aesthetically pleasing compared to other mounts, they are the least flexible. Straight arm mounts are ideal for new installations or where the poles have already been pre-drilled to cater for them.
Slip fitter mounts are very easy to install as they usually slide over standard 2 3/8-inch lighting poles. The biggest advantage of slip fitter mounts is that they give you the ability to angle the light inwards when you need to do so – because they have adjustable heads. They enable you to move the heads to the position you desire.
For many shoebox light fixtures, this simply involves loosening the hex nut and adjusting the clamp that holds it in place. By simply doing so, you are able to find the best position for your lighting setup. Slip fitter mounts are popularly used in non-parking applications such as driveways, sports courts, and other similar spaces.
They can be mounted horizontally or vertically and offer a lot of flexibility. You can mount your shoebox lights vertically and direct the light downwards or install them horizontally and direct the light upwards – the choice is yours to make.
These are highly versatile mounts and fit at the bottom of the LED shoebox lights. They borrow their design from the mounts that are generally used on flood lights (yoke mounts). They are the go-to mounts for unique applications.
For instance, if you want to mount your LED shoebox lights on billboards, these are the mounts you should get. They are also ideal for applications that require creative mounts - where any other mounts will not work. Trunnion mounts are used by skilled lighting designers to overcome the unique lighting situations that they come across at times.
Outdoor Shoebox Light Distribution
LED shoebox fixtures are typically designed as a series of five light distribution patterns. Each pattern has been designed to meet a specific need. The most common are Type 3 and Type 5.
- Type 1 Distribution: for narrow walkways / bike paths
- Type 2 Distribution: for wider walkways, bike paths, roadway entrances, street lighting and other long, narrow lighting areas
- Type 3 Distribution: for roadway, large streets, highway and general parking lot areas.
- Type 4 Distribution: for wall mounting applications and for illuminating the perimeter of parking areas.
- Type 5 Distribution: for general outdoor parking and area lighting applications
What to do if you want to Illuminate an Outdoor Area
Does the outdoor area already have lighting?
This is important because it determines which approach you will take.
If you're installing new lighting fixtures, your local municipality may require you to have an environmental impact study done or require some other type of permit. But if you are installing lighting fixtures in an existing building, maybe a re-purposed property that is in need of lighting, you can easily jump through many hoops.
Take time to check with your local municipality to make sure the lighting fixtures you are installing do not violate any laws or codes.
Gather the following details and hand them over to your LED lighting manufacturer.
- Note down the type of facility where the lights will be installed (is it a warehouse, a retail store, or a commercial property?)
- What is the wattage of the existing lamps? This will help your LED manufacturer to know the LED equivalents needed.
- What is the line voltage? Since LED products are voltage-specific, it is very important for the LED manufacturer to know this detail.
- What do you expect from new light fixtures? You may be looking to raise or lower light output, adhere to specific codes or laws or address a specific lighting problem.
- Take pictures of the area where the LED shoebox lights will be installed and also pictures of the old shoebox lights – to ensure the lighting designer knows exactly where the lights will go
- The last thing you will need to do is note down the exact location/height (if the lights are mounted on poles or walls) where the shoebox fixtures are mounted as well as their mounting style
Here's what you should do if you are installing LED shoebox lights in the area for the first time.
First, check whether your municipality requires an environmental impact study. If it does, make sure you follow all the requirements. An environmental study usually takes into account a variety of details which are unique to your location and makes recommendations within the limits that are defined by your ecological plan. Local municipalities normally recommend a specific number of luxes for different applications.
"What is a lux?" you may be asking yourself.
A lux is a measurement of light that indicates a light's brightness at a specific distance from its source and dimension of the area.
The truth of the matter is that when light is too bright, it can be disturbing to people and even wildlife. The fewer the number of watts it takes to obtain the desired number of luxes, the better – because you'll save a lot of money you could have spent on electricity.
For instance, a 150-watt LED shoebox light can replace a 400-watt metal halide shoebox. This simply means that the 150-watt shoebox produces comparable or better light than the 400-watt metal halide shoebox.
If the light in the area is dim, it may cause problems to both pedestrians and drivers – like poor vision. In addition, security will be poor as CCTV cameras will not be able to capture everything clearly. People walking in the area may also get injured as they will not be able to see objects.
So, what is the point we are trying to put across here? We're simply trying to say that the lights that worked before are no longer effective now.
If your local municipality does not require an environmental impact study, your LED lighting consultant will carry out a photometric test to determine how many foot candles are adequate to meet your lighting goals, taking into account the size of your location.
Benefits of LED Shoebox Lights
Better Lighting Performance
Lighting performance is a vital and frequently overlooked component in deciding whether to switch to LED or stick to traditional light sources. One thing you must ask yourself is whether your current lights are properly illuminating your space.
People must always feel safe and secure as they walk or drive around the area. Metal halide lamps, which are often used in shoebox light fixtures, produce "bright spots" (very bright light) directly underneath them and the levels of light significantly decrease as the distance from the lighting poles increases.
LED shoebox light fixtures, in contrast, distribute light very evenly. The light is uniformly distributed on all the surfaces and they look bright. In this way, LEDs do away with the "bright spot" problem.
What does this mean for you?
It means that when you convert to LED technology, you'll enjoy a more even foot candle distribution. And in addition to their uniform distribution of light, LED light fixtures come in a range of color temperatures, giving you a variety of options to enhance the visual perception of brightness.
There's another reason why LED lights offer better lighting performance. The lighting of conventional light sources, such as high intensity discharge lamps, is measured in watts. However, LED lighting is not measured in watts, it is measured in lumens. Lumens measure the exact amount of light delivered to a specific surface.
Because LED light fixtures have a more direct stream of light that beams from them, and their optics can be altered to direct light accurately to the target areas, they are able to fulfill lighting needs more effectively – whether in building entrances, walkways, or car dealerships. The higher efficiency of LED lights often means that for commercial buildings, manufacturing facilities, or big conversion projects, a one on one fixture replacement is usually not necessary.
Another great thing about LED shoebox lights is that they can be dimmed up to 100% and their lifespan will not be affected. This means that their light output can be frequently increased and decreased and they will experience no negative effects. They are extremely useful when they are used together with lighting controls as they can be turned off when an area is not in use. The lights can also be switched off or dimmed when natural light is enough to illuminate an area, saving energy in the process.
High-quality LED shoebox lights can retain 70% of their initial light output after 50,000 hours of use, which is more than twice the lifetime of HID lamps and fluorescents. This means that fewer light fixtures will be needed over time. Because of their long life expectancy, and the fact that they do not contain hazardous materials, LED shoebox lights do not pose a threat to the environment and actually improve the green initiative of a building.
Able To Work Optimally In Very High or Very Low Temperatures
LED shoebox lights are not affected by extreme temperatures like traditional lamps and can work well in both hot and cold environments. As a matter of fact, they perform better when temperatures are low. Most of the current LED fixtures have the ability to work in temperatures as high as 135°F and also function optimally in applications with below freezing temperatures (-22°F). This specific feature makes LED shoebox lights perfect for use in a myriad of environments. For traditional lighting systems to work well in environments with extreme temperatures, specific features must be added.
Besides the ability to perform well in extreme temperatures, LED shoebox lights in cold environments can last much longer if they are used together with lighting sensors, as they can be switched on and off as needed.
Another great thing about LED lights is that they have the natural capacity to produce a range of light colors that are suitable for different environments. Because of this unique feature, LED lights can produce specific colored light and direct the light exactly where it is needed. They have a great advantage over high intensity discharge lamps and fluorescent which use reflectors to reflect light – because they are omni-directional by nature.
Some of the light (lumens) they produce must be reflected upwards and then back downwards to the area being illuminated. And while both HID lamps and fluorescent can offer colored light that is ideal for a variety of applications, LED shoebox lights are superior because they use less electricity to generate the same light color at similar light levels.
No question about it, the main competitors of LED shoebox lights are high pressure sodium lamps and metal halide lamps – which use a much older lighting technology. For the longest time, metal halide lamps were the top choice for parking lots and other applications that used shoebox lights.
But with the constant need to use as less electricity as possible, because of financial and environmental concerns, I think we can all agree that high intensity discharge lighting has become completely obsolete. It is a great financial decision to opt for the energy friendlier lighting alternative, which is LED lighting.
LED shoebox lights offer high-quality light and consume fewer watts to generate equal or more light as traditional lighting systems. What this means is that you will have more intense light but your power bill will decrease. Most of the traditional shoebox lights used in different applications consume between 100 and 1000 watts.
Considering that these lights also need ballasts to work, they use much more electricity as ballasts typically consume a fraction of the electricity traditional light fixtures consume. Now, if we compare the wattages of traditional shoebox lights to those of their LED equivalents – which consume 40 watts to 300 watts – it is very easy to see that there will be a 40% to 60% reduction in energy consumption when you convert to LED technology – right off the bat.
Let's put it in dollars to give you a better understanding of just how much money you will save. When you replace traditional shoebox lights with LED shoebox lights, you will save, on average, $300 annually on each light fixture.
How great is that?
And depending on the number of shoebox fixtures you have installed in your application, the cost reduction can be very significant.
LED Economic Benefit: 2 Case Studies
You may not be aware of it, but buildings that have not upgraded to energy-efficient LED lighting spend approximately 30 to 40% of their electrical bill payments on lighting. Let us give you an example. If you use a 500-watt metal halide bulb and replace it with a 50-watt LED bulb, you will reduce your energy consumption by 90%.
A shoebox lighting retrofit decreased the energy lighting costs of a manufacturing facility by 40%. This resulted in savings of more than $50,000 in yearly lighting costs. The specific nature of the project allowed the company to achieve a 2-year payback period for all the capital it invested.
The manufacturing facility was also able to meet its sustainability goals and transformed its property into a green building – as LED lights were installed in all the areas. The employees now enjoy working in improved lighting conditions and their productivity has increased. The facility continues to lead by example in CSR (corporate social responsibility), all because of a LED lighting retrofit.
A higher learning institution recently replaced its existing metal halide shoebox lights with high-performing LED shoebox lights and was able to drastically reduce its energy consumption.
The university ended up saving 952,900 kWh, more than $80,000 in energy costs. The institution was also able to achieve a payback period of less than one year.
Just by looking at these 2 case studies, it is easy to see why LED lighting solutions have become increasingly attractive to businesses, institutions, and organizations that want to upgrade their facilities in order to meet their environmental sustainability goals.
Most of these applications convert to LED technology in the hope of lowering their energy usage and their environmental impact, but in the process, they also experience a lot of financial and time savings.
There is no doubt about the fact that high-quality LED light makes everything bright. Not only do LED shoebox lights make your property look safer, they make both customers and employees feel safe as they drive or walk around your property. One thing you need to know is that people are not very different from insects when it comes to light. Human beings love light and they are constantly drawn to it.
This is why it is so important to convert to LED technology and say goodbye to old lighting systems. When your property has very good light, people feel safe, welcomed, and protected when they are in the space.
When customers associate your business with safety and security, it's almost a guarantee that they will come back. So, you should not just see LED technology as a way to lower your energy costs. Think of it as a very effective marketing method. If you own a commercial building, you may actually see an increase in sales once you install LED shoebox lights.
Talk to MyLEDLightingGuide - LED Shoebox Light Experts
MyLEDLightingGuide are suppliers of ETL or UL Listed LED Shoebox Lights that replace HID, HPS and Induction bulbs ranging from 250 watts to 1000 watts. MyLEDLightingGuide’s commercial products can be integrated as an LED shoebox retrofit into the existing luminaire or replacement of the old luminaire with entirely new pole mounted outdoor shoebox.
The rugged cast aluminum housing and weather tight gasket seal enables the fixtures use under harsh conditions and wet environments. The LED light source is not sensitive to shock or vibration. Our Outdoor LED shoebox lights come with 6“ or 10“ arms. Optionally, trunnion and slip fitter mounts convert these fixtures into a floodlight.
Shoebox Light Options – Optics and Color Temperature
We offer a great selection of options that we can install on our LED Shoebox Lights:
- Mounting Options: trunnion, slip fitter and straight pole arm
- Optics: 120, 80 and 40 degrees, Type I, II, III, IV and V
- Color Temperature: 4000K and 5000K
- Lumen Output: designed to replace a 250W, 400W or 1000W MH or HPS fixture
- Photocells - turns lights on at night and off in the morning
- Motion Sensors - dims the lights when no one is around saving you more $'s
We can supply our fixtures with photocells and motion sensors, and combine the two so that your lights go on at dusk, off at dawn, and dim down to 10-90% when no motion or activity is detected.
We use software to model your area, so we can show you how are lights perform before you buy. This way you can choose the right lumens and optics to get the best results for your area.
LED Shoebox Lighting Applications
The applications for an energy saving LED shoebox light fixture are as flexible as the high quality product itself. No matter if it is a refurbishment or a new installation, My LED Lighting Guide experts will be happy to assist in finding the right solution, suitable rebate programs, do lighting calculations and energy audits. The right choice is considering different products that are available. Our professionals know the way to go!
Consider a LED Shoebox Retrofit Option
Are your shoebox lights in good condition?
Then consider one of our shoebox retrofits.
These kits can replace anything from 100 watt to 1000 watt HID shoebox with an easy to install shoebox retrofit unit, and its really as easy as a bulb and ballast replacement.
Our Ultra High Efficiency Retrofit Solutions are all DLC Premium Listed, which can translate into larger rebates for you. And retrofitting your shoebox lights is simple and easy - No more difficult than a bulb and ballast replacement.
And My LED Lighting Guide efficient shoebox retrofits are backed with a 10 year warranty.