LED Warehouse Lighting


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Commercial & industrial warehouse operations increase in productivity, safety, and security with our LED Warehouse Lighting options which provide even and well illuminated areas. The energy reduction from traditional warehouse lights to LED also allows for them to pay themselves back. Additionally, their virtually zero-maintenance operation allows for smoother operations and even lower costs that are associated with commercial led warehouse lighting systems.


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LED technology by far is the biggest of energy saving warehouse lighting solutions on the market today. Metal halide or high-pressure sodium warehouse lighting options are no match for LED warehouse lights in today's marketplace.

When comparing commercial metal halide or HPS commercial warehouse lighting fixtures to LED, the features of a quality and safe warehouse lighting system are clearly won by LED technology.

The benefits of LED vs Metal Halide, HPS or fluorescent warehouse lights include things like energy savings up to 75%, increased lifespans up to 2 to 3 times longer, decreased maintenance costs, improved quality of light, and improved productivity.

Reduce your costs and expenses with LED Warehouse Lights


Reducing commercial warehouse lighting costs becomes practical and sustainable with our LED warehouse lights for sale. With energy savings up to 75% and increased illumination, you can reduce a tremendous amount of energy consumption. Also save more with commercial warehouse LED lighting options via longer lifespans and reduced maintenance costs.

Converting from 400W HID (Metal-Halide, HPS or equivalent fluorescent) over to LED in your warehouse.

Here is the costs savings you can expect if you convert your 400W HID lights over to LED. In the table below, we show the savings per fixture for every fixture converted over per year. It assumes a run rate of 12 hours per day. We chose a 150W LED Fixture, but what you need may be less than this.


150 LED-Watts replacing 400 Watts for 12 hrs/day 365 days/yr saving 1358 kw/year *
Cost per kw/hSavings per year
.06$81
.08$109
.10$136
.12$163
.14$190
.16$217
.18$244
.20$272
* includes ballast draw

Converting from 1000W HID (Metal-Halide, HPS or equivalent fluorescent) over to LED in your warehouse.

Here is the costs savings you can expect if you convert your 1000W HID lights over to LED. In the table below, we show the savings per fixture for every fixture converted over per year. It assumes a run rate of 12 hours per day. We chose a 320W LED Fixture for this example, but what you need may be less than this amount.


320 LED-Watts replacing 1000 Watts for 12 hrs/day 365 days/yr saving 3635 kw/year *
Cost per kw/hSavings per year
.06$218
.08$291
.10$364
.12$436
.14$509
.16$582
.18$654
.20$727
* includes ballast draw

Increased productivity with the proper lighting with LED Warehouse Lights

Warehouse operations are improving productivity with our LED warehouse lighting fixtures through the quality of light and distribution they offer.

With this increase in warehouse productivity, companies are not only getting a positive ROI from decreased warehouse lighting system operational costs, but also from the increase in output they are getting as a result of converting to LED warehouse lights.

Improved safety and security for your warehouse

We work directly with your project to ensure your new warehouse lighting system provides an increase in safety and security for employees & visitors.

When converting to LED, we guarantee that we will help you meet any industrial warehouse lighting requirements for your building.


Commercial Warehouse Lighting

We have various industrial and commercial products that will cover any energy efficient warehouse lighting requirements. Whether you have high ceilings and need our LED High and Low Bay (including Shop Lights and Pendant Lights) options: we have you covered for any ceiling height. Or if you need more specialty types of lights - we also have warehouse lights for other indoor applications like food processing plants, food storage or even industrial explosion proof lights for hazardous environments.



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Before (left) and After (right) conversion to our LED warehouse lights.


Interested in our energy efficient commercial LED warehouse lighting selection? Use our contact info below and one of our LED warehouse lighting specialists will gladly help you illuminate your warehouse facility with LED technology, wholesale prices available.


Benefits of LED Warehouse Lights

  • Longer lasting lamps. LED lamps last up to 10 + years and even longer when controls are added.
  • Very little heat produced. The energy-efficient design of LED means no heat is produced during operation, so the lamp stays cool to the touch and also reduces HVAC requirements.
  • Change bulbs less frequently. This is especially useful in a commercial areas where you need long lasting lamps, so your staff can focus on what's important and your customers can walk in a well lit environment.
  • Offers high efficiency lighting. This will help you save on utility costs and reduce your electricity bills.

There are many features that separate LED warehouse lighting from older HID models. We have High-Bays that are specifically designed for taller ceilings, larger areas and warehouse spaces with tall shelving. They direct light more evenly to create powerful even lighting with little glare and even distribution. This makes them perfect for commercial and industrial applications such as warehouses, storage facilities and other factories.

4 Reasons to Convert over to LED Warehouse Lights

1. Energy savings up to 80%

With advancements in LED fixture technology and higher lumens per watts configurations now available, reducing energy consumption by over 70% is not unreasonable. Coupled with controls like motion sensors, achieving reductions in excess of 80% is achievable and reasonable to expect, especially if there are areas with limited daily foot traffic.

Converting over from fluorescent light systems should see an energy savings of at least 50%. However, it is important to note that you need to pay attention to a few details.

* Never buy a LED fixture based on the watts consumed.

* Focus on lumens you need and pay attention to lumens per watt. You will consume a lot more energy at 100 lumens/watt than you will at 140 lumens per watt. MyLEDLightingGuide products are in the higher lumens per watt configurations. Look for the products efficacy listed in their detail specifications, or divide the total number of lumens produced by the total watts consumed to determine efficacy.

* Look at the number of LEDs the fixture is using to produce the lumens. A fixture with fewer LEDs is typically driving the LEDs harder, which means life expectancy will probably be shorter. More LEDs driven less hard is a better combination of efficient and longevity.

2. Paybacks can be relatively short

This is dependent on the 1+1+1 rule with LED payback - Hours of Use + Cost of Electricity + Rebates. Rebates may be the least important of the three, and high hours of use and high cost of electricity will dwarf the benefits of the rebate. Everyone likes a rebate, but we have created many proposals for our customers where payback was under 1 year even without rebates. Contact us and we can help walk you through the math.

3. Reduced Maintenance Costs

The common problem with traditional technologies like HID (Metal Halide, HPS) and Fluorescent technology is they use ballasts with relatively short life spans. LEDs use drivers that converts AC to DC power. These drivers typically have a long life (good design is required that allows the drivers to run cool). It is not uncommon to expect a lifespan of 50,000 + hours for the driver and even longer for the LEDs.

In LED technology, the driver is the weakest link, so be wary of claims of products that will last 200,000 hours because there is an extremely high probability the driver wont last that long. Unless you can replace the driver in a 200,000 hour rated product, the product is only valuable as a marketing tool for the seller and not for you.

The two main reasons we receive calls from our customers:

  1. reduce energy consumption / save money

  2. reduce high mast lighting maintenance costs.

By switching to LED solutions, you reduce the amount of maintenance time required on your new lighting system. And when it comes to warehouse lighting, the lights are not easily accessible.

4. Increased Light Quality with Bright Warehouse Lighting

One of the specifications you need to pay attention to is CRI (color rendering index). This is essentially the quality of light that the fixture is producing. It is a scale between 0 and 100. And a general rule is that you need less quantity of light if you have better quality. LED has high CRI making the quality better than most traditional light sources. But CRI alone is not the only factor. Some traditional sources, like fluorescent also may have a high CRI. But because these technologies are AC powered, they "flicker", causing eye strain and headaches. LED drivers convert AC to DC, which means no flicker. So higher quality lighting with no flicker makes for a better production environment.

However, one word of caution. Extremely high CRI is not required in traditional warehouse / factory environments. It is great for retail environments where true color representation is important. We would not recommend a high CRI solution for an outdoor industrial application. It is not worth the extra cost to purchase high CRI LEDs.


Planning the Conversion to LED Lights in your Warehouse

1.   Plan the Lighting Layout Well

If your warehouse is old and the lighting fixtures were installed many years ago, the lighting may no longer be adequate. For example, some luminaries may be on top of shelves and be of no use. A poor lighting layout wastes energy, significantly decreases illuminance levels (because light is delivered to the wrong places), and makes servicing lights an expensive, time-consuming process.

If you own or manage a warehouse, be sure to let your electrician know what you need from the lighting so they can create the perfect layout. There are different light distribution types but only 2 are ideal for warehouses. The electrician will choose the best light distribution type for your warehouse based on the layout of the building.

2.   Optics Are Important

Modern warehouses and distribution centers usually have narrow aisles and higher ceilings in order to make the most revenue per square foot. Warehouse owners and operators can store and sell more products if they store them in areas that occupy less space.

This trend has given LED manufacturers the opportunity to create better lighting products for storage businesses. Old lighting systems usually distribute light to the sides and downwards. They have “wide” beam angles and distribute a lot of light in areas where it isn't needed.

New-generation LEDs incorporate optics for the most efficient performance. Optics focus, mix, and shape the light produced by the LEDs, controlling the illumination pattern. They help LED fixtures to deliver "narrow" beam angles.

If you've decided that LEDs with optics are the best for your warehouse, get those that maximize light output with optics and direct the light to the areas that need it most.

3.   Avoid Glare At All Costs

When it comes to LED lighting, there’s one thing people mostly complain about: glare. LED lights do not generate light like conventional lights and the intensity of each chip can make glare a serious issue, especially if warehouse workers have to look at the lights when packing products or accessing the higher aisles.

 This is why it is so important to balance luminaire efficacy and visual comfort. LED luminaries for high bay fixtures may have excellent luminous efficacy and badly designed optics. Good luminaries may sacrifice luminous efficacy in order to offer visual comfort.

4.   Pay Attention to the Color Rendering Index

Color is one of the most important things in warehouse lighting because it affects things like clarity and contrast. In a warehouse where workers have to identify objects and read labels, the lights must have a high Color Rendering Index so everyone can easily do their work. Lights with a high CRI show the natural and realistic colors of objects.

The higher the Color Rendering Index, the more natural the lighting will be. Look for LEDs with a minimum CRI of 85. Anything below this will cause fatigue and make the place less safe. And while light color may not be as important in a warehouse as in a restaurant kitchen, it is still vital for safety and productivity.

5.   Add Lighting Controls

A good lighting design is comprised of lighting controls as they ensure that lights only operate when they need to and significantly change the way electricity is consumed. If you combine LEDs for high bay fixtures with lighting controls, the energy consumption of your distribution center or warehouse will considerably go down.

You can use occupancy sensors, motion sensors, or localized presence detectors to lower energy usage when no work is being conducted in specific areas. If the building has roof lights, you can make the most of daylight harvesting.



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