LED Buying Guide- Choosing the right LED product

Choosing the right product!

As most people know, buying LED lighting can be confusing, intimidating and quite annoying when trying to replace your existing bulb or fixture with an appropriate LED product. We have eliminated posting hundreds of products to our website for each category. we have made it simple by picking a few of our best selling and best quality products for each category for you the customer.

Picking the right color!

LED lighting uses the Kelvin scale to determine the color temperature for each LED product. To make it easier for you to choose the right color we have added a template outline different colors.

Warm White- 2700k: This color is found in Incandescent and Halogen Light bulbs, it provides a warm orange glow.

Recommended for: Homes, Move Movie Room, Dim lit spaces, Restaurants.

Warm White- 3000k: This color is found in LED products, it is in between Warm White and Cool white, it provides a soft orange color while giving us a cleaner

Recommended for: Homes, Move Movie Room, Restaurants.

Cool White- 4000K: This color is found in LED products, it provides Cool whiter light with a tiny hint of Orange in it

Recommended for: Offices, School, Hallways, Corridors, Clothing Stores, Homes, Parking Lights,

Daylight- 5000k: This color is found in LED products, It provides a pure white color, resembling Daylight.

Recommended for: Factory, Warehouse, Jewelry Store, Labs, Offices, Plants, Parking Lights, Exterior security Lighting.

Picking the right wattage!

When trying to replace your current light bulb or fixture with an LED product, it is important to get the correct wattage LED product so that it is comparable in light out put with your current light. We have added a small guide below to give some idea of how many watts you would need to replace your existing light bulb or fixture accordingly.

40 Watt Incandescent or Halogen light bulb produces about 400-450 Lumen- LED would equal about 4-6 watts.

60 Watt Incandescent or Halogen light bulb produces about 800 Lumen- LED would equal about 7-10 watts.

100 Watt Incandescent or Halogen light bulb produces about 1600 Lumen- LED would equal about 12-17 watts.

175 Watt Metal Halide or Sodium light bulb produces about 5000 Lumen- LED would equal about 40-50 watts.

250 Watt Metal Halide or Sodium light bulb produces about 7500-9000 Lumen- LED would equal about 60-70 watts.

400 Watt Metal Halide or Sodium light bulb produces about 15000-24000 Lumen- LED would equal about 90-110 watts.

1000 Watt Metal Halide or Sodium light bulb produces about  45000-65000Lumen- LED would equal about 150-300 watts.