At Penna Electric, we offer all types of commercial lighting installations, including but not limited to LED High Bay Lighting, Strip Lighting Fixtures, Drop-In T-Bar fixtures, Emergency Lighting including Title 24 Compliance enforced only in California. These fixtures are commonly used in Warehouses, Offices, Retail Stores, and Restaurants. To learn more about the types of lighting we install, continue reading.
LED High Bay Commercial Lighting (UFO Lighting)
LED High bay light fixtures are usually used in spaces with ceiling heights higher than 15-20 feet.These fixtures are most commonly used in open warehouse areas where the illumination can reach to all open areas. UFO type high bay lighting produces high lumens while still being very energy efficient. LED fixtures are replacing old high-pressure sodium halide and fluorescent lighting. The reason for this change is to reduce energy consumption and to meet code requirements. Additionally, these lights offer a longer lasting life – up to 30 years.
High Bay LEDs have an array of LEDs strategically placed in the fixture to give a specific spread of lighting evenly over an area at a 110 Degree Beam Angle. These fixtures range from 13000LM – 42,000LM per fixture depending on the wattage. Various color spectrum is available from 3000k to 5000k. Quality fixtures come with a five year manufacturers warranty. At Penna Electric, we recommend Westgate UFO Lighting Fixtures or LTech.
Low Bay Commercial Lighting (Strip Lighting)
LED Low Bay Lighting Fixtures are usually used when ceiling heights are lower than 20 feet. These fixtures are commonly used in aisle ways when illumination is essential to reading labeling on your inventory. These diffuse the light, cutting down on the harsh reflections that lower ceilings can cause.Although low bay lighting includes UFO lighting fixtures, you may more commonly see low bay lighting as strip lighting.
Emergency Commercial Lighting (Egress Lighting)
Sometimes referred to as egress lighting, emergency lighting is designed to illuminate and identify hallways, stairwells and exits to facilitate a safe and orderly evacuation from a facility. Egress lightingshall be continuousduring the time that the conditions of occupancy require that themeans of egress be available for use, whereas emergency lighting ―shall be provided for a minimumof 1.5 hours in the event of failure of normal lighting.
At Penna Electric we install a combined system that fulfills the coverage andilluminance requirements for both egress and emergency lighting to meet all building codes and Title 24 Compliance.
Exterior Commercial Lighting
Wall Mounted and Rooftop Flood LED Lighting Fixtures
Wall mounted fixtures usually can be found alongside the exterior wall of a building under the eaves of the roof to provide lighting for walkways and parking areas. Rooftop Flood Lighting Fixtures are the same concept but are found mounted on the very edge of the roof also providing light in a much broader area. The installation of each fixture varies and must be installed with timers or photo cells to control the duration of illumination. Proper exterior lighting offers safety from break-ins and predators.
Ready to Hire a Commercial Electrician?
We’re excited to hear you are ready to work on the electrical phase of your project. At Penna Electric, feel comfortable knowing you will be working with the best electricians in the South Bay. The next step is to contact us. Please feel free to call us for immediate assistance or fill out the form below to schedule an appointment. Once your information has been received, you will receive a call from us within 24 hours to book your appointment. There is no obligation to purchase any of our services. Once your appointment has been set, a confirmation email will be sent to your inbox. The day of your appointment, an estimator from our company will meet with you at your project site and conduct a walk through – giving you time to discuss in detail more about your expectations, needs, and ideas. A detailed estimate will then be emailed to you after our visit. A detailed estimate outlining your project will be emailed to you within 48 hours after your meeting. For more complex projects such as commercial remodels, whole home remodels, and design and build projects, please allow up to two weeks to receive an estimate.
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