|Address||Brooks, AB T1R1C7
|For Sale By||Owner|
|Type||Other Fans & Lighting|
I'm selling these LED light fixtures. They are awesome for shops, garages, barns, basements, closets, under counter, even for in enclosed trailers.I now carry shorter lengths for doing under counter lighting, tray ceilings or any other accent lighting. Each bulb comes with a pigtail (which you'll have lots extra cause you only use one per every 4-16 bulbs, a butt connector for putting them in line, 2 metal clips, and a butt plug for the end of a line
-You can run up to 16 off a single wire connection. (32 when wired 240v)
-64 of them took me a matter of 2 hours to install in my building and draw only 9 amps (5 cents an hour to run)
-They only use 18 watts per 48" bulb but make twice the light of a fluorescent.
-Instant on at any temperature (even -40)
-For comparision sake, a fluorescent bulb lasts around 5,000 hours, ballast is 10,000 hours and these last 50,000 hours.
-SMD 2835 LED chipset, rated at 120 lumen per watt these are one of the most efficeint LED's available.
-Thousands sold with zero negative feedback, just a slough of return buyers and referrals.
-Cost analysis available to show real life energy savings
-3 year unconditional warranty, simply give me the faulty bulb and I will replace it free of charge.
Feel free to call with any questions. I would recommend running 1 bulb per every 50 sq ft or area, small or odd shapes may require more. I am now introducing a more graduated pricing schedule as follows.
10-49 bulbs $30 each
50-99 bulbs $28 each
100+ bulbs $25
-6000k temp cool 4' frosted lens
-6000k temp cool 4' clear lens
-5000k temp natural light 4' frosted lens
-5000k temp natural light 4' clear lens
-6000k temp cool 12" and 24" frosted lens
-Pigtails that plug directly into the bulb with a 120volt plug in end (these are extra and $10 each)
-Pigtails that connect a light row to a screw in light socket
(perfect for installing in a building that has screw in fixtures- zero wiring. These are extra and $10 each)
-Pigtails that allow connecting two bulbs at a distance and allow turning corners or going over conduit or other obstacles
-39", 60" and 78" Pigtails for connecting bulbs at a distance or going over beams or whatnot. Also handy for when you want to start a row and don't have a power junction nearby ($10 each)
120v Dimmable now available $40 each
12v DC now available $40 each
Blacklight now available $40 each
Coloured now available $40 each
I also carry a 25 watt (3250 lumen) version of the same light, although not necessary for excellent light intensity, these lights have their place. For large shops they allow farther spacing between light rows, for commercial store fronts and offices they give the extra intensity needed for lighting an area in the daytime. Base price is $40 per light with the same volume discounts as the regular ones.
Here’s an example comparing 18 and 25 watt versions. My shop for instance uses 4 rows of 12 in 18 watt. It would use 3 rows of 12 in 25 watt. My shop has 18ft ceilings, I wouldn’t recommend widening the spacing with the HO (25w) lights in a ceiling less than 12’. If you want a more intense light that’s fine, but you shouldn’t really use less of them.
48 18w lights at $30 each is $1440
36 25w lights at $40 each is $1440
48 18w lights use 864 watts
36 25w lights use 900 watts
48 18w lights make 103680 lumens
36 25w lights make 117000 lumens
Now, 4 rows will be easier to look at and give better coverage (less shadows), but 3 rows of HO are actually more light. 3 rows would be less wiring, but you can run more 18w lights per row.
It is often best to consult me in aiding your decision as to which light is better for you.
Example- I recently sold some to a fella renting a bay for his woodworking. Being a renter he did not want to replace the land lords lighting on his dime and have to leave it there when he leaves, he installed these lights without removing the fluorescents, this is the optimal real world comparison. His 8-8' bulbs draw 640 watts total, he used 18 of these bulbs which draw 360 watts. Picture 7 and 8 show each lighting in his shop. I did my best to not allow my phone to counter act the ambient lighting and even with that it is much more impressive in person. This also gives an excellent example of what a typical retrofit would look like.
Example #2- business related. One of the many local places. I installed these is our auction house in town. In an area 60'x80' I replaced a bunch of old failing fluorescents. Operating 10 hours a day, 5 days a week figuring 5 cents per kWh, their lights were costing them $124 per month! That's not counting the statistical light failure rate of 1 every 20 days. What I put in is costing them $19 a month and should give them many many years of zero maintenance. Their wireless bidding system also works smoother with less interference interruptions. Time is money
I am based out of Brooks AB, I frequently ship these via greyhound very successfully. Something to think about when considering LED retrofits is your CSA approval, these are approved and because they are their own fixture the approval is valid. When you replace a fluorescent and remove the ballast you lose the CSA spec. There was actually a building that burned down a while back and was declined insurance on these grounds.
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