LED light panels (short for "light emitting diode") hav […]
LED light panels (short for "light emitting diode") have a large number of advantages over the traditional types of lighting that are commonly used in commercial environments. For one thing, these types of products feature luminescent and uniform backlighting. If you've ever looked at a sign outside of a store and saw that one portion was noticeably brighter or dimmer than another, what you are seeing is a backlight uniformity issue. The sign generally gives off the appearance of being of low quality or having been made using improper materials or techniques, even if the light itself was expensive. Thanks to the types of technology used during the creation of LED light panels, they don't have these types of disadvantages. Another major advantage is that they are heavily customizable and have a nearly limitless number of applications.
In order to get started creating your own custom LED light panel, there are a few key factors that you're going to have to consider. For starters, you're going to want to examine the area where the LED light panel will go and take very precise measurements. When you choose lighting solutions that are powered using different types of technology, you are typically limited heavily when it comes to size. You may have three or five different sizes to choose from, but none of them will be custom designed for the area that you're actually working with. Nevertheless, because LED light panels naturally lend themselves to custom sizes, you can get a panel created to your exact specifications as needed. In order to make sure that you're getting a panel that will look as good as possible inside or outside of your business, however, you're going to want to take very precise measurements.
You'll also want to consider the color temperature that you want to use with your custom LED light panel. LED technology naturally lends itself to color temperatures between 2700K and 9000K. The environment that you plan on installing the device in will directly impact the color temperature that you choose. If you were planning on installing your custom LED panel in a brightly lit area, for example, you wouldn't want to use the same color temperature as you would if the same device were going into a small, dark corner of your business.
You'll also want to choose a type of custom LED light panel to best fit your needs. Edge-lit light panels, for example, feature edge lighting for increased brightness. LED light panel for ceiling type fixtures are also available depending on the configuration of your business. Acrylic edge lit LED panels with snap frames are also available.