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Uses of Panel Light

  • Update:13-06-2016
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    As a matter f fact, without drop ceiling panel lights, […]

    As a matter f fact, without drop ceiling panel lights, offices would have to spend a lot more money on light fixtures. However, thanks to this great feature of a dropped ceiling, lighting can be incorporated right into the ceiling without any hassle. Usually, a florescent bulb is placed above a translucent panel, which allows light through. Coming in several shapes and sizes, drop ceiling light panels are a versatile weapon in your home or office lighting arsenal.

    As you know, these panels are commonly used in kitchens, offices, schools, residences, workrooms, etc. If you’ve got a workroom, you’ll need plenty of light to complete your project. Florescent lighting is great for remaining alert and allowing you to see what you need done. Colored panels can also be a fun addition.

    On the other hand, when needing to light a large area, light panels can also be a good option. It’s recommended to have 4 of these panels to light a 75 square foot area, so a few lights can really go a long way. In addition, light panels don’t need regular dusting like light fixtures do. Dust building up in light fixtures can inflame employee allergies, hurting productivity. That’s why light panels can actually be good for employee health.

    Another great attribute of these lights is the flexibility you have with them. For example, what if a whole clusters of employees is moved to a poorly lit part of the office? This will be no problem, because you can easily install or move existing light panels over to the ill-lit section.

    In addition, some light panels are more than just light panels. They can be made to resemble the outdoors, or a skylight. This can boost employee morale by giving them the fun of a skylight right in the middle of the office.

    Other custom light panels are made for improved energy efficiency, such as those that burn at a lower heat to reduce energy consumption. Others are designed to run at a low brightness level, to reduce the glare you’d get on a computer or television screen.

    In a word, drop ceiling panel lights are lightweight, functional, and customizable. Unless you run a luxury building , there is probably a panel light out there to meet your needs. Shop around a little and you should find the right one for you.

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