High Bays
High bay fixtures are used in very high areas and they provide well-distributed and uniform light for open areas. The key element of the fitting helps to guarantee that correct light output is the reflectors and optics used by the fitting. High bays can light vertical surfaces as well as illuminating the floor or working plane. Lighting verticals is important when dealing with warehouses where items are required to be picked from a shelf.

Low Bays
Low bay lighting works in the same way as high bay as it provides well-distributed and uniform light for open areas. The key element of the fitting helps to guarantee the correct light output is the reflectors and the optics used by the fitting. Low bays will be best suited to lower mounting heights. The main difference will be in the lamp types selected and the types of reflectors and optics used.

Recessed Downlighting
Recessed downlighting is sometimes referred to as a can light. It is a light fixture that can be installed into a hollow opening in a ceiling. When installed, it appears to have a light shining from a hole in the ceiling. This concentrates the light in a downward direction as a broad floodlight or a narrow spotlight. The three parts to recessed lighting are housing, trim and bulb.

Strip Fixtures
A strip fixture is a multi-circuit stage lighting instrument. Strip fixtures are the most basic types of lighting fixtures available. They consist of row lamps. A single strip light is usually wired internally into either 3 or 4 circuits. Each internal circuit consists of several lamps that are evenly spaced within the unit. Now days, LED strip fixtures are becoming more common.

A troffer is a rectangular light fixture that fits into a modular dropped ceiling grid (i.e. 2’ by 2’ or 2’ by 4’). Troffer fixtures have been designed to accommodate standard fluorescent lamps (T12, T8, or T5), but they are now often designed with integral LED sources. Troffers are typically recessed sitting above the ceiling grid, but they are also available in surface mount ‘boxes’.

Washdown/Wet Location
Shower location lights are placed in an exterior or interior location that is subjected to condensation of moisture in, on, or adjacent to, electrical equipment and includes partially protected locations. Wet locations are locations in which water or other liquid can drip, splash or flow on or against electrical equipment. A wet location fixture is constructed to prevent the accumulation of water on live parts, electrical components or conductors that are not identified for use in contact with water.