Fluorescent Fixtures Fluorescent High Bay Fixtures
Garage / Canopy Fixtures
Lensed Troffers Parabolic Fixtures
Recessed Downlighting Strip Fixtures
Track Lighting Under Cabinet Fixtures

Fluorescent Fixtures
A fluorescent fixture is a lighting fixture that uses a fluorescent lamp. A fluorescent lamp is a low-pressure mercury-vapor gas-discharge lamp that uses fluorescence to produce visible light. A fluorescent lamp converts electrical energy into useful light much more efficiently than incandescent lamps. Fluorescent lamps have a lower energy cost than incandescent lamps.

Fluorescent High Bay Fixtures
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.

Garage / Canopy Fixtures
Canopy lighting can be used as a roofed structure that serves as a sheltered passageway or area. Garage lighting allows for you to find your way in and around your garage or shed with LED lights. Motion sensors can be installed for ease of use. This helps ensure that the space is optimized for projects with bright workstation lighting. Appealing accents are added to the exterior.

LED Lighting
LED lighting is a two-lead semiconductor light source. It is a p-n junction diode, which emits light when activated. When there is a suitable voltage that applies to the leads, electrons are able to recombine with electron holes within the device, releasing energy in the form of photons. LEDs can be used in environmental and task lighting.

Lensed Troffers
A rectangular light fixture that fits into a modular dropped ceiling grid is a lensed troffer. Lensed troffer fixtures are designed to accommodate standard fluorescent lamps. Lensed troffer fixtures are designed with integral LED sources. They are typically recessed and sitting above the ceiling grid. Lensed troffers are available in surface mount ‘boxes’.

Parabolic Fixtures
Parabolic fixtures reduce the glare on computer screens in offices. They create shielding at high angles to reduce glare. Parabolic fixtures can make a room more comfortable and people are able to identify a light source in the room.

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.

Track Lighting
Track lighting is a lighting system in which all of the lights are fitted on tracks, which allows variable positioning. This is opposed to the routing of electrical wiring to individual light positions. Tracks can be mounted to ceilings or walls, lengthwise down beams, or crosswise across rafters or joists. Track lighting can also be hung with rods from high places like vaulted ceilings.

Under Cabinet Fixtures
Under-cabinet lighting is typically added under a cabinet, shelf, or similar surface in order to produce localized lighting on a work service. Under-cabinet lighting can also double as a night light. There are three types of under-cabinet lighting available for residential use in the USA. They are incandescent, fluorescent, or LED. The type of lamp dictates the lamp’s style and performance. This includes the amount of light that it emits, the light’s color, the life of the lamp, and energy use.