There are three standard sizes of LED troffer lights available, 1x4, 2x2, and 2x4. Selecting the proper size depends on the size of space and how widespread the light output needs to be for proper illumination. LED troffer fixtures are a very popular choice for commercial applications because they deliver efficient, even lighting to large spaces without causing eye strain and fatigue. With uniform light dispersion, ensures every inch of the space is lit up without glare or unwanted shadows.
LED troffer lights also come in several different designs that include volumetric, prismatic and parabolic, with multiple options to select from to meet the lighting needs each space may have. You can also choose your color temperature, dimmable or non-dimmable, and more from our extensive selection of these LED fixtures. Input voltages range from 120 to 480 volts, so you can find the right fixture that is compatible with your lighting system. With these various designs and wattages available, makes LED troffer lights a very popular lighting solution in applications such as commercial buildings, offices, schools, hospitals, libraries and more.
What are LED Troffer Lights?
LED troffer lights are fixtures that are laid into a ceiling grid to illuminate indoor spaces. They can also be surface mounted or suspended as well with the appropriated mounting hardware.
Where are LED Troffer Lights used?
LED troffer lights are typically used in commercial applications such as classrooms, conference rooms, hospitals, offices and retail spaces. Here are some examples of where these fixtures can be used:
What are the different types of LED Troffer Lights?
LED troffer lights are available in three sizes, 1 foot by 4 foot (1x4), 2 foot by 2 foot (2x2) and 2 foot by 4 foot (2x4). These varying sizes allow for flexible installation in ceiling grids. The 1x4 and 2x2 sizes are designed to easily fit into tight or narrow spaces, whereas 2x4 sizes are more appropriate for larger, more open areas.
LED troffers also use different diffusers or lenses such as baskets and parabolic louvers to control brightness and glare to provide evenly distributed light. They can help provide direct lighting (down towards the floor) or indirect lighting (up towards the ceiling) from the fixture.
What are the benefits of LED Troffer Lights?
There are many benefits you'll get with LED troffer lights. Unlike comparable fluorescent options, they come on instantly when power up and do not flicker. Also, LED does not generate as much heat as fluorescents and the light output does not degrade over time. They are significantly more efficient and have a much longer useful life.