LED wraparound fixtures come in three different size options: 2-foot, 4-foot and 8-foot lengths. These wraparound lights come in a variety of color temperatures and lumen outputs. If you're searching for a light output that is warm and welcoming, LED wraparound lights with a 3000 Kelvin or less would be the most appropriate. Applications such as work areas where alertness and productivity are very important, higher Kelvin temperatures like 4000K and 5000K are the best solution. Many LED wrap light fixtures can even be dimmed with compatible dimmers, creating extra energy savings.
The great thing about LED surface wrap fixtures is that they are suitable for almost any area in residential or commercial applications. These fixtures are UL listed and meet the latest building and safety standard for installation in garages, high-occupancy domiciles, stairwells and other commercial utility applications. LED wrap fixtures are designed to provide you with up to 50,000 hours of lamp life, helping to reduce maintenance costs. Most have manufacturer's warranties good for five years.
What are LED Wrap Fixtures?
LED wrap fixtures are linear lights with a one-piece lens that wraps the fixture, which helps to diffuse the light output. They provide light from the sides and bottom of the fixture for all around illumination.
Where are LED Wrap Fixtures used?
LED wrap fixtures can be used in a variety of locations throughout a home or business. Typically, most wrap fixtures are designed for indoor use only, so they should not be used in areas where water or moisture could be present. Some applications of where these fixtures are commonly used include offices, hallways, laundry rooms and basements. Here are some more examples of where LED wrap fixtures are used:
What are the different types of LED Wrap Fixtures?
LED wrap fixtures come in two basic styles, narrow base and wide base, and come in 2-foot, 4-foot and 8-foot lengths. The narrow base style are designed with a tapering profile, making it ideal for use in areas such as corridors and stairwells. The wide base style are designed with a semi-recessed profile, making them more suitable for large indoor spaces like offices. Both styles of wrap fixtures are designed to accept LED tubes, or are already integrated with LED arrays.
What are the benefits of LED Wrap Fixtures?
There are many benefits you'll get with LED wrap fixtures. 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.