Feit Electric 4' LED Shop Light ======================== This 4ft. LED Shop Light requires no lamps to replace and lasts up to 50000 hours. Perfect for.
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Low-Profile Under-Cabinet Fluorescent Fixture, Steel, 18-3/4 x 3-7/8 x 1-1/2, WE
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HOWL1053: Features: -Number of lights: 4. -Ideal for warehouses, manufacturing, facility, gymnasiums, cafeteria, auditoriums. -Energy saving alternative to HID high bays. -Made in the USA. -UL certified. Category: -Bay Lighting. Product Type: -High Bay. Bulb Type: -Fluorescent/Metal Halide. UL Listed: -Yes. Country of Manufacture: -United States. Finish: -White. Generic Specifications: -Operates on 120-277V AC circuit. -Bulb type: 54W T5 bulb. Dimensions: Overall Height - Top to Bottom: -4.5. Overall Width - Side to Side: -50. Overall Depth - Front to Back: -14. Overall Product Weight: -11.5 lbs.
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I reviewed the Rockler Lights of America 4 ft LED shop light last December, and since then I’ve been looking to replace the rest of my fluorescent lights with LED lights. Because LED lights are brighter, start faster, last longer, and they don’t fragment into thousands of tiny shards when I’m moving wood around the workshop and accidentally hit one. I’ve been eyeing the Feit shop lights and fluorescent replacement tubes at Costco for a while, and recently saw more people touting them on various social media outlets, driving up my interest. I was at Costco a few months ago, spotted the lights, and bought a few to test. The Feit shop light is rated for an output of 3700 lumens, and has a color temperature of 4000K. It is a plug and go product, everything you need is right in the box. You hang the light, plug it in, and turn it on. There’s more talk about color temperature in our Zebralight headlamp review. The Feit fluorescent replacement tubes are rated for an output of 1700 lumens each, with a color temperature of 4100K. No rewiring is necessary — they can be used to replace any 4ft T12 or T8 tube, although the box says the ratings apply to T8... I wanted to see how these two LED options compared to my current fluorescent tube lighting and to the Rockler LED shop light I already have. In order to do so, I created a quick test fixture to make sure I could compare the lights in as close to the same conditions as possible. I created the above test fixture consisting of a table, some clamps, and a white folding poster board. I hung each light so the bulbs were the same distance above the table (30″). Then, for each light I photographed the drill to compare the colors and captured the lux reading on my phone. I used the free Android Lux Meter app on my phone to get a general intensity reading in lux, but without a standard in which to calibrate the app, the lux readings aren’t very accurate. I divided the lux reading for the light under test by the lux reading of the brightest light — the Rockler light. To find the actual watts used and the power factor for each fixture or bulb, I used a Kill-A-Watt. (You can find energy usage monitors for as low as ~$20. ). Since I ran the fluorescent tubes and the LED replacement tubes in one of the 2-bulb T8 fixtures from my shop, the measurements for these tube includes that fixture too. Upper Left: Feit Shop Light Upper Right: Rockler Shop Light Lower Left: Fluorescent Tubes Lower Right: Feit LED Tubes The composite picture gives you an approximation of the color differences among the lights. It’s not a true color representation, but it’s as close as I can get with the equipment I have. Each square is only lit by the light under test. Daylight color temperature is around 5600K. With the white balance set to daylight, warmer illumination, such as a 4000K source, will appear to be yellower, despite appearing “whiter” in person. I set the camera to manual mode, and adjusted the exposure settings so that the resultant photos would be relatively close to the same exposure level. The intent was to show the relative color and illumination spread (if any) differences, and not relative brightness. Color temperature, lumens, and rated wattage are manufacturer specifications. Analysis I do not have the CRI (color rendering index) for any of these lights. (A higher CRI means more accurate colors. I contacted Feit, and they gave me the run around on the phone. So not knowing the CRI for those two lights, I didn’t think it made much sense to try to get the CRI values for the others. In my opinion, the Rockler light gives off the best quality of light — I feel it reproduces color better, but that could also be because the color temperature is in the daylight range. The color of the original fluorescent tubes, the Feit shop light, and the Feit replacement tubes are all pretty similar, but I think the Feit LED replacement tubes have a slightly better color, and the fluorescent tubes have the worst overall color. What is really surprising though is the relative light intensity. The Feit replacement tubes delivered greater illumination intensity.
Fabulous 2 Ingredient Lemon Pudding - 4 Ww Points (vanilla pudding, lemon jello, water)
Bakery Shop Icing (butter, cornstarch, milk, shortening, vanilla extract, sugar)
Black Bottom Banana Cream Pie...light Version (milk, banana, chocolate, cornstarch, eggs, cream cheese, whipped topping, margarine, pastry, salt, salt, semisweet chocolate, sugar, sugar, cocoa powder, vanilla extract)
Chili for the Whole Shop (black beans, celery seed, chili beans, chili powder, corn, cumin, tomato, red pepper, garlic powder, hot sauce, turkey sausage, olive oil, onion powder, paprika, black pepper, pinto beans, tomato juice, water)
All Season 4 ft. 2-Light Grey T8 Strip Fluorescent Shop Light
Lithonia Lighting offers this UL listed All Season Shop Light Grey Strip Fluorescent for use in garages and work areas requiring additional task lighting.
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