LED Outdoor Lighting

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What is outdoor lighting?

YouLumi manufacturer Outdoor lighting includes various lamps that solve and improve the safety of external homes. In addition, these outdoor lighting fixtures highlight the landscape and architecture at night and come in various styles and finishes.

Are LED lights suitable for outdoor use?

LED lights are very suitable for outdoor use. In fact, YOULUMI’s outdoor LED lighting is perfect for adding extra security to your surroundings. Not only can LEDs reduce energy costs by up to 90%, but they also produce brighter and more uniform light than traditional similar products

How long can LED outdoor lights last?

LED outdoor lights can usually be used for 20 years. This means no replacement for 20 years, saving you and your customers countless times and money. All of YOULUMI’s LED lights have undergone third-party quality testing, which means that when we say that the lights will last more than 100,000 hours, we are serious. On the other hand, traditional lighting needs to be replaced every 2-3 years, which makes it a more costly and efficient option.

Guide to buying outdoor lighting!

If you are looking for outdoor LED lighting, you have come to the right place. From LED space lights to LED work lights and LED high bay lights, YOULUMI has everything. External lighting fixtures help provide greater visibility and safety for many different applications. Whether it is your porch or terrace, they can help you feel safer and more comfortable at night and make your home better. To help you find what you need, we divide the menu into popular outdoor categories, such as LED space lights, LED work lights, and LED high bay lights. Spoiler alert: They are all quality tested and guaranteed to work as expected.

Almost all of YOULUMI’s lighting products have passed ETL quality certification, and you can get a 3- to 5-year warranty, giving you more peace of mind.

1.Lumens of outdoor lighting illustration comparing the lumen output and wattage of different types of bulbs.

Lumen is a measure of light output or brightness. The more lumens, the brighter the bulb. The difference between lumens and wattage is that watts are a measure of the amount of electricity a light bulb consumes—or the energy in light.

The amount of lumens required for outdoor lighting depends on the area you want to illuminate. When you buy outdoor lamps and look for brightness, compare lumens instead of wattage. A standard 100-watt bulb produces approximately 1,600 lumens.

The first thing you should do is to determine the square footage of the area you want to illuminate. Do this by multiplying the length by the width. Then determine the number of foot candles by room type. For reference, there are usually online charts that contain this information. Once you have this number, multiply it by your square feet and this is the number of lumens you need. For example, if space is 100 square feet and requires 30-40 foot candles, then you will need 3,000-4,000 lumens.

2.Optimal color temperature for outdoor lighting

The color temperature of the lighting is measured on the Kelvin (K) temperature scale, which refers to how cold or warms the lighting looks. The Kelvin scale ranges from warm to cool. A lower Kelvin number is warmer under yellow light, and a higher Kelvin number is colder under blue or white light.

3.Precautions for outdoor lighting

The Dark Sky Movement is a product of the International Dark-Sky Association (IDA), an organization dedicated to reducing light pollution and minimizing the negative impact of artificial light on nature. You may notice that some outdoor lighting fixtures are classified as dark night and have a good neighbor seal on the packaging.

IDA is responsible for the luminaire approval seal procedure, which judges how friendly the luminaire is to nature. This group considers glare, deep shadows, light intrusion (the amount of light escaping from a predetermined area), sky glow (the amount of unnatural light that floods our sky at night), and the impact on the natural world (including sea turtle egg-laying, migratory bird chaos, and unnatural light). Regular growth cycle).

Smart lighting—or lighting that only emits light where needed—is essential because it minimizes the amount of light spilling into unnecessary spaces. These fixtures are marked with Good Neighbor or IDA seals.
Another way to reduce light pollution is to install dusk to dawn lamps. The luminaire uses light sensors to determine the time of day and only runs at night.