Making the switch to commercial LED lighting has never been easier, and provides instant, measurable benefits in lower maintenance costs, reduced power consumption and improved lighting levels. Most of our products are designed and manufactured in the UK and carry a full five-year warranty.
Our interior lighting collection includes LED solutions for industrial use (as low bay lighting, high bay lighting or internal flood lighting) and for commercial premises, such as offices, shops and hotels. The BRIGHTON S lighting units include the latest LED technology, providing unrivaled efficiency and value for money, while the Modena is a universal fit downlight – providing the perfect replacement for existing fluorescent lighting.
You might like to explore some of our recent projects – LED Factory Lighting, Sports Hall Lighting, Swimming Pool Lighting, LED Lighting for Schools, LED Office Lighting and LED Warehouse Lighting or browse all of our LED Lighting Projects.
Earlsmann is a specialist manufacturer and supplier of commercial LED lighting solutions and works with the professional lighting industry to develop lighting for all commercial applications – including street lights, low bay lighting, high bay lighting, canopy lighting and floodlights. All our LED lighting products have a service life up to 50,000 hours, reducing maintenance and replacement costs. They’re also highly efficient, cutting your energy bills and helping you to achieve your carbon reduction targets.Our range includes LED lighting for both internal and external use, and is complemented by our emergency LED lighting kits, a comprehensive selection of replacement products and our bespoke lighting design service.
LED power saving – a brief explanation
It is difficult to directly compare the lumen output from an LED light with traditional lamps due to the way they emit light. LED efficacy is around 65-90 lumens per Watt, while a compact fluorescent (CFL) is 50-70 lumens per Watt. This suggests that, Watt for Watt, they are similar – in other words, 25 Watts of LED gives the same output as a compact fluorescent lamp (CFL) (around 1750 lumens).
However, the LED is very directional and, typically, the output is at 120o. A CFL output is 360o and relies on reflectors to get the light where required. Typically, this can mean a 15 Watt LED source producing around 1000lm will appear as bright at the working surface as a 25/30 Watt CFL. Light level at the working surface is measured in Lux. It is the Lux level, therefore, rather than the lumen output, which is the most reliable comparison.
Many of our LED lighting products are manufactured in the UK and include a full five-year guarantee. If required, we can also provide finance and leasing for up to five years, covering initial set-up costs so you can start enjoying the savings straight away. Options include DALI controls, motion sensors and emergency functions. Please give our team a call if you’d like full photometric data for any of our LED lighting units.
Standardisation – IESNA LM80 and TM21
With so many manufacturers and suppliers of commercial LED lighting, it has become increasingly difficult to make comparisons between all the claims about different parameters such as life, colour stability, light output etc. A new standard, LM80 TM21, has been introduced to make comparison easier. LED manufacturers are now starting to test to this standard so it is wise to read through the test report before selecting. LM80 TM21 makes no reference to temperature control – get in touch with us today to ask about how our LED modules have built-in self regulation to ensure the maximum operating temperature is notexceeded.