LED panels are excellent and efficient lighting for any space. They are an ideal replacement for existing fluorescent lamps, which, in addition to being ineffective, do not provide a sufficient level of illumination for a comfortable stay and work. The main advantages of their use are low energy consumption, good quality of light, and control options. Their application is most widespread in offices and business premises, but given the wide choice of dimensions and shapes, they are increasingly being used in households as well.
When choosing a suitable panel, it is first important to know what type of ceiling it is installed on. If it is a suspended ceiling, it is recommended to choose built-in panels, which will blend in with the ceiling. If it is a concrete ceiling, for easier installation, the advice for choosing is a superstructure panel. If you want to enhance the design of the space, we recommend the hanging panel option.
The power of the panel is selected based on the dimensions of the space, depending on the type of space, the activity that takes place in it, and the amount of natural light. Today's LED panels have a wide power range, and with different control options, the power can be adjusted depending on the time of day, weather and activity.

If the panel is intended for offices and business premises, especially if you work on a computer, it is important to take into account the glare factor UGR (engl. Unified Glare Raiting). It represents the ratio between the amount of light provided by the light source itself, and the amount of background light created by the same source. For office spaces, it is recommended to use LED panels and lamps with a UGR factor of less than 16, in order to create a pleasant environment, which will not interfere with work activities and create unpleasant glare.
When choosing the color of the light of the LED panel, in addition to your own preference, you should definitely take into account the purpose of the space, and if it is a business space, do not forget about the recommendation of the norm.
Given that warmer light (around 3000K) is usually characterized as calming and more pleasing to the eye, and relaxing for the eyes and the human body, this color of light promotes a pleasant and positive mood, so lamps with a warmer light color are recommended for households and homes.

Cooler colors of light, more similar to daylight (about 4000K) are recommended for workspaces, offices, schools, retail spaces, hospitals, etc., because they help maintain alertness and concentration, and encourage a more cheerful and active mood. This color of light does not tire the eyes, enables more precise and detailed work and a more pleasant working environment.

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