Warehouse Lighting Fixtures - Jarvis Lighting

Application Guide

Warehouse Lighting Fixtures

Shop energy-efficient warehouse lighting fixtures at Jarvis Lighting. Our LED high bay lights and linear fixtures provide bright and reliable illumination for your space, improving safety and productivity. Browse our collection for quality lighting solutions for your warehouse.

LED Linear High Bay Light White HBL-A Series
Warehouse Lighting Fixtures
Wattage Range: 80-220W
Lumens Range: 12,000-33,000lm
The HBL-A series is a dependable and affordable solution for a wide variety of high bay lighting applications including replacing HID and linear fluorescent high bay lights. Featuring optics specifically...

LED Linear High Bay Light White HBL-A Series

LED Round High Bay Black A51-A Series - Dim-to-Off
Warehouse Lighting Fixtures
Wattage Range: 100-240W
Lumens Range: 15,000-36,000lm
An LED light perfect for industrial, manufacturing, or commercial settings. This A51-A series is designed for a wide variety of lighting needs and can be used for many locations.

LED Round High Bay Black A51-A Series - Dim-to-Off

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LED Round High Bay Black A51-A Series - Dimming Only
Warehouse Lighting Fixtures
Wattage Range: 100-240W
Lumens Range: 15,000-36,000lm
An LED light perfect for industrial, manufacturing, or commercial settings. This A51-A series is designed for a wide variety of lighting needs and can be used for many locations.

LED Round High Bay Black A51-A Series - Dimming Only

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LED Linear Strip Light LSL2 Series
Warehouse Lighting Fixtures
Wattage Range: 24-64W
Lumens Range: 3,120-8,525lm
This linear strip light fixture has a wide 120° beam angle which allows for an excellent solution for low bay lighting applications. This product is designed to replace existing fluorescent...

LED Linear Strip Light LSL2 Series

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SRK Series LED Linear Strip Retrofit Luminaire
Warehouse Lighting Fixtures
Wattage Range: 24-40W
Lumens Range: 3,120-5,205lm
This sleek linear strip retrofit kit is compatible with many linear fluorescent light fixtures, including T8 and T12 fixtures. Built for lighting fast installations, its unique design creates bright even...

SRK Series LED Linear Strip Retrofit Luminaire

SRK-N Series LED Linear Strip Retrofit Luminaire
Warehouse Lighting Fixtures
Wattage Range: 24-40W
Lumens Range: 3,120-5,205lm
The Jarvis SRK-N Series LED Linear Strip Retrofit is a sleek, adjustable, and energy-efficient solution for upgrading existing HID and fluorescent fixtures. It features a durable stamped steel housing, a...

SRK-N Series LED Linear Strip Retrofit Luminaire

LED Linear High Bay Light White HBL-DCH Series
Warehouse Lighting Fixtures
Wattage Range: 80-220W
Lumens Range: 12,000-33,000lm
Introducing the Jarvis HBL-DCH Series LED Linear High Bay, a versatile and energy-efficient lighting solution. With adjustable color temperature and wattage options, this high-performance fixture offers 150 lm/w efficacy and...

LED Linear High Bay Light White HBL-DCH Series

Warehouse Lighting

Warehouse lighting is essential for industrial spaces, ensuring visibility, productivity, and safety. These lighting systems cater to unique needs like loading, unloading, and inventory management. Energy-efficient LED lights, smart control systems, and motion sensors contribute to performance and cost-effectiveness. High-quality warehouse lighting improves operations, reduces costs, and creates a comfortable work environment.

Best Practices

Design a well-planned warehouse lighting layout

  • - Consider ceiling height: Higher ceilings require more powerful fixtures to ensure adequate light levels in the warehouse.
  • - Account for work area size: Factor in the size and shape of the warehouse when determining the number and placement of fixtures.
  • - Address task-specific warehouse lighting needs: Provide focused, higher-intensity lighting for tasks requiring precision, such as inspection or assembly areas.

Best Practices

Minimize glare and shadows in warehouse lighting

  • - Use fixtures with diffusers or lenses to distribute light evenly and reduce harsh glare in the warehouse.
  • - Install indirect warehouse lighting, such as suspended fixtures that bounce light off walls or ceilings, to minimize shadows.
  • - Arrange fixtures strategically to avoid creating shadows or glare from machinery, equipment, or storage racks in the warehouse.

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Implement warehouse lighting controls

  • - Use occupancy sensors to turn warehouse lights on and off based on activity in specific areas, conserving energy.
  • - Install daylight harvesting sensors to adjust artificial warehouse lighting levels based on available natural light.
  • - Implement a networked control system for centralized management and scheduling of warehouse lighting based on operational needs.

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Opt for color temperature and color rendering index (CRI) appropriate for warehouse tasks

  • Select a color temperature between 4000K and 5000K for general warehouse lighting, as this range mimics natural daylight and promotes alertness.
  • Choose warehouse lighting fixtures with a CRI of 80 or higher to ensure accurate color representation and visibility, particularly in inspection or quality control areas.

Frequently Asked Questions

The best color temperature for warehouse lighting is between 4000K and 5000K. This range of color temperatures produces a cool white light that is ideal for warehouse environments. Cool white light helps to reduce eyestrain and create a productive work environment.

The best lumen output for warehouse lighting depends on the size of the warehouse and the type of products being stored. For a small warehouse with low ceilings, a lumen output of 50 lumens per square foot may be sufficient. For a large warehouse with high ceilings, a lumen output of 100 lumens per square foot may be necessary.

There are several ways to save money on warehouse lighting, including:

  • - Using energy-efficient lights, such as LED lights.
  • - Installing motion sensors to turn lights off when they are not in use.
  • - Using dimmers to reduce light levels when they are not needed.
  • - Maintaining lights regularly to keep them operating at peak efficiency.

Consider illumination level, energy efficiency, lighting uniformity, color rendering index (CRI), lifespan, and fixture durability. Also, factor in maintenance costs, controls integration, and adherence to relevant regulations.

LED high bay fixtures are the ideal choice for warehouses, providing even illumination. Consider ceiling height, activity type, DLC certification, adjustable beam angles, and lighting controls.

Yes, there may be regulations or guidelines that need to be followed when upgrading warehouse lighting. For example, some municipalities or states have energy codes or standards that mandate certain lighting levels or energy efficiency requirements for commercial buildings. Additionally, OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) has guidelines for workplace lighting to ensure safe working conditions. It's important to research and comply with any applicable regulations or guidelines when upgrading warehouse lighting to avoid penalties and ensure the safety and efficiency of the space.

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