LED Lights & Light Fixtures

No matter the type of business you run, you can rely on HomElectrical as your LED light & fixtures superstore. Whether you are the facility manager of a school or warehouse, we can make your lighting maintenance needs easier for you. From high bay fixtures to LED wall lights to LED T8 tubes, we carry it all at discounted wholesale prices!
Illuminate commercial areas with commercial lights and accessories, including LED corn bulbs, strip/tape lights, LED drivers, jelly jar lights, LED linear fixtures, LED panel & troffers, low/high bay light fixtures, exit sign & emergency light, LED tubes,
Illuminate your home or business with a wide variety of ceiling lights, including LED track lights, flush and semi flush mount, pendant lights, chandeliers, and LED downlights.
Brighten your outdoor areas with outdoor lights, including LED flood lights, LED landscape lighting, LED canopy lights, outdoor hanging lights, LED wall packs, LED stadium & sports lights, and much more.

LED Bulbs

Shop HomElectrical’s LED bulbs for lights that shine brighter, last longer, and save energy.

Lighting Sensor

Save energy using lighting sensors from HomElectrical’s selection of lighting sensors, including ceiling mount, high bay, in-wall, outdoor, and Smart occupancy and motion sensors as well as accessory options.

LED Strip Light

Customize almost any space with this wide selection of LED strip lights, tape lights, and more.

Wall Light

Brighten your home with a selection of wall lights, including stylish vanity lights and wall sconces for use in residential and commercial applications.

Lamp Holder & Adapter

Securely fasten your bulbs or convert a bulb base to match a fixture with a selection of lamp holders, including ceiling lamp holders, floodlight lamps holders, and trouble lamp holders, as well as lamp adapters available in multiple base sizes and adapte

Work & Trouble Light

Use work and trouble lights for job sites and hazardous areas for temporary, durable lighting solutions.

Desk Lamp & Task Lights

Brighten a desk, study, or hobby area with a selection of desk and task lamps, available in multiple color options.

Grow Lights

Add supplemental lighting to help your plants grow with horticulture grow lights, available in bulb and fixture options as well as a variety of sizes and styles.

Night Light

HomElectrical can help you subtly light key areas after the sun sets with a night light available with a rocker switch or photocell.
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What are the benefits of LED lights?

Light Emitting Diode (LED) technology has changed lighting as we know it. There are millions of reasons to replace all aging incandescent and HID lamps for energy saving practice. We'll focus on the top 5 reasons:

  • Provides up to 80% energy consumption. This lowers power bills.
  • Lasts up to ten times longer than traditional light bulbs. This lowers upkeep and replacement costs.
  • LEDs emits three times the amount of visible light compared to traditional bulbs.
  • Produces 0% Infra-Red (IR) light. This saves money on cooling costs.
  • Has a lumens maintenance that is roughly 10 times longer than metal halide bulbs.
If you retrofit to LED lights you will not only reduce your power bill, but cut down on your replacement and maintenance costs by as much as ten times. Our customers have seen a return on investment (ROI) in as little as 6 months. What are you going to do with all that extra free time and cash?

Fun fact: You can now recycle your LEDs! This is great for the planet. Recycling helps reduce waste in your community. Contact your local recycling centers for more information about where and how to recycle them.

What should I know before buying LED lighting?

Before buying your LED replacement bulbs, you need to understand the basics of Correlated Color Temperature (CCT), Lumens, Color Rendering Index (CRI), and the equivalent wattage of your current lamp.

Color Temperature - (a.k.a. CCT) is measured in between 1000K to 10000K. Most LED lamps are tuned between 2700K to 6500K. The lower the temp the warmer the light (yellow color). The higher the temp the whiter it is. Anything over 5700K will start emitting into the blue spectrum. The mood of a room is often set by how warmly or coolly the light emits. You are more likely to pick a 2700K to 3000K A19 bulb for your home to set a softer and calmer tone. While you would consider a 4100K to 5000K bi-pin LED T8 tube for your office to raise productivity.

Fun fact: Kelvin is a unit of temperature. The abbreviation K is used in the lighting industry to let you know how much white light is being given off by a bulb. The lower the Kelvin, the more yellow the light appears.

Lumens - Lumen or luminous flux is the true measurement of light being emitted, while wattage is the measurement of power consumed. Therefore, we need to retrain ourselves to buy lights based on the number of lumens and not wattages. The lighting industry has corrected itself and labelled most LED bulbs in terms of lumens.

Color Rendering Index - (also known as CRI) is the measure of a light source's ability to display color in its natural form. 'Natural form' means how a color should look under full sunlight. The CRI reflects a rate of accuracy, so it ranges from 0 to 100. The higher the CRI, the truer the color you see. Most commercial warehouse light fixtures are tuned with a CRI of around 80 because there is little need to make sure that colors appear truest to their actual hue. While a jewelry store or paint body shop will likely select a lamp with a CRI of 90 or higher because color precision matters so much in those kinds of highly visual industries.

Equivalent Wattage - At the end of the day, you just want to know which LED bulb is equivalent to your burnt-out HID lamp. Many times, an LED light fixture still includes wattage numbers of their packaging alongside the number of lumens. To make things even more complicated, not all LED lamps are created equal. Some have better efficacy than others. Not all 100W corn bulbs emit the same lumens just because they’re using 100 watts of power. It is important for you to compare the lumens output and not wattage. If you still want to know what wattage you need, you can follow these basic formulas to estimate the LED wattage equivalent. While these figures aren’t exact, they will get you close to the number you’re looking for.

  • For incandescent bulbs, divide the wattage of your current bulb by 7 or 8.
  • For fluorescent tubes or CFLs, divide the wattage of your current bulb by 2 or 3.
  • For metal halide (MH) lamps, divide the wattage of your current bulb by 3 or 4.
  • For high-pressure sodium (HPS) bulbs, divide the wattage of your current bulb by 2 or 3.

Efficacy - Although we didn’t mention efficacy on our original list, we though it was worth mentioning in order for you to understand wattage equivalent. Efficacy is the number of lumens emitted per watt. For example, a 150-watt LED high bay can be from 15,000 lumens to as high as 28,500 lumens depending on its efficacy. While a 400W HPS bulb will likely just emit about 40000 lumens with only 20000 usable lumens. In basic term, the higher the efficacy, the more efficient that lamp is in producing light. Now we hope you will have a better understand of why not all LED light bulbs are created equal.

Either you are in the market for a flush mounted LED ceiling light or our new popular 2 by 4 LED panel, these basic concepts will guide you in making better decision for your next lighting project.

What does 'LED retrofitting' mean?

Retrofit LED means adapting a LED lamp into existing lighting fixtures. So, if you go buy a new LED BR30 or PAR38 floodlight, take it home, and screw it into your existing fixture, you have successfully completed an LED retrofitting. However, more complex LED retrofit involves by-passing a ballast or removing a transformer before installing a retrofit kit lamp or light engine into the original housing. If you’re unsure about being able to use LED bulbs in your commercial building, just call us and talk to one of our lighting engineers.

What is the difference between ‘LED-Ready’ and a LED Fixture?

Most LED fixtures are integrated with a lighting engine and a driver built in. You simply wire it into the AC line voltage and you are done. While LED-ready fixtures are just the housing without the LED source. You will still need a bulb to light up the room. The benefit of installing an LED-ready fixture is that in the event the light burns out, you only have to replace the lamp and not the entire fixture.

What is tunable LED light?

Some LED fixtures and light bulbs can now be tuned from a warm white (2700K) to daylight white (5000K). Others can change to any RGB color to create the right mood for you. This can be accomplished through a phone app or dip switch. Some are actually smart enough to change colors or turn on and off in rhythm to a song so that you end up with your own light show. How cool is that?

What is ‘DLC listed’?

A DLC (DesignLights Consortium) list is the energy efficient lighting certification for commercial lights. Just think of it as the Energy Star equivalent. The latest certification is known as "DLC 4.x" or "DLC Premium". Why should you care?
  • It is designed with the most efficient components.
  • It meets the strictest requirements imposed by the DesignLights Consortium.
  • For states that offer rebate programs through your utility company - It is more likely that only DLC Premium certified lamps and fixtures qualify.
Please check with your local utility company for more information on rebates.

What is Smart Light?

Do you have one of those friends who likes to show off with his newest toys? Is he able to turn his lights on and off with Alexa? Or, better yet, is he able to set the mood by dimming his lights from his phone? Well, that’s not magic. It’s Smart Light. It’s actually pretty simple.

This is what you need:

  • Smart Light – WIFI Enabled light bulb or fixture.
  • Alternatively, a Smart Light Switch.
  • Smart Hub
Download the app of your smart hub. Connect all the devices through the app. Voila, you too can do all sorts of cool things with your lights.

You can set them to turn on and off randomly or with a set schedule. This is very useful when you are on vacation. Do you know what else is useful when you are on vacation? The ability to control your lights from wherever you are.

Wait…what about Alexa? If you own an Amazon Echo, a Google Home, or even an Apple HomePod, make sure your smart hub of choice is compatible. Most new, reputable smart hub brands have the skills already developed with the Google, Amazon, and Apple ecosystem. Now go set up your smart home, and start to have some fun.

Wait…Did I mention you can also make your lights dance to a tune as well? How cool is that? Stay tuned and we will show you how.

What is the difference between traditional & LED Lighting?

Traditional lighting refers to all lighting technologies prior to LED. The three most common types of traditional lamps used for commercial lighting are:

Incandescent lights – Thomas Edison introduced the first commercial incandescent bulb in 1879. The idea in itself hasn’t changed since then and it’s quite simple. Light is produced by running electricity through a thin piece of tungsten (a.k.a. "filament"). An inert gas is used to keep the filament from catching on fire. As the electricity flows through the filament, it heats up and gives off both light and radiant warmth. With an efficacy of 10 to 17 lumens (lm) / watt (W), it is the most inefficient bulb on the market and has the shortest lifespan. The average lifetime for an incandescent bulb is only 1000 hours. This level of inefficiency is why these bulbs are being phased out worldwide.

Fun fact: As of 2014, 40W and 60W tungsten filament incandescent bulbs are no longer allowed to be produced in the U.S.

Fluorescent bulbs – UV light is created by agitating mercury vapor with an electric current. The UV light then glow a phosphor coating within the bulb to produce visible white light. With an efficacy of 50 to 100 lm/W, it is five times more efficient than incandescent bulbs and has am average lifetime of 10000 hours. They come in two forms: Compact Fluorescent Light (CFL) and tubes. The most common tubes are circular, U-Bent, and linear LED Tubes. The drawback is that it contains hazardous mercury. It also has the tendency to flicker once the ballast starts to fail.

High Intensity Discharge (HID) Lamps – The two most common HID lamps are Metal Halide (MH) and High-Pressure Sodium (HPS) bulbs. Light is produced by an electrical arc between two electrodes housed inside a gas atmosphere. With an efficacy of 75 to 100 lm/W and a lifetime rating of 15000 hrs, it was the most efficient option for high wattage applications. You would often find them in area lights, street lights, and high bays. The drawback is that it takes 5 to 30 minutes for the light to warm up to 100%. As much time is also needed to cool it down to 0%.

LED Light – In the simplest term, electron holes and neutrons are collided with each other to emit light. This is done by applying the right voltage to the two semiconductor plates. With an efficacy as high as 190 lm/W and a lifetime rating of up to 100000 hrs, it is the king of light source. Compare to its ancestor, they are better in every way. Here are the top 10 reasons why LED is the right lighting solution:

  1. No Mercury
  2. Instant On and Off
  3. No Flickering
  4. Minimal to no UV light - Cool-to-the-touch surface
  5. Lumen maintenance is up to 10 times better – Maintain 70% of it’s initial lumens for longer period
  6. Last up to 50 times longer
  7. Efficacy is 11 times more efficient
  8. Dimmable Capable
  9. Tunable to full range of CCT or RGB color
  10. Smart Light Capable

Fun fact: LED stands for Light Emitting Diode. Electron holes are positive charge particle. Neutrons are negative charge particle. Photon is the light particle.

Can I dim LED lights?

Dimmable LEDs are becoming more and more popular. But not all LEDs are dimmable. Keep in mind that not all dimmers are also compatible. If you currently have an incandescent light bulb dimmer, it will not likely work with your new LED lights.

There are two types of LED Dimmers:

  • 3-way Dimmer - Mostly used in residential applications
  • 0-10V dimmer - Mainly used with commercial lighting with higher lumens
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