How many lumens do I need for garage lights?
This is a frequently asked question because you want and need to have good lighting for your garage even if you only use it to store things or repair your car.
We recommend different power according the ceiling height of your shop or building. For 7 to 13 feet we recommend 100 to 110 watt, 14 to 17 feet we recommend 150 to 160 watt, 18 to 20 feet we recommend 200 to 220 watt and for 21 feet or more we recommend 250 to 320 watt. You are able to use the light, power and amount of lumens you want but you will need to aware because if you use a higher power could affect or hurt people’s eyes. We want to bring you the best service and experience that is why we run simulations or make a layout for your building or shop and we will help you telling you how many lights you will need, the spacing for each light, the wattage we recommend and if it is the case the color tempertature, but this last one is according your preference, a picture showing you how your building or shop will look with those lights and the amount of foot candles on the surfaces.
We have different series and you will see some features of our lights and these are: Hyperlite LED High Bay Light Black Hero and Radar Series 100 watts with 14000 Lumens, 150 watts with 21000 Lumens, 200 watts with 28000 Lumens and 250 watts with 35000 each of these Lights has 140 Lumens per watt. Hyperlite LED High Bay Light White Hero Series with power of 60 watts with 8100 Lumens, 100 watts with 13500 Lumens, 150 watts with 20250 Lumens, 200 watts with 27000 and 250 watts with 33750 Lumens each of these Lights has 135 Lumens per watt. Hyperlite LED Linear High Bay Light Will series with power of 110 watts with 14300 lumens, 160 watts with 20800 lumens, 220 watts with 28600 and 320 watts with 41600 lumens. Hyperlite LED High Bay Light Saturn Series with power of 250 watts with 35000 Lumens. Measure your garage to determine your true light output needs. The Illuminating Engineering Society (IES) Lighting Handbook recommends 50 lumens (a measure of light output) per square foot in residential garages and 300 lumens per square foot in workshop areas.