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  • Level 18  
    Hello!
    I have a question for you because I need lamps for a large workshop.
    Height is 8 m, width is 14 m, and the length is about 35 m. Beams on which lamps are supposed to have a gap of 7 m and I want some 3 LED lamps on these beams, strong. The garage has no windows, etc. ... it's dark. Will someone flash what lamps would do the job?
  • Level 21  
    Hello, colleague. I've also recently armed my garage with lighting. I also cared for LED lighting. After thinking and calculating the power consumed by the lamps to the amount of light generated, I decided, however, for fluorescent lamps. It is true that I have an ordinary small garage of 15m2. Maybe there are some cool led lamps that are efficient, but I only suggest.
  • Moderator Electricians
    I do not know if I understood the outline of the room well, but with such dimensions and proposed location, for LEDs it will be quite ... dark.

    More expensive solutions will not be returned.

    Below is a simulation for LED luminaires, substitutes for traditional fluorescent lamps for a colleague of the idea.
    What LED lamps for the garage? What LED lamps for the garage? What LED lamps for the garage?
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  • Level 18  
    Fluorescent lamp can not be there, because it is too high, and I would put it in the last resort on the sides
    It will be a workshop, but so far you can say the shed like the floor after pouring out, everything will be covered with sheet metal so it will be dark.
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    What LED lamps for the garage? What LED lamps for the garage? What LED lamps for the garage?

    I was also thinking about the 3rd one in the middle and two on the sides. 3 50w led lamps would give advice? On one rafter?
    The entire installation of the new footbridge, so as to make it meet the standards.
  • Moderator Electricians
    Developers wrote:
    Fluorescent lamp can not be there, because it is too high, and I would put it in the last resort on the sides

    I do not understand what can not be done? What point?
    Developers wrote:
    It will be a workshop

    This requires at least 300 lux of general lighting and possibly additional work lighting.
    Developers wrote:
    3 50w led lamps would give advice? on one rafter?

    If you do not want to have eyes, that's enough.
  • Level 32  
    If the roof will not be insulated, it is begged to replace the boards (a few) with a transparent one and illuminate the interior with natural light. Wooden doors can also be punctured.
  • Moderator Energetycy
    Developers wrote:
    The entire installation of the new footbridge, so that as something to meet the standards

    By the way, I think that (apart from lighting) the rest of the installation does not meet the standard.