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arcticcat522
01-24-2022, 09:09 PM
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This looks like what I have. 8 - 4' ones. In Brentwood if you want to see the light they put out. If I did it again, I might have gone with the 8', but there is still lots of light.

littledan
01-24-2022, 09:16 PM
interesting. I did not link these together, I wired up separate boxes for each fixture and hardwired them with a wall switch controlling all the fixtures. So I haven't had any phantom glow since there's no power to the fixtures when switch is off. I will keep an eye on them but so far all 4 that I installed are still going strong after a year. I did buy 2 extra fixtures as backups in case one shits the bed so I could have matching fixtures if that happens.

brucebanner
02-04-2022, 02:11 PM
benyl - asked my FIL what they put in their new build and he went off a recommendation from the electrician doing the work.

https://www.turolight.com/en/products/led-fixtures/commercial-highbay-linear/ssl-lhb2135w40unvacd

Garage is super bright with these, I can't remember how many he put in but it's an oversized triple attached and it's very bright.

schurchill39
02-04-2022, 02:46 PM
If anyone is looking for lights like that but at a lumen level for inside the house I've got eight 2x2 LED lights that the previous home owner bought for the basement but never installed. I've going all pot lights so I want these sucka's gone.

Inzane
02-10-2022, 07:20 PM
I still have trouble finding BR20 or R20 LED bulbs. PAR20 is everywhere though.
I just donít get itÖ. :dunno:

88CRX
02-12-2022, 09:57 AM
ok. Looks like I have to source better ones. The costco reviews are pretty bad. but then again, the return policy is worth it.

We have those Costco Artika lights in our garage and zero problems.
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ZenOps
04-18-2022, 02:41 PM
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Phillips 210 lumens per watt warm white. Seems to be introduced for European voltages first, but will probably make it to North america soon enough.