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Can you suggest a LED lamp works with an overhead cubicle florescent 48" BiPIN fixture?
We do not have LED lighting installed, rather 48 in BiPIN florescent tube light overhead. I want to replace it with full spectrum type lighting because the 'normal' lamps custodial installed are not very acceptable since I'm used to working from home office streaming in natural lighting. The custodian explains the district doesn't provide a 'special' lamp however I'll need to buy it but OK for installation. Is there a smaller package of lamps you'd suggest and will these lamps work in fixtures we have?
Based on the details provided, we might first recommend checking to ensure that the lighting fixtures in your office are compatible with our T8 LED tube lights.
Further, for office lighting, we recommend the 4000K color temperature of the CENTRIC DAYLIGHT™ Full Spectrum Flicker-Free T8 LED Tube Lights, which are available in 4-Packs and offer full-spectrum light output with a CRI of 95.
Occasionally, older fluorescent fixtures utilize electronic ballasts which are incompatible with LED products. Though we do offer illustrated guides for ballast-bypass methods for such fixtures, this process may not be feasible for all office spaces.
That being said, we have attached a link to the list of compatible ballasts below, as well as the instructions for ballast bypass wiring installation.
Tested Ballast List:
T8 LED Tube Installation Guide: https://www.waveformlighting.com/datasheets/UM_4020.pdf
If you would like to purchase a 4-Pack of our T8 LED tube light products to check for compatibility with the fixtures in your office, please know that we are happy to offer a 30-day return policy for all orders.
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