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Can anyone recommend LED lighting for a garage workshop. They have wall mounted HPS Floodlights at the moment & when the 3 phase compressor cuts in, most go out & restart after a while. I have fitted some LED ones in the past that they have supplied, which failed in 2years or less. I was thinking ufo LED units hanging on ceiling & other Floodlights adjustable angle on perimeter walls. Need to find a reliable solution.Any help with a brand name would be very helpful. Thanks in advance!
 
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Can anyone recommend LED lighting for a garage workshop. They have wall mounted HPS Floodlights at the moment & when the 3 phase compressor cuts in, most go out & restart after a while. I have fitted some LED ones in the past that they have supplied, which failed in 2years or less. I was thinking ufo LED units hanging on ceiling & other Floodlights adjustable angle on perimeter walls. Need to find a reliable solution.Any help with a brand name would be very helpful. Thanks in advance!
Looks like a VD problem Mate, maybe sort the wiring sizes out first before you go spending needlessly, on replacement fittings.
 
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Looks like a VD problem Mate, maybe sort the wiring sizes out first before you go spending needlessly, on replacement fittings.
Yes that is what I told them, but because I had fitted 2 led floodlights in a w/shop near the main intake they are not affected by the voltage drop. They think LED lights are the way forward.
 

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Yes that is what I told them, but because I had fitted 2 led floodlights in a w/shop near the main intake they are not affected by the voltage drop. They think LED lights are the way forward.
That's not really a solution to me just masking the problem. Id explain to them the real problem and proper solutions.
 

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