Why choose Bright Light L.E.D.?

We're the FIRST in the U.S. with Made-in-America 200W & 300W Industrial High Bays

  • Bright Light LED is the first in the United States to offer Made-in-America 200w & 300w LED High BaysCutting-edge L.E.D. technology
  • Very competitively priced
  • UL and ETL listed;
    Energy Star Partner
  • Environmentally friendly: no toxic mercury gas or phosphorous coating; fully-recyclable solid state components
  • Safe: no UV emissions; no glass to break; no eye strain from flickering
  • Modular design capability: fully customizable colors, power, beam angle, distribution patterns, bases
  • Cost-effective: up to 90% savings on lighting portion of electric bill; 30% savings on AC load
  • Full technical & customer support via phone, e-mail, & on site visits
  • Constantly improving product performance & quality

Why Go With LED Lighting?

LED lighting offers excellent light quality for both indoor and outdoor solutions, whether residential, commercial, or public. Most LED consumer product solutions are as easy to install as replacing a light bulb.

What is an L.E.D.?

An L.E.D. (light emitting diode) is essentially a silicon-wrapped aluminum chip, which is impregnated with an anode and a cathode. Electric current is passed through the chip, releasing light energy, called electro luminescence. Based on the alloys in the chip, color and brightness can be dictated. LED light is truly a solid state light, as there are no toxic gases, no fragile filaments, and no moving parts to fatigue and fail.

Quality of Light

LEDs have an unparalleled even spectrum of light over a lifespan of over 5-10 years, without suffering degradation, discoloration, or flicker. Molded clear polycarbonate lenses and diffusers can focus LEDs as tightly as 30 degrees or spread them in a 180 degree wash. LEDs can be used to produce stark or warm natural illumination that is both aesthetically pleasing and fully functional.

L.E.D. Efficiency

It takes 50 incandescent (carbon-filament) light bulbs or 8 CFLs (compact fluorescent lights) to equal the lifespan of one LED light bulb to produce the same illumination. LEDs emit 90% less heat than incandescent bulbs, therefore producing more light than heat and gaining maximum energy efficiency. As a rule, LEDs use 90% less electricity than standard incandescent bulbs, and more than 50% less than CFLs or standard fluorescent tubes. This could lead to a reduction of 30%-50% reduction in the monthly electric bill. The heat reduction achieved also helps reduce the amount of AC usage, translating into additional savings and less frequent AC maintenance & repair.

LEDs, Energy Savings and the Environment

LEDs provide the simplest & most efficient way to save energy and help the planet by conserving the natural resources needed to generate electric power. In fact, if LEDs were implemented universally today, America would never need to build another electric power plant, and over 14,000 million metric tons of CO2 emissions would be eliminated from our atmosphere by reducing our economy’s dependency on coal & oil-burning power plants. The new electricity surplus could then be used to power electric cars, replace diesel generators, trucks, trains, and cargo ships. Just retrofitting a home or business with LED lighting solutions will reduce that location’s carbon footprint by 30%-50%.