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Integration work is some of what I do for a living. This is a recent job near completion I've been working on for the past few weeks. It's a trailer that when we started was just a shell. Most obvious thing I was involved with here was installing the lighting of course. It's all LED with Lithonia track lights with small par floods on dimmers and chinesium led shop lights for working. Not currently operational is a strip of rgb led tape down the two black bulkheads on the ceiling for show lighting. There is another room behind the tv wall that has the business end of everything (which is mostly where I've been).

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Dec 23, 2017 at 09:28 AM Author: wattMaster
Why not install fluorescent lights?

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Dec 23, 2017 at 10:17 AM Author: 589
Possible breakage from NVH while on the road. Last thing you want is to get to a show and have glass everywhere from some tubes that broke. There's no time to deal with that. In this instance these cheapo shop lights are quite good. BTW they are 5000k 40w and roughly as bright as 2x f32t8.

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Dec 29, 2017 at 11:26 AM Author: Ash
They make break proof tubes for that, or you could use protective sleeves or enclosed luminaires. Better than LEDs anyday. Also, the F32T8's you compare to must be quite poor performing if a single 40W LED strip (assuming ~4000 Lm for fairly efficient one) equals to 2 F32T8's (that would mean 2000 Lm each). I'd expect over 3000 Lm from an F32, as our 36W T8's (using 32W on HF ballast) do 3350Lm
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Dec 29, 2017 at 12:08 PM Author: 589
I've used some nice 5000k f32t8 tubes from Reagan lighting that are 3150lm and have a life of 40k hours. Really good lamps that are used for 24/7 lighting in tandem strips that get cycled two to three times a day on instant start ballasts. They usually last around 4years too like that.

Problem still remains that for this instance is that LED is lighter and more NVH resistant. Plus the fixture was $30/ea and makes the client warm and fuzzy to say to their clients "see the lights? They're LED!" Then the client will be something "OoO LED, They must be good! Because LED is always good!" LED is a buzzword just like all natural or low maintenance, etc. That isn't to say LED is always bad, just preferable to many people. In this specific case LED works well and I like it.

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Dec 31, 2017 at 01:50 PM Author: sox35
Must admit I prefer non-LED fixtures, but I understand why you used them for this application. It's a nice setup, I used to be involved (very slightly) in the broadcasting industry a few years back (although more towards the sound radio side than TV) and I'd have committed some serious crime for a setup like this

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