selection is critical when planning the lighting levels for your store.
Shown are some of the bulbs we specify on a regular basis. Keep in mind
that most focal point lighting will need to reach 500 foot candles, or more,
for maximum effectiveness. Anything lower and the fluorescent lamps in most
stores will wash out the sharpness of the spot bulbs. Some combination of
three types of lamps is usually used depending upon your specific requirements
lamps are still best for general lighting in most stores. Unfortunately,
the color rendition of standard fluorescents lamps is pretty
dismal. Merchandise simply does not show its true color under either “cool”
or “warm” fluorescent lamps. Designer lamps are now available
that provide a combination of high light output and color rendering performance
make your merchandise really “sing”. These lamps are designed
for retail use and can replace your existing fluorescents. An easy way to
quickly change the look of your store.
reflector bulbs have long been the standard for retail lighting.
Good color and an economical price have made them the favorite for most
display uses. These lamps have been redesigned to produce a Halogen PAR
with superior color rendition at a lower wattage output. The result, a
watt PAR bulb provides the same punch as a standard 150 watt reflector
quartz halogen lamps are used primarily for lighting dramatic
displays in store interiors and windows. Tight beam control and excellent
color rendition make these MR16 lamps the choice for those “special”
TO THE LIGHTS Shown WE CARRY lines including: HALO JUNO WAC and TECH SPERO
Retail Lighting Plan
is the lighting plan we used for the La Jolla Surf Museum Gift Shop.
Fluorescent lamps provide ambient light and we have added track lighting
to attract interest and add dimension within the store.
low voltage halogen lamps are used in the wall cases and slimline fluorescent
lamps in the POS cases.
is installed in the front windows and around the perimeter of the store
approximately 5-6 ft. in from the walls. Track lamps are placed every
24-36 inches around the stores perimeter and every 48 inches to highlight
floor displays. The windows receive one lamp per 24 inches.