Here are the recommendations from experts when you buy LED light fixtures. What to look for.
1. LED with good heat dissipation may cost, and weigh, more.
2. Try to find out the chip size (the points of light). The larger chips provide more light and better stability.
3. Make sure any paint is well applied. Better paints make a difference.
4. Verify the Underwriter’s Laboratory (UL) mark, which proves the fixture for testing, validation and safety.
5. Confirm a Design Lights Consortium (DLC) qualification. DLC qualified fixtures have been tested for certain performance and safety standards. These better fixtures often come with a 5 year warranty. (The one I installed has a 10 year warranty).
My recommendation: If you buy with all that in mind you will likely have a fixture that is safe, provides great light, and is long lasting. I learned a lot from my experience and research. I hope you do too. “Let there be light … and it was good.”
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