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Hi,

A week ago I received some very useful information from this forum regarding LED panel light wiring for my garage / workshop conversion. I am now in the position of ordering and fitting my lights and was hoping for some advice on the best lighting set up for my space.

I have attached PDFs which show the two options I am considering. My overall aim is to provide as near as possible day light style lighting that covers the whole space with minimal shadow and dark areas.

1. 4 x 40W LED ceiling panels (72W replacement / 3400Lm / wide beam : https://www.lightrabbit.co.uk/sky-tile-led-40-watt-ultra-slim-led-panel-light-595-x-595-mm.html)

2. 2 x 72W LED ceiling panels (144W replacement / 5500Lm / wide beam : https://www.lightrabbit.co.uk/72w-ultra-slim-led-panel-light-1195mm-x-595mm.html

I would appreciate any advice, thoughts on which would be the best set up for my space and which colour option to go for: 'Natural White' or 'Cool White'?

Many thanks,

Stophen.


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Suppose it was said you should have cool white, so you buy it install it then don't like it, you would not be happy (understandably) so i would say it really is down to you / your preference as to which you should have.

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