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About LED Panel Lights - LED Drop Ceiling Lights

LED Panel Lights are widely favored for both commercial and residential use as their streamlined design suits various settings including homes, offices, hotels, hospitals, restaurants, and retail stores. These drop ceiling LED fixtures come with multiple features, including dimmability, suitability for damp locations, a lifespan of about 50,000 hours, DLC certification, and several other efficient qualities. As a result, these high-performance lights offer an optimal solution for illuminating indoor spaces effectively and that’s how at LED My Place in CanadaYou can find back-lit, edge-lit, and T-bar types tailored to your specific requirements.

  • Be it your office, school, hospital, or any other commercial space, Panel lights are becoming the new norm for lighting. Panel lights are versatile, fit into the false ceiling, and provide perfect lighting. 
  • Designed to boost productivity at the workplace, these LED panels are cost-effective and long-lasting. They are available in multiple sizes and offer flicker-free white light for a productive ambiance. 
  • Panel Lights are versatile lights used in offices, hospitals, schools, hotels, meeting rooms, showrooms, corridors, shops, retail stores, healthcare facilities, laboratories, and many more. These drop ceiling lights are an excellent replacement for conventional fixtures but have several drawbacks.
  • The productivity of your employees depends very much upon the kind of light you install inside your office. Therefore, choosing the right LED flat panel light is essential. 
  • LED My Place Canada has a vast range of LED ceiling panel lights with different color temperatures and sizes that suit your needs perfectly. 
  • There are a lot of advantages to using LED panel light fixtures over fluorescent ones. These advantages are discussed in detail below: 


  • Energy-efficient:These LED Lights are highly energy-efficient. This efficiency is achieved because LED panel light converts 95% of the electricity consumed into light, and only 5% is wasted as heat. This starkly contrasts with fluorescent Panel lights, which convert 95% of the electricity consumed into heat, and a mere 5% of the electricity gets converted into light. 
  • This results in savings of up to 75% on utility bills. This is also good for the environment because these LED panel fixtures demand less electricity from the grid, putting less pressure on fossil-fuel-based electricity generation plants. 
  • Long-lasting:These Panel lights are durable because they are energy-efficient and produce less heat. Panel lights are tested to last for up to 50,000 hours. This means that once you install them, you won't have to worry about them for about half a decade.  
  • High CRI:LED panel light has a high color rendering index, which measures the accuracy of light color rendering abilities. Having a CRI of more than 82, these panel lights display colors that are 82% as accurate as they would be under an ideal light source such as daylight.


LED panel lights are available in numerous color temperatures:

  • 4000 Kelvin
  • 5000 Kelvin
  • 6500 Kelvin


      A backlit LED Panel light is a combination of LEDs on a horizontal plate emitting vertically downward light through a diffuser. The light source of the LED backlit panel is on the back of the panel, so it is suggested that the distance between the light source and the panel be kept. This will provide a uniform brightness on the surface.

      They are also known as direct-lit panels. Backlit LED panels produce glare-free lighting, which can be used to illuminate residential or commercial areas.


      Based on the size of the Panel light, there are three types available: 

      • 1X4 LED Panel:This rectangular-shaped panel light comes in multiple color temperatures, is 40-watt, replaces a 150-watt traditional panel light, and comes in 4000 and 5000 Kelvin. 
      • 2X2 LED Panel:This 40-watt square panel light replaces a 150-watt fluorescent panel light. It is available in four color temperatures: 4000, 5000, and 6500 kelvin. 
      • 2x4 LED Panel: This is also a rectangle-shaped panel light that comes in two different wattages

      - 50 watts, replacing 165 watts available in color temperatures of 5000 and 4000 Kelvin.

      - 70 watts, which replaces 180 watts and comes in the color temperature of  4000, 5000, and 6500 kelvin.

      These panel lights are also dimmable, allowing the user to set the right amount of luminosity needed at the place.


      1. Are there different color options available for LED panel lights?
      Ans. Yes, They are available in different color options, including warm white, cool white, and daylight white. Warm white produces a softer, yellowish light similar to incandescent bulbs. In contrast, cool white and daylight white provide a brighter, bluish-white light that is often preferred for task-oriented or commercial settings.

      2. Can LED panel lights be dimmed?
      Ans. Yes, many panel lights have dimming capabilities. However, checking the product specifications or consulting the manufacturer to ensure compatibility with dimmer switches or systems is essential.

      3. Are LED panel lights easy to install?
      Ans. Yes, They are generally easy to install. They are available in different sizes to fit standard grid ceilings or can be surface-mounted or suspended using installation kits. However, hiring a qualified electrician for proper installation is recommended to ensure safety and adherence to local electrical codes.

      4. Where can Panel lights be used?
      Ans. They are versatile and can be used in various settings, including:

      • Offices and commercial spaces
      • Schools and educational institutions
      • Hospitals and healthcare facilities
      • Retail stores and showrooms
      • Residential applications like kitchens, living rooms, and bedrooms