LED Shop lighting

LED Shop lighting - For shop lighting it is important to use a strong, cool light. This makes your goods look their best, so you avoid discolouration due to the light in the room making people think your goods are wrong or too old. Because light plays a big part in our choices. So it's important to get it right. Incorrect lighting can cost a lot of money on the bottom line.
At the same time, LED lighting gives you many other exciting options for illuminating your goods. For example, you can use LED strips to create light in places where it wouldn't otherwise be possible or take advantage of the fact that LED light doesn't get nearly as hot as traditional incandescent and halogen bulbs. This prevents, for example, chocolate and other easily melting products from becoming soft because they are bathed in too bright a light.
Check out the many options on this site. At LEDproff you are sure to find a solution that suits your shop. Read more about LED shop lighting under products


Shop lighting opens up new possibilitiesLED shop lighting allows you to put lights in many more places and much closer to the goods than you would normally be able to. The solutions are also much more flexible because LED lighting does not use such high currents and such high power.
It is therefore possible to set it up with smart power rails that can even be assembled into a whole grid. This makes it possible, for example, to create new and very effective lighting above the fitting room, where the lighting can also be used, for example, to hold the curtain that the customer draws before trying on clothes.

The right colour temperature sells the product

As already mentioned, it is also important that you choose the right colour shade or colour temperature, as it is called in the trade. If you choose to complement with, for example, LED strips or other of our LED products, it is therefore important that you choose products with the right colour temperature.
The colour temperature is given in degrees Kelvin and ranges between 0 and 10,000. The light you need here in the shop should be what is called cold. This means that the Kelvin temperature should be as high as possible. Preferably 4500 K or above.
This will ensure that you get the most colourfast display of your goods. This gives customers the best conditions under which to select goods - and it would be crazy to be turned away because you hadn't seen the light.

Save big with LED shop lighting

Of the many other benefits of LED shop lighting, the biggest is probably the savings. Because compared to traditional shop lighting solutions, you'll save up to 75% on your electricity bill for all the lamps and other shop lighting you replace with LED lighting. If you change all your shop lighting, you'll save a lot of money every year.
At the same time, LED lights last much longer than traditional shop lighting. For example, if you replace your fluorescent lamps with LED amartures, the lifetime is more than quadrupled. So where an average fluorescent bulb lasts for about 4 years with 8 hours of daily use, expect the LED bulb to last about 17 years before it needs replacing!
Now that's a saving you can see - even in poor lighting!