Hyperikon LED Lights Blog

Top 5 Commercial LED Lighting Picks for 2018

Lighting season will be here soon! Starting with Daylight saving time and lasting throughout the winter, lighting season is when we see a lot of businesses and homeowners upgrading indoor and outdoor spaces with new, long-lasting LED lighting.…

Why to Buy LED Motion Sensor Lights

Many modern LED lights and fixtures are equipped with sophisticated settings. One of the most popular among these features for both indoor and outdoor LED lighting is motion sensor technology. LED motion sensor light…

Lumens and LED Brightness

In traditional lighting, wattage was the standard measure of brightness. Higher wattage meant a brighter bulb. LED lights are brighter replacements for fluorescent, incandescent, and halogen bulbs, but require far fewer watts to produce the…

Choosing the Best LED Flood Lights

Lighting can seem like a simple concept until you are faced with making decisions that significantly impact your construction or renovation budget. That is when you realize the complexity of lighting your space for various uses and the i…

Lighting Evolution and The Falling Costs of LED Lights

Did you know that prehistoric people needed to chop wood 60 hours a week just to get enough wood to produce the amount of light equivalent to a 100Watt bulb in one hour? This was researched by William Nordhaus, a Yale economics professor wh…

Why California is Saying Goodbye to Incandescent Lights

It’s 2018 and time to say goodbye to the incandescent lights that were the go-to choice for most households and businesses throughout the past 138 years. Despite more efficient lights available on the market, it wasn’t until this January th…

​How to Use Live Video Support

We’ve recently introduced a new feature to help make installation even easier: live video support! Now you have the ability to engage in a live video session with our customer service team whenever you need another pair of eyes on your installation o…

Why choose LED lights? Top FAQ's

People are creatures of habit and oftentimes, venturing into something new seems intimidating, especially when we talk about technology. Even though LED lighting is not a new concept, the technology has been taking off in recent years an…

Why did my LEDs burn out?

Incandescent bulbs generate significant amounts of heat. A 100W incandescent can be replaced by a 10W LED, meaning there are 90W more of heat that the traditional bulb could handle. Traditional bulbs were meant to run hot. Traditional bulb filamen…