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    gas station canopy LED retro fits ?

    has anyone dealt with any of these what brand did you use was the install easy ?

    any recommendations on wattage for canopy height

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    Check out a 7/11. They have the latest and greatest lighting.

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    I know lots about lightbulbs!

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    Murphy Oil is using them too, since the employees leave them on all day, it probably does save them a lot of money! ( they said the switches were hard to get to because of the counter design)

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    Wattage for gas station

    Metal Halide: 400W or 250W.
    Induction lamp: 250W or 150W
    LED: 200W or 120W.

    For gas station, explosure-proof lamp is required too make sure safe application. Also, enough lumes are needed. So the better choise is: MHL: 400W, Induction lamp: 250W, LED: 200W.

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