PacLights provides various solutions to retrofit a wide range of HID or fluorescent fixtures. LED lights virtually eliminate ongoing maintenance with some fixtures, staying bright for up to 100,000 hours. Even running 12 hours a day, that’s over 22 years of light for college campuses, shopping malls, residential parks, hospital grounds, commercial parking lots, car dealerships, and other applications. On a limited budget or looking for better rebates? Retrofit the dated HID/fluorescent fixtures with PacLights LED Retrofit products.

All LED Retrofit Products

Light Bulbs

BH series LED Light Bulbs

From 3,000 lm to 13,000 lm

Light Bulbs

BU series LED Light Bulbs

From 2,890 lm to 5,285 lm

Light Bulbs

BW series LED Light Bulbs

From 1,950 lm to 15,500 lm
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Indoor Lighting Fixtures

RKSL series LED Field-adjustable Retrofit Strip Light

From 2,400 lm to 11,900 lm
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Indoor Lighting Fixtures

RKTF series LED Field-adjustable Retrofit Troffer

From 2,600 lm to 5,900 lm

High Bays

XHB series LED High Bays

From 20,700 lm to 28,200 lm

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While HID or fluorescent systems fade quickly and turn yellow over time, LED lights maintain their color temperature for years, giving you longer lasting and higher quality light. If you want to upgrade to LED but don't have the budget for all new fixtures, retrofit kits include all of the assembly hardware required to convert existing fixtures. Because metal halide or fluorescent bulbs are omni-directional, the bulb gives off light you never end up seeing because it is trapped bouncing around the inside of the fixture. On the packaging, this light lost to "Lumen bounce" is still included in the initial Lumen rating. Because LEDs are naturally directional, there's no light trapped in the fixture. This means an LED light can be a direct replacement for older systems even if on paper it doesn't look as though the LED lights put out as much light.