LED Educational Lighting
At MokoLight

Over 16 makahiki, MOKOLight has been providing professional LED lighting products for leading educational institutions across the globe. ʻO ke kūlana kiʻekiʻe o MOKOLight, ʻO ke kukui LED maikaʻi ʻaʻole wale e hāʻawi i kahi ʻoi aku ka maikaʻi o ke aʻo ʻana, akā, hana nui ka ho'ōla ikehu. Hōʻike ʻia kā mākou mau kukui LED me ka spectrum piha, ʻaʻohe ʻōlinolino a pili kaiapuni. Mākaukau mākou e hāʻawi i kā mākou ʻike i nā kukui bespoke e kōkua iā ʻoe me kāu hoʻoponopono hou ʻana i nā kukui e hoʻomaikaʻi i ka pono.

Brighten up your school with high-quality LED lighting

Proper educational lighting has a positive impact on concentration, hopena aʻo, well-being and safety for students. MOKOLight’s high-quality LED lighting provides a more comfortable learning and teaching environment, while using 80% less energy than traditional fluorescent lighting, resulting in lower energy bills, lower maintenance costs and, in the long run, lower emissions for the environment.

LED Educational Lighting Products from MokoLight

MokoLight offers a wide range of LED educational lighting products, typically the LED classroom lights, LED ymnasium lights and LED library lights, to meet all of the exact needs of different educational facilities in school, college and other institutions.

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Gymnasium Lighting

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MokoLight's Advantages in LED Educational Lighting

MokoLight attaches greater importance to LED educational lighting because it helps create comfortable environment both for students and teachers, and reduce energy costs over a long period of time. Wr truly understand its importance so LED educational lamps we manufacture all come with uniform lighting, auti-glare, no filickering, ka maikaʻi kiʻekiʻe kukui, less emission, and surprisingly affordability while complying with international standards.

Evenly Lit

MokoLight's LED educational lighting is designed to fill in all directions, and the uniform and soft light is bright enough for students to read and write, and for teachers to give classes.


Compared with the traditional fluorescent lamps, LED classroom lamps at MokoLight adopt a grille design to avoid direct light to human eyes and further prevent visual fatigue for teachers and students.

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Professional LED educational lighting from MokoLight ensure its soft, closer-to-nature light and reduces blue light hazards for vulnerable students; no more eye strain or headaches from flickering.

Green & Safe

Many traditional lighting fixtures contain harmful metals such as mercury. Our LED educational lights are made of safe materials, and conducive to the visual comfort and mental well-being of students and staff.

Choose Your Best LED Educational Lighting

Teachers and students in educational institutions can benefit from a healthier lighting environment thanks to educational lighting. Classroom lighting is the most crucial component of instructional lighting. Classroom lighting must not only meet the needs of students for learning and communication, but also guide students to focus on the teaching area and protect studentseyesight. No laila, LED educational lighting stands out, and because of its their soft and bright light, low flicker frequency, no glare, and less blue light damage, it has become the first choice for teaching lighting. Pēlā, what factors should we consider while purchasing LED lighting fixtures for schools?

Luminaire Efficiency
The average illuminance value on the desks in the classroom should not be less than 300lx, and there should be local illumination on the chalkboard, with an average illuminance value of 500lx, under the international standard for educational lighting. If the educational lighting is far lower than the standard value, the pupils will be wide open and the pupil muscles will be tense. To absorb enough light, the studentsheads will be unconsciously lowered, and the distance between the eyes and the books will be too close, causing vision distortion and nearsightedness.

Shape of Lamps
I kēia manawa, the commonly used classroom lamps have small grille lamps and large grille lamps. ʻO ka maʻamau, the small grille lamps give out cosine light distribution. The area under the lamp is where this type of lamp emits the lightest, with the light intensity emitted to the surroundings being very low and the luminous flux is concentrated there. The only way to get a higher illuminance uniformity is to utilize more lamps; i ʻole, the classroom will be alternately bright and dark with a low illuminance uniformity. The light distribution shape of lamps with larger grilles can be made into a batwing.

Glare Quality
The glare quality grade of lamps is divided by the test method of the brightness limit curve of lamps. ʻO ka maʻamau, small grid lamps can reach Class A when 500lx≤use illuminance≤1000lx; while large grille lamps can only reach A grade when 300lx≤use illuminance≤500lx or even lower.

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The illumination effect is somewhat influenced by the luminaire’s installation height. The mounting height reduces, the brightness increases, and the uniformity decreases as the luminaire’s height rise and its illumination level fall.

Lighting Design
Determine the number of teaching lamps required based on the functions of various classrooms, and the illuminance specifications of applicable standards, and choose LED educational lights with adequate performance. A classroom desk, o kahi laʻana, should have an average illumination of 300 lx and an illumination uniformity of at least 0.7. Local lighting should be installed on the blackboard, and the average illuminance and illuminance uniformity shouldn’t be less than 500lx and 0.8, pakahi.

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MokoLight will always work with you from start to finish, to create the perfect lighting products for your project.

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