The 150W LED high bay light uses Philips LEDs and Meanwell LED Driver, with a 7-year warranty, luminous efficacy greater than 165LM/W, replaceable with 400W MH lamp, no flicker, modular design, easy maintenance, as a LED high bay light manufacturer, MKLIGHTS can provide free DIALUX lighting simulation.
Wide power range: 40W~360W.
Special circuit design, single LED's damage won't affect others' normal work.
High output lumen efficiency, up to 165lm/W.
Die cast aluminum housing.
Corrosion resistant polyester powder painted 100µm thickness.
Over 10 optical lenses are available for virtually any application.
Modular design for easy installation, replacement and maintenance.
Variety applications with different mounting Accessories.
Multiple lighting control options are available, e.g. DALI, 1-10V, and Motion sensor.
Designed to last at least 100,000 hours at L70
CE/ RoHS/ IK10 /IP66 /LM79
7 years limited warranty available.
Warehouse, factory, rink, area and etc
|LED Brand||Lumileds LUXEON 3030/5050|
|Driver Brand||Meanwell /Inventronics|
|LED Module Quantity||3 modules|
|Lamp Rated Luminous Efficiency||135-165 lm/w|
|Lamp Rated Lumen output||20250-24750 lm (Lumen tolerance +/- 5%)|
|Color Rendering Index||70 (80 is optional)|
|Color Temperature||3000K, 4000K, 5000K or 5700K|
|Photometric Type||60,90,110 degrees|
|Optimal Operating Temperature||25℃|
|Working Environment||Between-40°C~+50°C, 10%~90%RH|
|Total Harmonic Distortion||< 10%|
|Lumen Maintenance||> 100,000 hours -L70, @25 ºC (77 ºF)|
|Body||Die-cast aluminum Housing|
|Protection||Class I ( Class II optional)|
|Certification||CE, ROHS, LM80|
|Dimming Options||1-10V or DALI or PWM or Timer|
|Control Options||Motion sensor or Smart control|
Whenever a big interior area has to be lighted, high bay lighting is generally ideal. Consider buildings like manufacturing facilities, gymnasiums, warehouses, enormous department stores, factories, and more; these facilities are often vast and encompass a lot of vertical as well as horizontal space. This needs intense illumination to produce the proper foot-candle levels to effectively enlighten. High bay lighting fixtures often hang from the ceiling through hooks, chains, or pendants, or they may be fastened to the ceiling directly (similar to troffer lights) (similar to troffer lights). The picture above demonstrates high bay lighting in operation.
Various businesses and facilities demand high bay illumination. Some of the most frequent are:
2. Industrial facilities (learn more about Industrial LED lights here)
3. Manufacturing facilities
4. School and university gymnasiums
5. Municipal institutions like community centers or leisure centers
6. Commercial applications like department shops
Throughout history, a variety of lighting solutions have been (and continue to be) employed in the warehouse and industrial environments where high bay lights are necessary. Metal halide (MH), high-pressure sodium (HPS), and fluorescent are just a few of the most frequent types. While each of these bulbs has its advantages, industrial LED lighting significantly exceeds its traditional equivalents. Consider the following factors when determining if an LED retrofit is suitable for your warehouse or industrial facility.
Industrial LED lighting versus metal halide high bay lights: If you've ever attended a baseball game, you've almost certainly seen metal halide lighting the field. MH lights are often used in sports and warehouse/industrial applications (as well as any setting where large, high spaces need to be illuminated). The advantages of MH lights include acceptable color rendering and relatively high foot-candle levels (as opposed to other types of conventional bulbs). Several of its significant disadvantages include a lengthy warm-up time (sometimes 15-30 minutes) and a high maintenance cost, while their failure characteristics include flickering on and off. This is in addition to the fact that a significant portion of the energy they generate is lost as heat. Continue reading to learn more about LED vs. Metal Halide Lighting.
LED high bay lighting vs. high-pressure sodium (HPS) lighting: HPS lighting is often used in warehouses, industrial, commercial, and recreational establishments that need high bay lighting. They have many advantages, including a low purchase price, excellent energy efficiency (low running expenses), and a reasonably long lifetime. While HPS lighting technology maintains these advantages over the majority of traditional bulbs, it is outclassed by LED high bay lighting on all three criteria. The disadvantages of HPS bulbs include poor color rendering and a long warm-up time. Continue reading to learn more about LEDs vs. High and Low-Pressure Sodium Lights.
Industrial LED lighting versus fluorescent lighting: Though fluorescent lighting is less widespread, it is sometimes used in a warehouse or industrial settings (primarily T12, T8, and T5 lights). Fluorescent lights have many advantages, including lower startup costs and reasonably high efficiency (especially when compared to other conventional bulbs). The disadvantages include the presence of hazardous mercury (which needs special waste disposal methods), a shorter lifespan when turned on and off, and the need for ballast to steady the light. Continue reading to learn more about LED vs. Fluorescent Lighting.
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