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Wifi Control Warehouse Lights

LED warehouse lighting adopts high-quality Philips LEDs with luminous efficiency up to 190LM/W, with a Zigbee control system, which can remotely control the light switch and dimming through wifi, and can be combined with microwave and infrared sensors to maximize the energy-saving rate of warehouse lighting.

Key features

Warehouse Lights

The energy-efficient design delivers up to 190 lm/w

70% energy saving, short ROI period

Durability, suitable for dry and wet applications

Multiple lighting distributions are available

Versatile in mounting with wall-mounted, loop hanging, steel chain hanging

Multiple lighting control options are available, e.g. DALI, 1-10V, Motion sensor

RoHS compliant, environmentally friendly, no mercury or lead, 100% recyclable

5 years warranty



Warehouse, factory, rink, area and etc.


LED warehouse lights

LED BrandLumileds  LUXEON 3030/2835
Driver BrandMOSO
Nominal Wattage100W
LED  Quantity3030: 172pcs 2835: 602pcs
Input Voltage100-240/277VAC
Power Efficiency>90%
Power Factor>0.95
Lamp Rated Luminous Efficiency140-190lm/w
Lamp Rated Lumen output21000-28500lm (Lumen tolerance +/- 5%)
Color Rendering Index70  (80 is optional)
Color Temperature3000, 4000, 5000 or 5700K
Photometric Type60,90,110 degrees
Optimal Operating Temperature25℃
Storage Temperatures-40°C~50°C
Working EnvironmentBetween-40°C~+50°C, 10%~90%RH
Total Harmonic Distortion<10%
Lumen Maintenance>50,000 hours -L70, @25 ºC (77 ºF)
BodyDie-cast Aluminum Housing
CoverPC lens
RatingIP65 IK08
Protection Class  I
CertificationCE, ROHS, LM80
Dimming Options1-10V or DALI or PWM or Timer
Control OptionsMotion sensor or Smart control
Color OptionsBlack
Warranty5 years




Why you Should Upgrade to LED Warehouse Lighting?

Both LEDs and fluorescent lights and fixtures are very energy efficient. However, fluorescent bulbs are often composed of glass, making them brittle. Additionally, they contain mercury, a toxic element that will be released into the environment when they are broken or shattered. LEDs, on the other hand, are not composed of glass and do not contain mercury, making them far less damaging to the environment than fluorescent lighting.

Workplaces that are safer

Brighter facilities imply a higher level of safety. Warehouse personnel undertakes a variety of jobs that are often physically demanding and involve a great deal of movement. Without sufficient LED warehouse illumination, these routine tasks might become deadly. Warehouses are large facilities with deep aisles and lofty shelves, which may result in a significant amount of darkish space. All regions of the warehousing facility will be illuminated by bright LED lights. Additionally, LED warehouse lighting is significantly more pleasant on the eyes. When a fluorescent light is turned on, it often flickers, which affects the quality of vision and is quite bothersome. Electro-high Matic's bay LED lights provide instant illumination without flickering or other issues. By replacing obsolete warehouse fixtures, you may help prevent workplace accidents and increase safety.

Luminous Illumination and Complete Coverage

The activities that take place in a warehouse often need very bright lighting and a high level of coverage to ensure that people's duties are completed appropriately. Metal halide (MH) or high-pressure sodium (HPS) lamps, which are still used in many warehouses, emit light at a typical 400 watts. An equal LED bulb will use between 170 and 210 watts to generate a similar amount of light with a higher quality of light. Certain warehouses with taller ceilings use metal halide bulbs rated at 1000 watts, whereas their LED counterparts consume less than 500 watts.

Environmental and Economical Benefits

LEDs direct light precisely where it is required on the floor, saving around 50% of the energy used by metal halide or high-pressure sodium lamps. A standard 400W MH or HPS lamp may generate 35,000 lumens, however, they are dispersed throughout the light. In comparison to LEDs, these lamps have a rapid lumen degradation of up to 50% throughout their short life.

Energy Efficiency

Metal halide/high-pressure sodium bulbs from the past are very sluggish to start, rapidly lose brightness, quickly burn out, and use a lot of power. LEDs, on the other hand, utilize far less electricity. Additionally, they use less power, with an estimated energy efficiency of 80% to 90% when compared to standard lighting and light bulbs. Around 80% of electrical energy is converted to light, whereas only 20% is lost as heat. Due to the extended lifetime of LED lights, maintenance is reduced, resulting in significant energy savings.

The most cost-effective way to cut operating expenses is to update your warehouse lighting to LED. LEDs have grown in popularity because they provide more light of higher quality and use less energy. Additionally, because of their extended life, they are simpler and less expensive to maintain.

Reduced Maintenance Costs

Managing a warehouse requires the operator to drive profitability via cost management. Rent, salaries, insurance, and maintenance are practically all expenses that a warehouse operator cannot manage. Not to mention that expenditures often climb year after year. Lighting consumes the most energy in warehouses, accounting for up to more than half of total energy use, and is one of the simplest places to cut costs. Switching to LED warehouse lighting might be a simple option.

Numerous lights will ultimately need to be changed, which might become pricey depending on the size of the warehouse. By upgrading to an LED system in your warehouse, you may significantly minimize the frequency with which you replace burnt-out lights. Simple installation is critical when it comes to upgrading to an LED system. Bulb replacement is the replacement of an incandescent lamp with an LED lamp. Additional maintenance savings are attainable with these new technologies due to their increased service life. This longevity reduces maintenance expenses since personnel may spend their time maintaining other warehouse equipment.

Prolonged Lifespan

LED technology has been shown to last up to three to four times as long as other types of light. LEDs have a life expectancy of 50,000 to 100,000 hours or more. By contrast, the normal lifetime of a metal halide bulb is between 6,000 and 15,000 hours. By choosing a longer-lasting light source, LED lighting may significantly lower your maintenance expenditures. A long lifespan is one of the primary advantages of LED lights. LED bulbs have an exceptional operating lifespan of up to 11 years when used continuously. Additionally, LEDs retain their initial brightness for the course of their life.

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