LED High bay lights hot Suitable for steel mills
LED HIGHBAY LIGHTS HOT lights can operate normally at 60 degrees Celsius. Multiple wattages (100W 150W 200W) available, Driver with Lifud, Chips with Philips or OSRAM, advanced heat dissipation technology, and high temperature heat resistance. Lumen output up to 150LM/W, can produce very high brightness, and free lighting design, and provide IES file. Suitable for lighting in steel mills, high temperature lighting. Easy maintenance and direct lamp replacement, 200W high bay can be retrofitted to 500W traditional HIGHBAY LIGHTS, and has CE, UL, SAA, CB, TUV and other product certifications.
- Free lighting design
- Stable lighting in 60 degrees Celsius environment, high temperature resistance
- Luminous efficiency: 150LM/W
- Unique die-cast aluminum design
- Lifud high performance controller
- Chips available from Philips/Osram
- Can be customized
- Default tempered glass with optional frosted tempered glass
- Energy saving up to 80%
- Support for IES lighting documentation
- Supports direct lighting retrofits
- Meets all lighting standards
SHINETOO LED lighting manufacturer, with a professional R&D team and service team, supports OEM and ODM and other customised services.
100-277VAC / 180-528VA,50/60 Hz
IK08 steel glass
Wire guard available
Motion sensor zigbee avalable
Unique die casting aluminum design 90/ 120 degree beam angle
120 Degrees and 90 Degrees as an options with an aluminum reflector.
A durable, rugged die-casting aluminum design ensures the perfect heat dissipation.
100W LED = 250W HID / MH / HPS
150W LED = 400W HID / MH / HPS
200W LED = 500W HID / MH / HPS
Daylight and motion sensors are available for up to 80% energy saving.
It comes standard with a hook for 1-10V Dimming optional. chain/cable mount, and optional U-Bracket.
Class 1 system Standard input voltage: 120 – 277VAC 50/60 Hz
Optional high voltage: 180 – 528VAC 50/60 Hz
Total harmonic distortion: <20%
Power factor: > 0.9
Zigbee / Dali is available.
Five years warranty.
Wire guard and U-Bracket
lK08 tempered glass comes standard with clear
tempered glass, optional frosted tempered glass.
LED UFO HIGH BAY LIGHTS HOT
100W 150W 200W
100-240/277 VAC, 50 / 60 Hz
-20°C to 60°C
Other LED UFO highbay lights
Frequently Asked Questions(FAQ)
UFO high bay light is a kind of LED light shaped like a UFO, mainly used for commercial or industrial lighting, such as in supermarkets or warehouses, factories, parking lots, department stores, etc. They can illuminate a large area.
How to choose high bay light
High bay light lighting uses deep reflectors to direct light down from high ceilings. High bay light lights also produce diffused light, which helps reduce glare. Low bay lighting has shallower reflectors and lenses that scatter light outward from lower ceilings.
It would help if you chose the lighting with the correct power based on the lighting required for the scene and the height of the suspension. Different light intensities are required in different scenes, and the related parameters are different. When purchasing LED ufo high bay light, it is recommended to check the accompanying IES file and use professional lighting software such as DIALux, and AGI32 for calculations. When calculating the number of lights, you need to provide some basic parameters, such as the area of the room, the length, width, and height, the illuminance required for the place, and other important data. The IES file is imported into the software to plan the required lighting layout. After that, you can also view the lighting effect distribution.
LED high bay light is a cold light source, so many customers think that LED high bay light will not be as hot as incandescent light. This doesn’t seem right, LED high bay light will also generate heat, but because of the high efficiency of LED light conversion, only a very small amount of heat will be generated.
The life span can be 50,000 hours or more, with up to 170 lumens per watt, and even if the light output declines after a few years, it can still produce a sufficient amount of light.
At 20 feet tall, you can use a 15-foot spacing to produce bright light or an 18-foot spacing if you need normal light. At 30 feet, you can leave 20 feet between lights to get brighter light. However, for normal light, you can use a 25-foot spacing.