LED High Bay Light

Description

Dialight announces the immediate availability of its new 25,000 lumen DuroSite LED High Bay to meet the high light output requirements of industrial applications.   With its ultra-efficient 100 lumens per Watt efficacy, the new 250W LED High Bay can dramatically reduce energy consumption and maintenance cost as a direct replacement for conventional HID and fluorescent fixtures.  Suitable for both indoor and outdoor applications, the new 25,000 lumen high bay is UL1598/A certified for wet locations as well as CE compliant and CSA 22.2 certified.  

“This latest achievement in our growing LED industrial lighting product portfolio gives our customers a broad selection of energy efficient products to meet virtually any industrial lighting requirement with a high-efficiency, high-performance, worry-free solution,” said Roy Burton, Dialight’s Group Chief Executive. “Backed by our comprehensive 10-year full performance warranty, our High Bay line continues to be one of the most widely installed LED fixtures on the market.”   Designed from the ground up with a custom power supply to optimize both LED and fixture life, the new 25K lumen High Bay utilizes the latest high brightness LEDs paired with Dialight’s exclusive reflector-based optical design and toughened glass lens to deliver optimum illumination right where it’s needed, reducing light spillage on the walls and other areas.    

In addition to being UL1598/A , CE compliant and CSA certified, the 25,000 lumen high bay is IP66 rated for use in outdoor and wash down locations and is rated for operating temperatures ranging from -40° to +65° C.  The fixture also features 6kV line to ground surge protection.   The 25K lumen High Bay is the latest addition to Dialight’s world-class LED product portfolio that now spans 4,000 to 25,000 lumens in both High Bay and Low Bay models to suit a range of mounting heights. 

Specs

  • 250W
  • 25,000 lumen
  • for both indoor and outdoor applications



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