LED high-bay luminaire cuts energy and maintenance costs

Published:  11 October, 2010

Cooper Lighting, LED high-bay luminaire

Cooper Lighting’s LED high-bay luminaire is presented as having a number of significant benefits compared with traditional HID luminaires. When used in place of a 400 W metal-halide fitting, these LED luminaires achieve energy savings of 65% as a consequence of their power consumption of 142 W. There is also no restrike or run-up delay, and a long service life without the need for lamp changes. They deliver white light.

The operating temperature range of -30 to +30°C enables them to be used in anything from cold stores to general high-bay applications.

Light output can be adjusted through separate switching or dimming of the multiple LED arrays. Performance is optimised by a choice of lens and reflector designs to suit racking aisles or open areas. They comprise an IP65-sealed head unit and a remote IP 20 gear box.

These fittings can be specified with an integrated 3-hour maintained emergency option, unlike HID luminaires.

For more information on this story, click here:  Oct 2010, 176

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