Light Efficient Design LED-8062 LED High Bay Lighting, Fixture 120V-277V, 160W (400W Equivalent) - 5500K - 9500 Lumens
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About the Light Efficient Design LED-8062 LED High Bay Light Fixture, 120V-277V, 160W (400W Equivalent) - 5500K - 9500 Lumens
Upgrade your High Bay lighting to energy efficient LED lighting and reduce your electrical costs by up to 80%, while reducing your lighting labor costs all at the same time. Recommended for commercial and industrial applications, the Light Efficient Design LED-8062 High Bay Light Fixture is a great way to add a long lasting lighting solution that will pay for itself and more in electrical savings.
The LED-8062 is a high powered 160 watt LED fixture with enclosed lamp that produces enough light to equal that of a 400 watt HID fixture. Standard HID bulbs last anywhere from a few thousand hours to 10K hours, however due to very hot operating temperatures, and a glass bulb design, HID bulb will burn out or shatter pre-maturely from shifts in temperature or exposure to wetness. The LED-8062 is fully enclosed and is rated to last 50,000 hours, with much less chance of malfunction or pre-mature burnout.
The Light Efficient Design LED-8062 long lasting design saves maintenance crews money on labor of light bulb changes. If you are currently using Incandescent light bulbs, the labor alone to change up to 40 Incandescent bulbs per each single LED light bulb will be greater than the initial cost of a LED lamp.
The LED 8062 emits a 5500K Daylight spectrum and an impressive 9500 Lumens (at 120V operating voltage).
- Voltage: 120-277V
- Wattage Used: 160W
- Wattage Equivalent: 400W HID High Bay
- High Bay Fixture including lamp
- Color Temperature: 5500K Daylight
- Dimensions: 20-3/4" x 19-3/4"
- Lumen Output: 9500 Lumens
- Beam Angle: 120 Degrees
- Life Span: Up to 50,000 Hours
- Not Dimmable
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