LED High Bay Lights

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We have Australia's largest range of high bay lights including LED, warehouse, factory and ultra-high lumen lights.

Guide to high bay lights

High bay lights are a type of lighting fixture designed for use in high ceiling environments, such as warehouses, factories, gymnasiums, and other industrial or commercial buildings. These fixtures are typically mounted at a height of 4.5m (15 feet) or higher, and are used to provide general lighting for the entire space. They are energy-efficient, have a long lifespan, very durable and have a fast startup time, which makes them a popular choice for lighting applications in commercial and industrial settings.

Power: LED high bay lights are available in a range of wattages, typically from 50 watts to 300 watts. The wattage determines the amount of light output, or luminous flux, that the fixture produces.

Color temperature: LED high bay lights are available in different color temperatures, which is a measure of the hue of the light. The color temperature is measured in degrees Kelvin (K) and ranges from warm white (2700K) to cool white (5000K). Warm white light has a yellowish hue and is often used in residential or hospitality settings, while cool white light has a bluish hue and is more suited to commercial or industrial applications.

CRI: The color rendering index (CRI) is a measure of how accurately a light source renders colors. LED high bay lights with a high CRI (80 or above) will show colors more accurately and naturally, while those with a low CRI may make colors appear distorted or washed out.

Lumens per watt: The lumens per watt (lpw) ratio is a measure of the efficiency of a light source. It indicates how many lumens of light are produced per watt of electricity consumed. LED high bay lights typically have a higher lpw ratio than other types of lighting, making them more energy-efficient.

Beam angle: The beam angle of an LED high bay light refers to the width of the beam of light that is produced by the fixture. LED high bay lights are available in different beam angles, ranging from narrow (10-30 degrees) to wide (90-120 degrees). The beam angle determines the spread of the light and is important for determining the coverage area of the fixture.

Input voltage: LED high bay lights operate on a specific range of input voltages, typically 120-277V AC. The input voltage determines the amount of electricity that the fixture consumes and is an important factor to consider when selecting an LED high bay light.

Lifespan: LED high bay lights have a longer lifespan than other types of lighting, with an average rated life of 50,000 hours or more. This means that they can operate for up to 50,000 hours before they need to be replaced, which can significantly reduce maintenance costs and downtime in commercial and industrial settings.