HB Series LED Low Bay /High Bay Luminaire
Need a cost-effective lighting solution for low bay or high bay areas? AmLED Technologies carries some of the best lighting products available, including this HB Series LED lighting, which you can use for a variety of applications.
Low Bay & High Bay LED Lighting with Innovative Designs
The HB Series LED Low Bay /High Bay luminaires are designed to deliver from 16,000 to 29,000 lumens. With exceptional illumination distribution, performance and design the HB Series LED Low Bay /High Bay luminaires allow for one-to-one replacement of HID or fluorescent luminaires.
They are also highly energy-efficient, helping you save money while also lasting longer than traditional fluorescent bulbs. You won't need to worry about requiring frequent replacements with these reliable lighting systems.
Choose from a Variety of Options for LED Low Bay & High Bay Lights
These low bay/high bay luminaires are available in different housing color, lens and mounting options. Regardless of the project, we can modify our lighting products to meet your individual needs. You'll be able to use them in nearly any type of facility.
Applications for HB Series LED Lights
HB Series LED Low Bay /High Bay Luminaire can be installed in warehouse spaces, grocery stores, industrial, retail and gymnasium (*with optional diffuser). You can use them in both large and smaller spaces with customized brightness settings.
If you would like to get started on an order of HB Series LED lighting for your facility today, contact us. We're ready to provide you with a top-quality product that gives you consistent results for years. You can also ask us about any of our other LED lighting products.How to order »
Initial Delivered Lumens: 16,000 to 29,000 lumens
Input Power: 125, 185 and 225 Watts
CCT: 4000K , 5000K
Input Voltage: 120-277 VAC or 347-480 VAC ( *check availability)
Power Factor: > 0.9
Mounting-: Snap hook, eye hook & pendant
Weight: 16 lbs. (125W), 18 lbs. (185W & 225W)
Controls: 1-10V dimming /Occupancy/Daylight Sensing