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  • 100w Modular design Low Bay Lighting
  • 100w Modular design Low Bay Lighting
  • 100w Modular design Low Bay Lighting
  • 100w Modular design Low Bay Lighting
  • 100w Modular design Low Bay Lighting

100w Modular design Low Bay Lighting

Low bay lighting is used to light areas with lower ceilings 12-20 feet above the floor. Low bay lights are commonly used in small warehouses, shops, homes, garages, or work areas. Mounting Bracket, Direct Mounting, Pendant Mounting, Suspended Mounting options, Meet different installation environments.



Key Features

1. Wide power range: 40W~360W.

2. Special circuit design, single LED damage won't affect others' normal work.

3. Modular design for easy installation, replacement, and maintenance. 

4. High Lumen output up to 165lm/ w with high-quality LED chips.

5. Various applications with different mounting Accessories.

6. Multiple lighting control options are available, e.g. DALI, 1-10V, and motion sensor.

7. Designed to last at least 100, 000 hours at L70.

8. Multiple lighting distributions are available.


LED BrandLumileds LUXEON 3030/5050
Driver BrandMeanwell HLG series
Normal Wattage100W
LED Module Quantity2 modules
Input Voltage100-240/277/347/480VAC
Power Efficiency>90%
Power Factor>0.95
Lamp Rated Luminous Efficiency130-160 lm/w
Lamp Rated Lumen output13000-16000 lm (Lumen tolerance +/- 5%)
Color Rendering Index70 (80 is optional)
Color Temperature3000K, 4000K, 5000K, or 5700K
Photometric Type60,90,110 degrees
Optimal Operating Temperature25℃
Storage Temperatures-40°C~50°C
Working EnvironmentBetween-40°C~+50°C, 10%~90%RH
Total Harmonic Distortion< 10%
Lumen Maintenance> 100,000 hours -L70, @25 ºC (77 ºF)
BodyDie-cast Aluminum Housing
CoverPC lens
RatingIP66 IK10
Protection Class I ( Class II optional)
CertificationCE, ROHS, LM80
Dimming Options1-10V or DALI or PWM or Timer
Control OptionsMotion sensor or Smart control
Color OptionsSilver
Warranty7 years


What is low-bay lighting?

Low-bay lights are often defined as lights used on ceilings under 20 feet from the floor. Low ceilings are the most common type of ceiling in homes, most retail businesses, and public buildings.

How far apart should high bay lights be?

At 20 feet high, you can use a spacing of 15 feet to produce bright light, or if you need normal light, you should use an 18-foot spacing. At 30 feet high, you can leave a 20-foot spacing between lights for brighter light. However, for normal light, you can choose a spacing of 25 feet.

What is the difference between high bay lights and low bay lights?

Low-bay lighting fixtures include reflectors or lenses to transmit light and reduce glare. High bay lights require special reflectors made of aluminum to allow light to flow down to the floor or prism assembly to diffuse the light and illuminate shelves and other elevated objects.


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