High bay LED uses half the power of HID fixtures

21st July 2014
Siobhan O'Gorman

A high bay LED light, claimed to be more cost-effective and efficient than traditional HID high-output fixtures, has been launched by Dialight. The Vigilant High Bay offers approximately 60,000lm output from a single 480W power supply, delivering 125lm/W at less than half the power consumption of conventional HID products.

Featuring custom narrow optics for maximum light levels and uniformity, the Vigilant High Bay is designed to provide visibility and clarity for high ceiling, high ambient temperature industrial applications such as steel, automotive, aircraft and other industrial and manufacturing facilities. Operating from -40 to +65°C, measuring 18" in height and 24" in diameter and weighing less than 32lbs, Diaight claim that the LED is both reliable and easy to install. The high bay LED light also includes multiple mounting options, including ceiling and pendant mount, and high-durability glass lenses. 

Available for both 120-277 and 347-480V applications, the Vigilant High Bay IS UL1598 and CSA C22.2 certified for dry location use and has a 10-year full-performance warranty covering the entire fixture, drivers and power supply.

“The high cost associated with operating and maintaining HID light fixtures is amplified significantly when 1,000W fixtures are required,” said Roy Burton, Group Chief Executive, Dialight. “Between the tremendous energy costs and frequent maintenance requiring tall boom lifts and production shut downs 1,000W high bays are a huge drain on power and resources. Previously, there were very few available LED solutions on the market, providing a truly viable replacement for these high-light output requirements. But now, Dialight’s new Vigilant High Bay represents a great opportunity for facility managers to replace antiquated HIDs with the most advanced technology and get the output they need, while realising a rapid ROI and savings that will continue to add up for more than a decade.”

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