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    Here are several things you need to know before converting your facility:

    1. Type of facility: Is the site retail, warehouse or other commercial use?

    2. Type of fixture or lamp: Wall Packs, Shoeboxes, Flood Lamp

    3. Wattage of existing lamps: This gives your LED manufacture insight to the LED equivalent needed.

    4. Line voltage: LED products are voltage specific, and the LED installer will need to know this detail.

    5. Needs from the changes: To increase/decrease the lighting output, address a specific problem or area, meet a specific

    specification or code

    6. The best color of light: The sun is 5778k, and in the LED industry, 5000k is considered to be the closest to natural

    sunlight. Outdoor lighting is often oriented to a 5000k color.

    7. Quality of LED products: Quality means you trust you will not have any warranty issues, service means if you do have

    any issues, the integrity of service will be tasked to work its magic.

    What is high bay lighting, and what applications benefit from it?

    Whenever a large indoor space needs to be illuminated, high bay lighting is usually appropriate. Consider spaces like

    manufacturing facilities, gymnasiums, warehouses, large department stores, factories, and more; these facilities are

    typically vast and cover a lot of vertical as well as horizontal space. This requires powerful lighting to provide the

    appropriate foot-candle levels to adequately illuminate. High bay lighting fixtures typically hang from the ceiling via

    hooks, chains, or pendants, or they may be fixed to the ceiling directly (similar to troffer lights). The image above

    features high bay lighting in action.

    Various industries and facilities require high bay lighting. Some of the most common are:


    Industrial facilities (read more about Industrial LED lighting here)

    Manufacturing facilities

    School and university gymnasiums

    Municipal facilities like community centers or recreation centers

    Commercial applications like department stores

    Why choose LED high bay lights instead of metal halide, fluorescent, or other conventional high bay lights?

    Historically, various lighting technologies were (and still are) used in warehouse and industrial settings when high bay

    lights were required. Some of the most common include metal halide (MH), high pressure sodium (HPS), and fluorescent. While

    each of these bulbs have their merits, industrial LED lighting outperforms its conventional counterparts in important ways.

    Let’s take a look at some of the various considerations when deciding whether an LED retrofit is appropriate for your

    warehouse or industrial space.

    Industrial LED lighting vs metal halide high bay

    light: If you’ve ever been to a ballgame, you've likely seen metal halide illuminating the field. MH lamps are

    common in sporting and warehouse/industrial uses (as well as any setting where large, high spaces need to be illuminated).

    Benefits of MH lights include decent color rendering and comparatively adequate foot-candle levels (as opposed to other types

    of conventional bulbs). Some of their major drawbacks are a long time to warm up (sometimes 15-30 minutes) and a high cost to

    maintain, and their failure characteristics include flickering on and off. This is in addition to the fact that much of the

    energy they produce is wasted as heat. Read more about LED versus Metal Halide Lights.

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