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Larson’s New High Bay LED Light Fixture Provides Alternative to Traditional Gas Burning Luminaries

Larson Electronics, an industrial lighting supplier, has announced the release of a new general area use high bay LED light fixture that provides operators with a powerful and energy efficient alternative to traditional gas burning luminaries.

GAU-HB-200W-LED-WP-PR01

The GAU-HB-200W-LED-WP high bay LED light fixture is constructed of copper free aluminum alloy powder coated for added durability and corrosion resistance. The 12 light emitting diodes are protected by a polycarbonate lens and produce a powerful 110 lumens per watt. This high bay light fixture provides 22,000 lumens of high quality light while drawing only 200 watts of power. This unit is constructed with CREE LEDs that have been chosen for their high lumen per watt ratio and extreme longevity. The special heat dissipating design in conjunction with LED technology helps this fixture achieve an excellent 50,000 hour rated lifespan with 70% lumen retention.

The light weight and low profile design makes this unit an attractive alternative to larger and heavier fixtures and is an ideal replacement for metal halide and high pressure sodium fixtures. This light is multi-voltage capable and can be operated with 100-277 volts AC without any need for a special ballast. The GAU-HB-200W-LED-WP can be mounted by a ¾ inch mounting hub or by an included eyelet for chain hanging. The LEDs used in this fixture consume less energy and create less heat within the work area, reducing energy costs for illuminating and cooling large areas.

“These new high bay LED light fixtures pack a powerful punch within a low profile frame,” said Rob Bresnahan, CEO of Larson Electronics. “This unit weighs on 12 pounds, making it an ideal upgrade or replacement for heavy, bulky high pressure sodium or metal halide fixtures.”

Source: http://www.larsonelectronics.com/

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