LED High Bays

It is time to switch to LED high bays. LED high bays have revolutionized the way big units light up.

High Bays are types of lights, mostly found in commercial setups. Warehouses, storage areas, retail, processing units, manufacturing units, factories and stadiums. The non-LED high bays usually have a 400W mercury vapour or metal halide bulb, resulting in high electricity consumption

These lights consume high wattage and create a huge amount of heat causing fire hazards. Because of the size and capacity of these places, the energy consumption by High Bays is very noticeable. They are also notoriously known for unnatural orange glow, insufficient light output, short lifespan, heat output, high maintenance and potential danger from mercury exposure. They also are known to dim out very often, and since they are placed high up in the ceiling and it is not an easy task to replace them.

Here at Bright Source we know – lighting an industrial environment is not an easy task. It is important to consider many elements. For example – the amount and quality of light reaching a surface. Insufficient lighting can be detrimental to an industrial facility and can even be dangerous to employees. By virtue of their long-life performance, reduced maintenance, and improved visibility LED high bays are an important consideration when it comes to the short-term safety and long-term health of industrial workers. Also – LED luminaries are generating about 80 per cent energy cost savings compared to old mercury vapour or metal halide high bays

It is time to make a switch to LED high bays. With the government schemes (VEET) these lights are now easily affordable.

☑ LED High Bays are more efficient than non-LED high bays
☑ LED High Bays have 50,000 hours of operational lifespan
☑ LED High Bays are easy to install
☑ LED High Bays have an iconic design
☑ LED High Bays are VEET approved
☑ LED High Bays come with rebates
☑ LED High Bays have a built-in daylight and occupancy sensors (Eco Light Up and Onsemi)