Customers will be amazed at the amount of light this compact, low bay LED light fixture produces with such low energy consumption.
Kemp, TX (PRWEB)
September 16, 2017
Larson Electronics LLC, longtime leading supplier of commercial and industrial grade lighting solutions, has announced the release of a new 50 watt low bay LED light fixture that has a high output of 4,333, strong industrial build and an outdoor rating, making it ideal for areas with harsh conditions and shallower ceilings.
The Larson Electronics GAU-HB-50LED-RT low bay LED light fixture provides operators with a powerful and energy efficient alternative to traditional and bulky, high maintenance cost fixtures. A special heat dissipating design and LED technology helps this low bay fixture provide 4,333 lumens of high quality light while only consuming 50 watts, and an excellent 60,000 hour rated lifespan with 80% lumen retention. A built-in electronic LED driver allows automatic monitoring and adjustment of input current to maintain the correct LED voltage levels regardless of input levels across a specific range. This driver not only reduces energy dissipation, lowering the operating temperature, but also prevents AC over-voltage and short circuit loading making this fixture virtually maintenance free. This light is universal voltage capable and can be operated with 100-277 VAC, 50/60Hz.
The GAU-HB-50LED-RT low bay light fixture is IP67 rated, dust-proof and protected against temporary submersion and high-pressure water jets. The lightweight and compact body is constructed of cast copper-free aluminum alloy that is corrosion-resistant and provides excellent durability, as well as resistance to vibration and impact. A powder aluminum coating enhances the light’s longevity and aesthetics. The standard version of this fixture includes wall-mount, ceiling-mount and pendant-mount options. A cable-mounted option is also available.
“Customers will be amazed at the amount of light this compact, low bay LED light fixture produces with such low energy consumption,” said Rob Bresnahan, CEO of Larson Electronics LLC. “It’s an excellent replacement for older light models that rack up electricity costs quickly and require more maintenance…