Series Helios 190LM/W UFO High Bay Light
Helios is an economical UFO type LED High Bay Light, the radiator is made of high-quality ADC12 aluminum alloy die-casting, has a very good heat dissipation effect, the use of high luminous efficiency LED chips, the whole fixture efficiency reaches 190lm/W, as an industrial lighting lamp, it can be combined with motion sensor and daylight sensor to achieve the maximum energy saving.
- Watts: 100W,150W,200W
- Light Efficiency up to 190lm/w
- IK08, IP65 waterproof
- 70% energy saving, short ROI period
- Wide choice of optics for different lighting arrangement
- Hook Loop or Bracket mounting
- CE, ROHS certified
- Plug-in sensor
- Smart Control: 1-10V dimming, DALI control, Photocell, Motion/PIR sensor
|Series No||Series Helios|
|Input Voltage||100-240/277 VAC, 50 / 60 Hz|
|Surge Protection||4KV line-line, 6KV line-earth|
|CCT||3000K, 4000K, 5000K, 5700K|
|CRI||Ra>70 (Default) / Ra>80|
|Operating Temperature||-40°C to + 50°C|
|Beam Angle||60°, 90° or 110°|
|Mounting Option||Hook Loop, Various Brackets|
|Certification||CE, ROHS, LM80, TM-21|
|Control||DALI Dimmable, Motion/PIR Sensor, Non-Dimmable, 1-10V Dimmable|
What is UFO High Bay Light?
How do I choose high bay LED lights?
Wattage and Lumens – How to choose the right amount
10-15 feet — this height is ideal for 10,000 to 15,000 lumens.
15-20 feet — this height is ideal for lights of 16,000 to 20,000 lumens.
25-35 feet — 33,000 lumens is ideal for this height.
What is the difference between high bay and low bay?
How to Calculate the Numbers of UFO LED High Bay Lights I Need?
Usually, you need to select the lighting with the correct power depending on the lighting required for the scene and the height of the suspension. In different scenes, the required light level varies and the relevant parameters required to differ. It is advisable to check the IES file supplied with the UFO LED work light before purchasing it and to make calculations using specialist lighting software such as DIALux, AGI32, etc. When calculating the number of lights, you need to provide some basic parameters, such as the size of the room, the length, width and height, the illuminance required for the premises, etc. The IES file is entered into the software and the required lighting layout is planned. You can also view the lighting effects after installation, quickly and accurately.