LED High Bay Fixtures Made in USA + 10 Year Warranty
See LED High Bay Fixtures that are Made in USA with the strongest 10 Year Warranty and the Lowest Total Cost of Ownership from one of the leading American LED Light Manufacturers. The one shown here includes a high impact resistant cage for gymnasiums and industrial facilities.
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LED High Bay Fixture Series to Replace Metal Halide and Fluorescent Fixtures
Metal Halide wattage levels are typically 250 Watts, 400 Watts, and 1,000 Watts. We can save 50% and even more with advanced optics and reflectors. We also deliver high ROI over fluorescent multi-tube fixtures. Our American made LED High Bay Fixtures are more efficient and last longer than imported LED products. We offer the most reliable and cost-effective LED High Bay Fixture solutions on the market.
The “Best Built” Independence LED linear module is the light engine that drives the vehicle of efficiency for these LED High Bay fixtures. The linear form factor is ideal for thermal management and performance. We typically outperform the LED competition by 20% in efficiency and cost reduction. While the LED industry scrambles to create new fixtures that are cast aluminum, Independence LED uses aircraft grade extruded aluminum that is less porous and more conductive.LED HIGH BAYS Fixtures:
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New: LED Rental Center – This is Ideal for immediate energy savings without any upfront costs or ‘on balance sheet’ financing obligations. Your savings simply exceeds the monthly expense.
High Efficiency: Industry leading lumens / watt with each new generation of product releases
The Strongest Warranty: 10 Years without any restrictive “fine print” that limits your protection
The Best Thermal Management: Deep Fin Aircraft Grade Aluminum Heat Sinks
Rebate Ready: DesignLights Consortium (DLC) Qualified Products List
UL Certification: Underwriters Laboratories (UL) Classified, not just Listed
Dimmable: Yes – Standard
Drivers: External and Smart Control Enabled
Manufactured in: U.S.A
Wattage Options: See the Spec Sheets for the broad range of options.
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Color and CRI Choices:
Our LED High Bay Fixtures come standard in 5000K color temperature, which is the bright white that is most commonly requested by end users and members of our Authorized Reseller network. Upon request, we produce 3500K and 4000K LED high bays, and we provide clear or frosted lens tubes. The clear lens LED tubes within the high bay are the default, because they emit more light than the frosted lens tubes. The standard high bay Color Rendering Index (CRI) is 70 to meet the requirements of the DesignLights Consortium (DLC) Qualified Products List. Special order CRI 85 tubes are also available for our LED high bays. We have produced high CRI fixtures for a national chain big box retail assessment program that also included warm 3000K color. Recently, a distributor from Ireland also requested a high CRI fixture for a massive food processing plant, so we expect to make the CRI 85 standard as demand increases.
Dimmability comes standard. Plus, each fixture is “Smart Control Enabled “ to work with sensors. This empowers facility owners and operators to incorporate optional sensors that turn on the fixtures or increase the light levels only when the designated area is in use. The most common use of sensors for industrial high bays is when a forklift truck turns from a major artery into an aisle. on the ramps leading up or down to a given level or at an elevator or stair triggered by pedestrians. The net result is a further reduction in energy costs, given that the LED parking garage fixtures are only operating at full capacity when the needed area is in use. Light harvesting is increasingly popular, and photocells can measure ambient light levels to dim back certain fixtures near skylights on sunny days while alternatively increasing output on overcast days. This LED intelligence reflects enables a new generation of smart high bay facilities to adapt to conditions from occupancy to seasonality. Strobing is also now possible to send alerts via the LED lighting systems across the high bay facility. This is a life safety benefit for situations such as evacuation in the event of industrial toxic leaks or other emergencies.
Beam Angle Adjustment is an excellent advantage for owners and operators of properties with high bays. Our Independence LED tubes are powered by an external “independent” driver, which means that that we are able to bypass the fixture tombstones and allow rotation at installation or anytime afterwards. This is a particularly relevant benefit to increase light distribution at the top of shelving racks for warehouse or retail big box stores. Forklift truck operators can more easily see the box or palette labels with adequate light. Given that the Independence LED high bays have multiple tubes, the outer edge tubes can rotate toward the higher level storage, while the inner tubes can illuminate the mid and low level storage as well as the aisles. Certain facilities require vapor tight vs open fixtures, and Independence LED delivers on the requirements. Our Underwriters Laboratories (UL) fixtures are not just “Listed” but “Classified”. This means that we have the ability to go beyond the standard open fixture to provide our high performance tubes in any UL fixture. The flexibility is key in the case of sports facilities that often require a caged fixture. Unconditioned high bay facilities, especially in warm climates often generate extreme heat at the ceiling, and the Independence LED high bay fixture can withstand heat up to 140 degrees Fahrenheit while other LED fixtures max out at 122 degrees Fahrenheit. Independence LED fixtures can perform in high heat environments due to the advanced thermal management of the extruded aircraft grade aluminum vs. the more porous and less conductive cast aluminum used in competing fixtures.