The Eagle LED High Bay is designed to dramatically lower the high maintenance costs associated with the HID lights typically used in high-ceiling applications.
- Energy and maintenance savings
- Comes with 5 year warranty
- Eliminates the relamping cycle through 50,000 hours
- Mounting bracket swivels up to 316° to enable a wide range of installation
The LED High Bay Light is designed to replace High Intensity Discharge (HID) lighting typically used in high ceiling industrial applications. But with 316° swiveling bracket mount, its utility moves beyond the indoors to virtually any indoor lighting project.
A powerful ventilation & thermal management system enables the Eagle LED High Bay to operate for upwards of 50,000 hours – over 300% the lifespan of a typical HID luminaire. And with a minimum Color Rendering Index of 70 (compared to HID average CRI 25) and instant-on capabilities with zero warm-up time, our LED high bay outperforms while it outlasts.
The accumulation of water vapor, solid particles, and oxidation (common byproducts of functioning electrical systems) can cloud the optics enclosing the LED and, worse, lead to premature failure for the entire unit. The Eagle LED High Bay is built with a smart vent made of microporous membranes which prevent the ingress of harmful dusts and gases – while allowing water vapor to escape.
Lightweight, Passive Heat Sink
As overheating is the main cause of premature electronic failure, a highly effective thermal management system is essential to the longevity of any LED light. Our finely machined aluminum heat sink maximizes air flow with minimal added weight. This passive cooling solution also avoids the added energy and maintenance requirements presented by fan cooled systems.
A high quality reflector maximizes useful lumens with 92% reflectance, while delivering focused, glare-free light.
We use a single, high-power Philips LUXEON LED in place of dozens of comparable lighting class LEDs to eliminate hot spots and chip-to-chip inconsistencies. Its Chip-on-Board (COB) construction reduces solder points, strengthening the overall form of the high bay.