High-bay LED luminaire

The Lambda High Bay is an LED luminaire designed to replace 400W HID in high-end retail, gymnasiums, and warehouses.


The Lambda High Bay is an LED luminaire designed to replace 400W HID in high-end retail, gymnasiums, and warehouses. Courtesy: EYE LightingThe Lambda High Bay from EYE Lighting is an LED luminaire designed to replace 400W HID. The Lambda is designed with a die-cast, magnesium alloy main housing with an extruded, aluminum driver housing. The housing design separates the driver compartment from the high-power 80 CRI COB array for thermal management. A Glow Ring provides 5.5% uplight to eliminate the cave effect. Remote-mount, step-down transformer accessories provide a solution for 347 or 480 V installations. Lower light levels can be achieved with easy-to-install dimming resistor packages. The Lambda is suitable for -30°C to 45°C ambient conditions and delivers an average of 24,000 lm at 215 W. The wide-beam optics combined with high efficacy allow the luminaire to operate effectively in high-end retail, gymnasiums, and warehouses.

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