LED high bay fixture

Orion Energy System's third generation ISON Class LED high bay fixture eclipsed the 200 LPW barrier and now delivers over 214 LPW.

10/07/2016


Orion Energy System's third generation ISON Class LED high bay fixture eclipsed the 200 LPW barrier and now delivers over 214 LPW. Courtesy: Orion Energy SystemsThe ISON Class Gen III High Bay will consume approximately 42% less energy than the average competitor's LED high bay fixture, Designing an LED high bay fixture that reached 200 LPW had been considered unattainable by the lighting industry and Orion is the first to surpass that barrier at 214 LPW. These increased efficiencies benefit facilities that have shorter hours of operation, lower utility rates, or are replacing fluorescent technology that is already more efficient than HID technology. Also, because of the modularity of the entire ISON LED High Bay suite of products, the prior generation Gen 2 ISONTM High Bay fixture that companies have installed in the past is now upgradable to the 214 LPW efficiency.

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