LED high bay

The LLHP by Columbia Lighting is a premium LED linear high-bay fixture designed for demanding environments like warehouses and manufacturing facilities.

04/08/2013


The LLHP by Columbia Lighting is a premium LED linear high-bay fixture designed for demanding environments like warehouses and manufacturing facilities. Courtesy: Columbia LightingThe LLHP by Columbia Lighting is a premium LED linear high-bay fixture designed for demanding environments like warehouses and manufacturing facilities. It provides up to 98 lumens/W at 70 CRI and has a 50,000-hr life span. The LLHP is made from anodized, extruded aluminum designed to absorb and deflect impact while also acting as a heat sink. The heat sink combines with a cool light engine and aluminum-clad LED driver enclosure to add strength and structural integrity while protecting against heat. The power supply is dual encased for maximum protection. It is available in 4000 or 5000 K with fixed output or 0 to 10 V dimming. 

Columbia Lighting 

www.columbialighting.com



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