LED luminaire

Lithonia's PROTEON LED luminaire offers one-for-one replacement of HID and fluorescent fixtures.

02/24/2012


The PROTEON LED luminaire by Lithonia offers one-for-one replacement of HID and fluorescent fixtures. The PROTEON LED high bay is for indoor spaces with mounting heights ranging from 15 to 40 ft and ambient temperatures between -4 and 131 F. Using a robust aluminum extruded heat sink, the fixture provides superior thermal management to reduce operating temperatures. The product comes standard with a semi-diffuse lens to reduce glare. For additional glare control, a highly-diffused lens is available. The PROTEON fixture features a custom light engine specifically designed for the lumen requirements of high bay lighting to achieve optimal performance and reliability. Using pluggable connectors, electrical components are securely mounted to a removable, maintenance-friendly tray. Optional controls offer additional energy savings and can extend the life of the PROTEON LED high bay. Advanced features include the ability to group fixtures, adjust dim levels, schedule operation, and monitor status.

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