Proteon LED high bay

Acuity Brands offers the PROTEON LED high bay for indoor ambient lighting.

04/04/2012


Acuity Brands has expanded its LED indoor ambient lighting portfolio with the launch of the PROTEON LED high bay from Lithonia Lighting. The PROTEON luminaire can replace high intensity discharge (HID), fluorescent, and induction high bay fixtures in manufacturing, warehousing, cold storage, commercial, retail, and other large indoor spaces. 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. Featuring focus, narrow, wide, and spread distributions, the PROTEON LED luminaire meets both horizontal and vertical light level requirements as determined by the Illuminating Engineering Society (IES). The product comes standard with a semi-diffuse lens to reduce glare. For additional glare control, a highly diffused lens is available. 

Acuity Brands Inc. 

www.acuitybrands.com



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