LED high-bay series

The Metalux HB LED series by Cooper Lighting features precision designed optics that are available in multiple distributions, three lumen packages, and two color temperatures.

04/08/2013


The Metalux HB LED series by Cooper Lighting features precision designed optics that are available in multiple distributions, three lumen packages, and two color temperatures. Courtesy: Cooper LightingThe Metalux HB LED series by Cooper Lighting features precision designed optics that are available in multiple distributions, three lumen packages (9000, 18,000, and 23,000), and two color temperatures (4000 and 5000 K). The HB LED is designed to satisfy multiple mounting heights—even some low-bay applications. The low-power, low-brightness LED module assembly offers exceptional optical performance with the enhanced benefits of LED lighting, including energy savings, extended system life, and a reduced carbon footprint. The HB LED offers 91+ lumens/W and features both general and aisle distributions and has a 55 C ambient rating, and 80+ CRI. 

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