3 common problems of LED high bay lighting

Although these types of LED high bay lights are ubiquitous, there are still some inherent characteristics that can cause problems. Below we will introduce the three most common characteristics: energy costs, maintenance costs and overall lighting performance.

Lighting performance

The characteristics of led high bay lighting and low bay lighting may be different, depending on the type of lighting installed in the facility. Metal halide lamps produce a "white" type of light, but these types of led high-bay lamps tend to accelerate lumen decay, which means that after initial installation, the light output of the lamp will drop rapidly. You may have seen these led high bay lights present a very "pink" light. In operation, they hardly provide any light on the intended surface below.

Energy cost

High and low shed lights range from 100 watts to 400 watts, depending on the lighting equipment and application. Generally speaking, the higher the optical power, the higher the optical output. The variable here is a function of the illuminated area and is combined with the height of the ceiling and fixtures. These factors all play a role in the power used.

in conclusion

As we have seen: the high energy costs associated with metal halides and high-pressure sodium lamps, frequent maintenance costs and overall lighting performance issues. In addition to the total lamp life issues, these issues should also prompt people to evaluate alternative lighting solutions for your facility.

If you have any questions about the organization's LED high bay lights, please contact Adiding Lighting immediately. We are happy to come out and evaluate your space for free.

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