Products, Materials & Tools | Aug 14, 2013

Dialight Reveals 107 Lumen per Watt LED High Bay with Integrated Long Life Power Supply

Dialight, the innovative global leader in LED lighting technology, today announced its innovation program has gained UL certification and CE compliance for its DuroSite® LED High Bay and Low Bay product portfolios for industrial applications with a new long life power supply. With efficiencies up to 107 lumens per Watt, the new power supply will be available in 17,000-3,800 lumen output fixture versions.

“This latest achievement in our LED power supply development gives our customers up to a 7% increase in efficiency across the high bay and low bay portfolio,” said Roy Burton, Dialight’s Group Chief Executive. “Backed by our comprehensive 10 year full performance warranty, our industrial lighting fixtures continue to be some of the most widely installed LED fixtures available today.”

Superior Innovation:
Dialight’s in-house power supply development is already proven to deliver extremely reliable and effective LED fixtures with significant benefits — superior lumen per Watt efficiency, high power factor, low THD, various input supply options and high transient surge protection. With full quality control over every component within the electronic system, Dialight’s designs are based on topologies and techniques developed over several years.

Efficiency and Lifetime:
Maintenance of conventional HID lighting fixtures in these rugged environments can be very costly — bulb changes require permitting, scaffolding to be erected, processes to be shut down and multiple personnel for safety and supervision. This can truly be seen in areas prone to extreme temperatures and shock or vibration. With conventional HID lighting proving to be unreliable in these conditions, the highly efficient Dialight high bay offers a rugged and durable fixture while providing a total cost of ownership savings.

This newly integrated solid state power supply is the latest innovation in Dialight’s rapid technology development program that has turned out a number of first-to-market technologies, including the first Class I, Div. 2 hazardous location certified high output LED fixture available with a 10 year full performance warranty.

For more information about Dialight’s complete line of LED lighting solutions-including IES files, LM79 reports and technical datasheets - visit www.dialight.com.


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