Systems & Applications | Luminaires | High Bay | May 02, 2017

High Performance, Energy Saving LED Highbay Kit

Fulham, one of the leaders in LED drivers, has launched a new, high specification, LED highbay kit. Designed as a highest performing, energy saving solution for warehouse, factory and retail highbay luminaires, the new LED highbay kit will provide high specification features as standard, a wide array of CCT/CRI options, up to 119 Lumens per Watt and is guaranteed for five years.

The new kit comprises the Fulham Workhorse LED programmable driver, a ThoroLED constant current round LED module, lens, mounting collar, heat sink and driver housing.  The kit is compatible with the popular 822/825 and S22 acrylic refractors and is fully compatible with daylight harvesting controls, occupancies sensors and building management systems for even greater energy savings with its options of either 0-10V or DALI dimming.

It’s an ideal energy saving solution for replacing 100W, 150W, 250W and 400W HID Highbay applications.  Fulham’s LED Highbay Kit is available up to total luminaire power of 214W producing more than 25,400 luminaire lumens with options available including 6 colour temperatures from 2700K through to 5,700K and colour rendering options of 70, 80 or 90CRI.

Featuring universal AC voltage input from 120V to 277V 50/60Hz, built-in surge protection of 6kV and integrated NTC thermal management all as standard, the LED highbay kit provides a reliable and robust solution to support the qualified lumen maintenance of L70, per TM-21 @ 140,000hrs.

Further information on the LED Highbay Kit is available from Fulham on
+31 72 572 3000 by emailing europesales@fulham.com or visiting the company’s website at www.fulham.com

About Fulham
With headquarters in California, Fulham is a global manufacturer and supplier of intelligent and socially-conscious sustainable lighting components for OEM lighting fixtures manufacturers.  The company engages in research, development and product innovation, has worldwide manufacturing, and employs 800 people in North America, the Middle East, Europe, and Asia.  Its lighting components are featured in many lighting manufacturers’ luminaires including commercial and industrial, emergency, signage, refrigeration and street lighting.

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