Industrial High-Bay Luminaires Deliver Increased Lumens - Cree Inc. - Facility Management Product Release
Cree Inc. introduced the Cree HXB Series LED high bay luminaire, which operates in extreme ambient temperatures spanning -40-149 and delivering 70,000 lumens at up to 140 lumens per watt (LPW). The industry-leading luminaire can be mounted at heights of 30 feet and higher, and comes with optical options including flood and aisle distributions. The HXB High Bay Series brings Cree technology to new applications such as cold-storage spaces with sub-zero temperatures and high-heat climates like warehouses and airplane hangars. “Cree continues to provide better light experiences by delivering on the true potential of LED technology,” says David Elien, Cree senior vice president, lighting. “The HXB Series redefines the high-bay category with extraordinary rated lifetimes and industry-leading lumens per watt even in extreme operating temperatures that are found in distribution centers, gymnasiums and field house applications.”
The HXB Series withstands freezing cold and severe heat, all at less than half the weight and double the warranty of competing LED high-bay fixtures. It is precisely engineered for performance up to 100,000 hours of use, with a virtually maintenance-free design, zero restrike time and lightweight construction. A unique aluminum bonded zipper fin heat sink provides unmatched thermal management for long lifetime and exceptional efficacy in extreme operating temperatures. With less material than cast aluminum heat sinks, the HXB Series is half the weight of competing luminaires, for easier installation.
The series is available with 35,000 and 70,000 lumen output options of exceptional illumination performance, offering one-for-one replacement of 500 watt (W) and 1,000 W HID luminaires at color temps of 3, 500 Kelvin (K), 4,000 K or 5,000 K at up to and beyond 80 CRI. It is designed for simple installation with a universal mounting system, all wrapped in an attractive and unique two-piece impact-resistant polycarbonate glare shield available in translucent or opaque with an optional uplight feature.
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