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LED High Bay - EarthTronics - Facility Management Product Release
HBU Series LED High Bay in 4000K and 5000K delivers a higher lumen per watt output with Seoul chips, Mean Well drivers and DLC Premium certification that meets even higher efficacy and lumen maintenance requirements than past high bay models. The lightweight design and the standard mounting hook with a safety screw enable quick installation and retrofitting of interior spaces. The fixtures are stamped from 96 percent pure aluminum in a unique design and size that maximizes cooling providing a long life product with high lumen maintenance.
The HBU Series LED High Bay features an IP65 wet location use rating for exposed environments and are shipped complete with a 6-foot cord to enable easy installation. The LED driver is full functioning with 0-10V dimming on all models and is standard for 100 -277V operation. A 347-480V full functioning driver is available as well. The HBU series is DLC listed and provides a long-lasting, 50,000-hour life. The fixture can be installed to work on existing control systems.
Expanding its range of capabilities, the HBU series is also adaptable with optional add-ons, including the 70-degree aluminum reflector and a 90-degree acrylic prismatic reflector.
Design Light Consortium (DLC) listed.
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