LED High Bay with Motion Sensor
Our 150w 200w 240w UFO LED high bay with motion sensor are 400w-1000w replacement of metal halide, high pressure sodium highbay or t5 t8 fluorescent light fixture for residential and industrial bay lighting.
|Item||UFO LED High Bay Lights with Motion Sensor|
|Input voltage||100-277VAC 50/60HZ|
|CCT||5000K daylight white|
|Chip brand||Philips Lumileds SMD 3030 LEDs|
|Driver brand||Sosen driver|
|Housing finish color||black housing|
|Housing material||die cast aluminum alloy|
|Diffuser||clear PC cover|
|IP grade||IP66 waterproof for wet location|
|Mount||chain mounted / hooks mounted|
|Motion sensor||Yes, microwave sensor, motion detective.|
|Equivalent of HID||400w-600w MH HPS equal||600w-800w MH HPS equal||800w-1000w MH HPS equal|
|Beam angle||120 degree|
|Certificate||CE RoHS, ETL/cETL certified, DLC premium listed|
As interior low bay and high bay lighting in many places
- Manufacturing facility, warehouse lighting ;
- Supermarket, grocery store, exhibition hall, logistics distribution center, convention center, casinos lighting ;
- Indoor garage gym lighting, indoor sport like residential basketball court lighting, natatorium lighting ;
- Gas station, airport, train station lighting, aviation aircraft parking lighting ;
- High ceiling barn lighting
Frequently Asked Questions
What LED dimmer to use for the UFO high bay ?
Our UFO high bay LED can be compatible with 0-10V or 1-10v dimmer, we recommend to use Lutron DVSTV dimmer.
What is the mounting height of this UFO high bay fixtures ?
Below is the mounting height instruction FYI:
150W — 15ft- 20ft
200W — 20ft-25ft
240W — 25ft-30ft
What is the cord length of this UFO LED lamp?
It is 6ft long, no need to buy any connector to prolong it
Do you have remote control panel for this UFO highbay ?
Yes, we have remote optional to change its default setting. If you need it, please feel free to email us.
What is UFO emergency light meaning ?
It means when the line power is off, the high bay UFO will not go out because it has a battery backup as a temporary power for emergency lighting