150W High Bay Lamp LED
Product Name: 150W High Bay Lamp LED
Product Code: HSL-HB150WU
IP Rate: IP67
Power: 150 Watts
Input Voltage: AC 90-305V 50/60Hz
Power Factor(PF): >0.9
LED driver: MeanWell
LED Source: SMD3030 Philip chip OR LG chip
Lumen Flux: 18000LM +/-3% OR 16500LM +/-3%
Lumen Efficiency: 120lm/W OR 110lm/W
CRI (Ra): >80Ra (If only Ra>70, the lamp will be more brighter)
Beam Angle: 60, 90, 120 degrees
Cover Type: Glass cover or PMMA lens
Color Temperature: WW, NW,PW,CW
Materials: Precision casting Aluminium
150W High Bay Lamp LED
Patented design, cooling fins ensure LED junction temperature below 85°, the maximum power up to 250W, long life of 50,000 hours.
Philips 3030 LED, the entire lighting efficiency reaches 120-135LM / W, CRI> 80.
The whole lamp shape beautiful dustproof, waterproof rating IP67.
High-efficiency power supply, input voltage of 90-305VAC, and adopted the CE, RoHS and FCC certification.
Widely used as commercial, industrial accent lighting, such as Supermarkets, Warehouse, Manufacturing, Food Processing, Cold Storage ,Fuel Pump, Canopy, Marine, Canopy,Gymnasium,Tunnels,Silo and so on.
Q: Could I get a sample?
A: Email us all the detailed requirements of samples and a courier account number like DHL, Fedex, UPS, TNT, etc. We will arrange the samples with sample fee. The sample fee will be deducted after following orders.
Q: Can I use a LED corn bulb with a dimmer switch?
A: Currently LED corn bulb have 12W dimmer designed available. To use a LED bulb on a dimmer switch, you must indicates buy dimmable designed LED bulb which was specially designed for use with dimming switches. We do not recommend using regular LED bulbs with dimming switches, since this can shorten bulb life, or even burned LED lamp. Please notice if you use regular corn LED bulb with a dimmer with all nullify the bulb’s warranty.
Q: What does LED stand for?
A: LED stands for “Light Emitting Diode”. Light Emitting Diodes, as the name states - are diodes. A diode is a semi-conductor device that permits current flow in one direction. Semiconductor diodes are a junction of two materials. One material has a surplus of positive charge (holes), and the other a surplus of negative charge (electrons). When one applies a forward voltage, the electrons and holes are brought together. They combine and release light energy - the 'light emitting' part of the name.