Yes I donated this LED high bay bulb to my school district years ago. It’s the Briarcliff Manor School District.
First off, It was the start to their energy savings.
You see those are the big ones. The Round High Bays and Low Bays!
Round LED high bay light engines designed for junction/pendant mount offer up to 100,000 life hours with 18,000-24,000 initial lumens. Dimmable high bay fixtures are not affected by frequent on-off cycles and won’t lose lifespan when used with motion sensors. Common applications include retail stores, warehouses, gyms, industrial areas, and commercial buildings. 80 CRI is superior color rendering compared to traditional lighting. Shop for natural white 4000K and sunlight equivalent 5000K color temperatures.
LED Shop Lights
There are many features that separate LED shop lights from traditional models. They have a reputation for excellence achieved through years of innovation and quality design that has enabled them to outperform competing models with ease. Our LED high bay lights are specifically designed for taller ceilings and larger areas. They focus light more directly to create powerful illumination at a long range.
This makes them perfect for commercial and industrial applications such as warehouses and retail stores. While there are many options when it comes to installing light fixtures in your building, choosing LED technology will give you a better experience that you will never regret.
LED in Schools save Taxpayer Dollars
So America. Get Ready to be lit by LED and save taxpayers and people trillions. This bulb is 52 watts and replaces a 172 watt bulb. Viva!!
I mean compared to metal halide and other common industrial lighting technologies, LED lights start up faster, last significantly longer, and are less susceptible to lumen depreciation. They are also much easier to dim or use with motion/occupancy sensors than HID or linear fluorescents. And then, of course, there’s the energy—and energy bill—savings. This savings is especially noticeable with high-intensity lights, like parking lot and street lights—and high bays.