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    Stars and Stripes Lighting's collection of LED high bay lights are perfect for adding bright illumination to large indoor spaces. We offfer commercial grade high bay lights in linear and UFO styles. Replacing existing HID high bay fixtures with our LED lights will help reduce energy costs up to 80%, eliminate operational delays, cut routine maintenance costs, and improve overall lighting conditions. Stars and Stripes Lighting's high bay LED lights are ideal for warehouses, gymnasiums, manufacturing facilities, and other industrial and commercial applications with high ceilings.

    ABOUT HIGH BAY LIGHTS

    LED high bay lights make the process of illuminating large indoor spaces more efficient and easier than ever. They're ideal for indoor spaces with high ceilings (typically 15-50 feet). Usually when it comes to higher ceiling applications, there is more space that needs light, so it's very important that these fixtures are capable of providing bright and powerful light to large areas.

    Generally, high bay LED lights are commonly used in commercial and industrial settings. They often can be seen in large recreational facilities, storage warehouses and manufacturing and assembly plants, or can be incredibly useful in hard-to-reach areas where reliability is important, meaning they need a lighting solution that is long-lasting and maintenance-free. Installing new or switching to high bay LED light fixtures is a smart, economical solution that will save long-term over fluorescent and metal halide alternatives. These fixtures have incredibly fast start times, with high quality light output with reduced electricity usage.

    There are a wide range of features that distinguish LED high bays from traditional models. Over the years they have developed an excellent reputation for their quality design and constant innovation that have allowed them to outperform comparable models. LED high bay lighting is designed to provide clear, uniform illumination without generating unwanted glare. There are several add-on accessories such as reflectors that allow these fixtures to achieve different lighting results as well. For example, aluminum reflectors will help the light provided from the fixtures to project directly downward toward the floor, whereas prismatic reflectors help to create more diffused lighting that is most suitable for illumination elevated objects or shelves within a space. Compared to other light sources, LEDs have a significantly longer life in addition to their efficiency, helping to reduce monthly energy costs.

    LED high bay fixtures are available in linear and UFO styles, with some models being designed for use in a specific environment, such as wet and hazardous locations. For example, our wet location rated high bays are perfect for barns and other harsh environments, thanks to their completely sealed housing and impact resistant lenses. If you're looking for something to check all the boxes, high bay UFO LED fixtures are becoming more and more popular for lighting retail stores to gas station canopies, even indoor horse riding arenas.

    High bay LED lights are also environmentally friendly, no mercury or harmful UV rays are emitted, which makes them a safe option in terms of health for employees. By choosing to go with LED high bay fixtures for your application, you'll spend less time on maintenance while saving on monthly utility costs, which will be a win-win for your business.

    FAQS ABOUT High Bay Lights

    High bay lights make the process of illuminating large indoor spaces more efficient and easier than ever. They're ideal for indoor spaces with high ceilings (typically 15-50 feet). Usually when it comes to higher ceiling applications, there is more space that needs light, so it's very important that these fixtures are capable of providing bright and powerful light to large areas.

    There are numerous types of fixtures available when it comes to high bay lights. These include LED lights, metal halide (HID) lights, induction lights, and fluorescent lights. For example, LED lights offer extremely long life and energy efficiency. However, they typically require a larger initial investment up-front. Traditional HID and fluorescent lights are less expensive initially, they don't last as long (requiring constant maintenance) and require more energy to operate.

    Aside from the various costs and efficiencies, there are also two different styles of LED high bay lights available, UFO and linear. Both offer their own unique light qualities and coverage styles. Selecting the type of light that would be best for you really depends on your personal tastes and what tasks you'll be performing in the area they're installed in.

    Generally, high bay lights are commonly used in commercial and industrial settings. They often can be seen in large recreational facilities, storage warehouses and manufacturing and assembly plants, or can be incredibly useful in hard-to-reach areas where reliability is important, meaning they need a lighting solution that is long-lasting and maintenance-free.

    Determining how many high bay lights you need comes down to two important factors, are they for a retrofit installation or for a new installation.

    When it comes to a retrofit installation, you need to take note of what type and how many fixtures you currently have installed. Since LED lights require less energy to deliver the same kind of light output as HID, or metal halide, chances are you do not want to base your decision on wattage. For example, a 400-watt high bay with LED technology produces the same light output as a traditional 1000-watt high bay with HID technology. So if you have 10 - 1000-watt HID high bays in your space, you would want to replace them with 10 - 400-watt LED high bays to ensure you have the same amount of light as before.

    Now, if you are working on a new installation project its a little bit different. For instance, if you're going with high bay lights with LED technology then you would look at the lumen output they produce. Here are some examples:

    • 20-29 feet you will need a high bay light that produces 20,000 to 29,000 lumens

    • 30-39 feet you will need a high bay light that produces 30,000 to 39,000 lumens

    • 40-49 feet you will need a high bay light that produces 40,000 to 49,000 lumens

    The correct spacing of high bay lights is an important factor in determining how the light output will be dispersed throughout an area. Below are some examples of some spacing options to get the best light output for your space:

    • At a mounting height of 20-feet, if the high bay lights are spaced every 15-feet, the light output would be bright. If you space them every 18-feet apart, the light output would be normal or adequate.

    • At a mounting height of 30-feet, you can bump the spacing up to 20-feet apart and still have a bright light output. However, if your just looking for a normal light output, then 25-feet spacing would be sufficient.

    Here are some of the benefits provided by LED high bay lights:

    • 0-10V Dimming, Dim-to-Off
    • 120-277V
    • Compatible with emergency LED drivers
    • −40°C/−40°F to 50°C/122°F Operating Temperature
    • High efficacy
    • Reduce energy costs by up to 80% compared to high wattage fixtures
    • Cut maintenance costs associated with short-life bulbs
    • Eliminate operational delays caused by warm-up and re-strike times
    • Avoid safety concerns created by poor lighting conditions
    • cULus Listed
    • DLC Listed
    • 100,000 Rated Hours
    • 5 & 10 Year Warranties

    NEED ADDITIONAL HELP WITH HIGH BAY LIGHTS?

    Here at Stars and Stripes Lighting, we pride ourselves on helping our customers find the best and most appropriate high bay lights that will best suit their needs. If your still unsure on which or how many high bay light fixtures you need for your application, let one of our lighting specialists help you today. We can provide you with additional information, so you'll get the best high bay lighting for your application. If you have additional questions about high bay lights feel free to reach out to one of our lighting experts, we're here to help.