Product News: Electrical Equipment & Systems
LED High Bay offers projected life of 100,000 hours.
Press Release Summary:
February 12, 2014 - Designed to replace inefficient metal halide and fluorescent high bays, LLHV VersaBay® comes in 3 lumen packages of 12,000 lm at 109 W for low mounts ranging from 12-20 ft, 18,000 lm at 155 W for 15-30 ft heights, and 24,000 lm at 236 W for applications up to 40 ft. Unit features acrylic or polycarbonate lens and wire guard for protection. Available in narrow distributions for racks and wide distributions for open areas, fixture offers CRI of 83+ and CCT of 3,500, 4,000, or 5,000 K.
Original Press Release
Columbia Lighting Unveils a Gamechanger--New LLHV LED VersaBay® High Bay
Press release date: February 10, 2014
Greenville, SC – Hubbell Lighting, a world leader in lighting innovation, announced today an ultra-efficient choice for one-for-one replacements of outdated and inefficient metal halide and fluorescent high bays—Columbia Lighting’s LLHV VersaBay® LED High Bay. With energy use 48% below comparable HID and a payback period of less than two years—now is the time for an LED retrofit.
Available in three lumen packages for a variety of mounting heights, the low profile LLHV uniformly illuminates warehouses, manufacturing facilities, gymnasiums, convention centers and other large, open commercial spaces. The LLHV provides the same consistent and quality light over a long life of 60,000 at L80 hours with a projected life of 100,000 hours, making maintenance and replacement costs almost disappear.
Unlike other LED high bays on the market, the LLHV is offered with the three most popular color temperatures for the locations in which it is installed: 3500K, 4000K or 5000K. Additionally, the LLHV is available in both narrow distributions for racks, and wide distributions for open areas. Installations are quick and simple with hanging system selections that include chain, tong, or aircraft cable mounting. A factory installed acrylic or polycarbonate clear or frosted lens and wire guard protects the fixture from being struck by objects.
With a CRI of 83+, the LLHV provides uniform color rendering that makes a real difference—signs are highlighted, labels are clearer, sports uniforms are brighter, and materials are easier to differentiate.
The LLHV’s three lumen packages include: 12,000 lumens at 109W (110 LPW with configurations up to 119 LPW) for low mounts that range from 12’-20’, 18,000 lumens at 155W (116 LPW) for medium heights of 15’-30’, and 24,000 lumens at 236W (102 LPW) for high applications up to 40’. These high efficacies and astoundingly low energy requirements provide a typical ROI of 2 years or less when replacing 400W metal halides.
The LLHV is DLC qualified for utility rebates and Hubbell Lighting’s innovative Cash Flow Positive program can provide funding opportunities for LLHV relighting projects. To learn more about financing options that keep dollars in your pocket, please visit: www.hubbelllighting.com/resources/financing/.
Columbia Lighting stands behind the high quality and reliability of its new LLHV offering a five-year warranty. To learn more about Columbia Lighting’s new LLHV LED VersaBay® High Bay, please visit www.columbialighting.com/. Also, follow Columbia Lighting on Twitter and Facebook.
About Hubbell Lighting
Hubbell Lighting is one of the largest lighting fixture manufacturers in North America. The company provides a full range of indoor and outdoor lighting products serving the commercial, industrial, institutional, and residential markets. Hubbell Lighting brands include Alera Lighting, Architectural Area Lighting, Beacon Products, Columbia Lighting, Compass Products, Devine Lighting, Dual-Lite, HomeStyle Lighting, Hubbell Building Automation, Hubbell Industrial Lighting, Hubbell Outdoor Lighting, Kim Lighting, Kurt Versen, Prescolite, Progress Lighting, Security Lighting, Spaulding Lighting, Sportsliter Solutions, Sterner Lighting Systems, Thomasville Lighting, and Whiteway. Hubbell Lighting: one name, distinctive brands, limitless lighting possibilities. For additional information, please visit www.hubbelllighting.com and follow Hubbell Lighting on YouTube, Twitter and Facebook.