Light Corp. Unveils New LED High Bay Light Fixtures

GRAND HAVEN — Light Corp., the Grand Haven-based developer of intelligent lighting energy management systems, has introduced a new line of LED high bay lighting systems called DayStar.

The product is designed, manufactured, and assembled from Light Corp.’s plant in Grand Haven.

The company says the DayStar is expected to reduce a plant’s lighting energy use by up to 95 percent.

The DayStar LED is available in nine 9 different packages in 22-inch or 44-inch lengths, with light output performance from 6,000 to 60,000 lumens, and efficacy over 110 lumens per watt. The productts also feature modular and adjustable LED light bars, tool-free serviceability, an L70 rated lifetime of more than 100,000 hours and a 10 year fixture warranty backed by Light Corp.

The DayStar is the first LED high bay fixture to offer fully built-in integration of Kanepi wireless controls. This allows a facility to use energy only when, where, and to what extent is needed, automatically through 0 to 100 percent digital dimming, with pre-programmed and reactive energy optimization strategies.

“The DayStar with Kanepi is a completely wireless control system,” said Light Corp. marketing strategist Justin Moorehead. “Other wireless systems can only offer the ability to control a group of light fixtures wirelessly, then require wired-in repeater hardware to communicate to the next group of fixtures. Kanepi users control the entire facility from their laptop with a simple interface, all wirelessly, one fixture talking to the next, with no other repeater hardware needed. These intelligent fixtures are installed like any other traditional light fixture, as if no controls were involved. The fixtures are simply hung and plugged in, in whichever order the contractor wants. We then take care of the rest giving you full control to group, schedule, dim, and sense motion and daylight. This provides an opportunity for today’s smart facility manager to reduce energy usage by up to 95 percent with a return on investment of
approximately 2 years.”

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