New high bay lamps from EarthTronics

NORTON SHORES–The LED lighting manufacturer EarthTronics has introduced a new high bay premium lighting series that offers high energy efficiency and a glare control lens to improve lighting in manufacturing plants, warehouses, auditoriums, cafeterias, and gymnasiums.

Available at a cool white light temperature of 5,000 degrees Kelvin with a color rendering index above 80 ti improve visual acuity, the high bay premium series provides 150 lumens per watt. The series is available in four wattages and lumen levels of 92, 135, 185 and 270 watts delivering 13,800, 20,250, 27,750 and 40,500 lumens respectively.

The high bay premium series is available with Bluetooth controls and accepts external sensors with capabilities ranging from simple occupancy sensing to group mesh control to maximize energy savings. The Series includes 120 to 277 volt operation with zero to 10 volt dimming, and is designed to work with customized controls for daylight harvesting to meet specific energy codes. Surge protection is standard on the fixtures and an emergency back-up driver is available.

With its lightweight, compact design and steel housing, the High Bay Premium Series is built to perform in extreme temperature ranges, operating from -20°C (-4°F) to 50°C (122°F). These fixtures are UL and RoHS listed and meet efficiency standards required by utilities for li rebate programs. Suitable for damp locations, they have a performance life of 100,000 hours (L70) and come with a five-year warranty.

For more information about the High Bay Premium Series from EarthTronics, visit visit this link, or call (866) 632-7840.

EarthTronics offers high-performance EarthBulb LED light bulbs, T8 and T5 linear LEDs, and LED fixtures that are designed for commercial buildings, hotels, restaurants, retail stores and residential homes. More information can be found at

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