Big Ass Fans' High Bay LED represents the company’s first foray outside of fans
Big Ass Light by the company Big Ass Fans manufactures its product from a solid piece of anodized, extruded aluminum that includes ribbed fins at the top to further increase surface area. The design is constructed to allow the structure to act as a heat sink, moving heat away from the fixture and the LEDs.
Big Ass Light engineers designed the company’s High Bay LED fixture to have narrow, normal and wide trays, so customers can redirect light as their floor layouts change. Called a lumen maintenance tray, the patent-pending feature serves a dual purpose by also offering hassle-free cleaning. The lumen maintenance trays on the Big Ass Light fixture are made to protect the LEDs and can be wiped down or replaced to allow the light to again shine fully. The lens trays also are designed to protect the LEDs from common mishaps and hazards, such as forktrucks, reducing both the likelihood of damage and the need for replacement.
Big Ass Light engineered the Big Ass High Bay LED with an easy-access panel that allows users to swap out drivers and other components. The Big Ass High Bay LED is constructed and predicted to maintain 70 percent of its initial light output for up to 150,000 hours. The LEDs also is made to have efficiency of 110 lumens per watt.