LEDtronics' LED bay lights are designed for both indoor and outdoor applications

LEDtronics Inc. introduces the UL-Listed HBL004 series of Low-Profile Bay Lights. They offer improved light output in a compact, lightweight body that delivers the longevity, premium performance, reliability, and energy-efficiency of LED lighting technology.

The series comes in four versatile fixtures ranging from only 60 to 200 watts for replacing 250 up to 600 watt old-technology Metal Halide and High-Pressure Sodium Bay Lights.

The UL-Listed Low-Profile Bay Lights weigh only 5 to 11 pounds! Because they are so light weight (as well as very shallow in depth), it allows for much easier installation. The lights come with a Yoke and an Eye bolt mounting system for multiple mounting configurations for any sort of indoor and outdoor application.

The IP66-rated fixtures have a durable, magnesium-alloy housing that allows for maximum flexibility and superior operation in every sort of application, both indoor and outdoor. They are manufactured for excellent performance in most all climates, including extreme temperatures and high-humidity environments.

The lights provide a 110° wide beam angle with a great light distribution pattern of uniform, Pure White 5000K illumination. The units have a flexible input voltage range of 100 to 277VAC, allowing for seamless integration into existing wiring systems. The lumens range from of 6,600 to 22,000.

The LEDtronics UL-Listed HBL004 series of Low-Profile LED Bay Lights come with a 5-year warranty. The series is available through LEDtronics distributors, and quantity discounts are available to qualified distributors.

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