New from Regiolux: The ‘worker’ high bay LED luminaire

The all-rounder for industry and commerce

New 'worker' LED high bay luminaires with the latest Individu-al.Lens.Optic from Regiolux achieves top marks in efficiency and cost-effectiveness in industry and commerce.
(PresseBox) ( Königsberg in Bayern, )
The new ‘worker’ high bay LED luminaire from Regiolux combines high efficiency and innovative lighting technology with ILO (Individual Lens Optic). This area luminaire fulfils almost all re-quirements in industry and commerce, in shopping malls, DIY stores and cold stores (down to -20 °C). Various versions are available for applications with high ambient temperatures. In all cases worker achieves very good glare control as each individual lens is precisely tailored to the LED. It opens up an enormous energy saving opportunity that can be further increased through dimming and through the use of lighting management systems.

The discrete, flat housing (59 mm high) is available in three dif-ferent lengths (700, 1,000 and 1,300 mm). It can be equipped to provide luminous fluxes of 14,700lm to 29,800lm to suit the respective application. High-quality LEDs in neutral white light (4,000 K) achieve good colour rendering (RA80) and guarantee an extremely long service life of 50,000 hours with a decline in luminous flux of just 20 percent.

The worker LED high bay luminaire offers the higher protection class IP54 and can be flexibly employed with three different light distributions (wide-beam, wide/narrow-beam and narrow-beam). The "High Output" version with maximum lumen package is suitable for ambient temperatures up to max. +35°C. The "High Temperature" version with slightly reduced lumen package is the right choice for higher ambient temperatures of up to +45°C. The worker luminaire is suitable for chain suspension and surface mounting.
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