More about UFO LED High Bay Lights and a great new addition
As most people know and become aware of their lighting needs, there are different types of Luminaires and we would like to discuss a little about LED High Bay Lights, (powerful lights generally used to lit up larger areas with higher ceilings including light emitting diodes in their structure) there is a specific type of Led high bay lights which are very popular for their use in shops, warehouses, factories, temples, indoor sport fields, etc., they are called UFO High Bay Lights. This type of LED High Bay Lights is called that way due to its round shape and similar look to UFOs (unidentified flying object, an object seen in the sky that is thought to be a spacecraft from another planet as defined in the Cambridge English Dictionary), they are also called Monopoint or Round High Bay Lights. UFO LED High Bay Lights are recommended for higher ceilings 10’ to 35’, for better results the fixtures shouldn’t be far apart from each other. Another thing to keep in mind is that UFO high bay lights are great for open areas such as factory floors or sport fields. Just recently Hyperlite has added a new line of UFO High Bay Lights to their arsenal, the Tale Series High Bay Lights, which share a similar industrial look as the Hero Series High Bay Light and similar great features. Tale Series uses electric energy very efficiently it has a 140 Lumens per Watt ratio. You can get lots of light, Tale Series are quite versatile they come in the CCT 5000K true white color version, and you have four different wattage options 100W, 150W, 200W, and 250W producing from 14000lm to 35000lm. Each Tale Series High Bay Light can be equipped with a motion sensor thus improving the fixture efficiency. Through its exclusive accessory “Motion Sensor – Will Series” you can dim each light with stand-by dim levels from 10% to 50%, you can get hold times of 5s, 30s, 1min, 5min, 10min, 20min and 30 min. And of course you can just use the Tale Series High Bay Light as regular high bay without using the motion sensor turning it on and off by connecting it to a switch.