Cold Forged LED Fixture Cranks Out The Lumens

Larson Electronics’ GAU-HB-30L-LED-WP-MS-WCM 150W high bay LED light fixture produces 22,500 lumens of white light and operates on 100 to 4,277 Vac. A cold forged LED fixture, the unit is workable for outdoor lighting, wet locations, commercial spaces, offices, medical centers and general-lighting applications. With a 50,000+ hour rated lifespan with a CRI of 80, the circular fixture produces a 90º beam angle with color temperature options of 3000K, 4000K, 5000K or 5700K.


Additionally, this unit was made using cold forging technique that enhances thermal resistance. A microwave motion/occupancy sensor is available for automating operation. The GAU-HB-30L-LED-WP-MS-WCM high bay light fixture is IP65 rated, weighs 5.24 lbs., and can be hook, bracket, and pipe mounted. “A cold foraged lamp will always have a few additional benefits then a hot foraged lamp,” said Rob Bresnahan, CEO of Larson Electronics LLC. “Cold foraging is a process that deforms the metal while it is below its recrystallization point and requires little to no finishing work. This makes a fixture less expensive to produce and less susceptible to contamination, resulting in a more durable unit.”

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Need more information and specs? Then freely peruse the GAU-HB-30L-LED-WP-MS-WCM datasheet.


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