LED UFO High Bay Light 150W With Motion Sensor 5000K


LED UFO High Bay Light 150W With Motion Sensor 5000K

$137.50 $107.50

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Colour Temp5000k
Lamp PaintBlack
Input Volt100-277vac
Motion SensorYes
Lumens130lm/w, Total: 19500lumens
Model NOBB-GKD-150W-E3
Beam Angle90°
The Dimensions340mmx181mm(Round Driver)
340mmx164mm(Square Driver)

LED UFO High Bay Light 150W With Motion Sensor 5000K ,19500lm,130lumen per watt replacing 400W HPS/MH Bulbs Equiv,3-step dimming fuction,the ideal replacement for Induction lamp,metal halide or HID lamp,pure aluminum heat sink,for workshop,warehouse,indoor stadium,factories,stockrooms,supermarkets,gyms,gas stations,warehouses,and other places that may need lighting.

1. Beam angle: 120 degrees
2. It’s major to replace the 300Watt MH/HID/HPS/CFL
3. Precision Die Cast Aluminum Housing
4. Fade Resistant Powder Coat Finish
5. Energy saving up to 70%-80%
6. Wide colour availability in degrees
7. 50,000 hours, 5 Years Warranty
8. It is an ideal replacement for Induction lamp, metal halide or HID lamp
9. UL listed power supply
10. Wireless Dimming Controlling LED Lighting System Optional

Additional information

Dimensions 39 × 39 × 19 cm

2 reviews for LED UFO High Bay Light 150W With Motion Sensor 5000K

  1. 5 out of 5

    I ordered 8 of these for my shop. I have then mounted in a shop that is 54×72. the lights are at about 13.5′ from the floor. So far I am very happy with them. They were delivered fast and all lights were in great condition when opened. They are very east to mount and wire in. Lots of light without lots of glare. I did not put them on dimmer switch. I was worried they would be too bright but they are perfect.

  2. 5 out of 5

    We bought this light and another that listed for 50% more to compare before buying more. They were comparable in appearance. We used a very sophisticated method of determining which light was brighter. With a bald employee standing in the middle between the lights there was an obvious difference in the amount of light reflecting off his head on one side. This light was brighter. 😉

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