Bay lights are light fixtures with high power wattage requirements. More often than not, bay lights are installed in ceilings over 12 feet in height and produce over 8000 lumens.
Often refered to as High and Low Bay lighting, High Bay lights usually have a beam angle of 90 degrees and are found at a ceiling height of over 20 feet, Low Bay Lights, however are installed between 12 and 15 feet from the floor with a 120-degree beam angle.
There are quite a few variations of Bay light shapes, one of the most popular being the circular UFO High Bay, and the Linear High Bay which can be either square or rectangular.
A lighting engineer will typically pick a light fixture shape based on the type of lighting foot-print or coverage they're attempting to achieve--although when it's all said and done, what matters most is the aesthetic and look that you are most accustomed to.
A retrofit kit allows you to convert your high bay lights to LED without having to replace all the existing fixtures. A shoebox light fixture sees use in many indoor and outdoor applications, and makes a perfect place to convert to LED lights.
High Bay and Low Bay make up the two types of bay lights. High bay fixtures go on ceilings greater than 20 feet, while low bay fixtures go on ceilings between 12 and 20 feet.
Convert your high bay lights to LEDs to see the benefits LED technology offers. Read about the pros and cons of each different process to find the one that works best for you.
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