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How to Choose the Best High Bay LED Lights

Maybe you're starting to replace Metal Halide / High-Pressure Sodium / HID fixtures with High Bay LED Lights. When selecting new indoor LED High Bay Fixtures as your lighting option, here are the equivalent LED lumens for each common HID wattage fixture.

Replace 400 Watts Metal Halide - 15,000 to 30,000 lumens LED
Replace 1000 Watts Metal Halide - 40,000 to 60,000 lumens LED
Replace 1500 Watts Metal Halide - 60,000 to 90,000 lumens LED

You can determine the specific output by understanding the following:

  1. What is the current wattage?
  2. How many High Bay Lights are there?
  3. How high are the high bay lights mounted?
  4. What is the space used for?

Choose a LED Bay Lights Style

UFO High Bays: Round LED UFO Fixtures are perfect to replace Metal Halide / HID high bay light fixtures. High Impact Rated and waterproof. Perfect for higher ceilings.
LED Linear High Bays: Panel-style LED Linear High Bays are a great replacement for fluorescent / T5 fixtures. Great Light distribution.
Low Bays: Lower-powered bay fixtures designed for ceiling heights < 20 feet.

Select the Proper High Bay LED Lights Features

Voltage: 100-277V or 277-480V. Our UFO High Bays automatically switch to your input voltage.

Wattage Adjustable: Some of our High Bays are wattage adjustable. This means you can select the power and light output of the fixture post-installation.

Mounting Options: Eye Hook, Pendant Mount, Ceiling Mount, or Wire/Cable Suspension

Motion Sensor: Dim the lights when the room is empty using either a PIR or microwave motion sensor

Color Temperature: 4000K or 5000K. Some of our High Bays are color-selectable. You can choose the color temperature after you install it.

Beam Angle: 120 degrees standard, 90 or 60 degrees for higher ceilings. Used to focus light. We even have a UFO HB4 fixture that allows you to twist the optic to the desired beam angle that works best for you.

Cotton Ginning LED Lighting

Benefits of LED High Bay Lighting - Besides Energy Efficiency

Long Life: Years of maintenance-free life without bulb or ballast changes reducing or eliminating maintenance costs

Reduced Energy Bills: You can expect to reduce your energy costs and lighting bills by 50% to 75% with lower energy consumption versus traditional lighting. And if you add motion sensors, you can expect even more savings.

Energy Efficient Lighting: LED High Bay Light Fixtures are known for their efficiency and energy savings. They convert most of the electricity used into light. Very little heat is created. This will reduce your HVAC load and is a cost-effective lighting solution.

Controls Ready: Instant on and instant off, along with dimming, makes these lights perfect for use with motion sensors. Motion sensors can be set up to turn off or dim. This will reduce your lighting costs even more.

Quick Pay Back / ROI: The savings in energy will create a short ROI. And the higher the utility cost per kWh, the faster the payback.

No Recycling Costs: There are no harsh chemicals like Mercury in LED High Bays. So while you should properly dispose of them at the End Of Life, there are no costly charges like there are with fluorescent lighting.

Shop Lighting

How Can I Calculate Reduction in AMP Load When I Convert from Metal Halide to LED High Bays

Amp load is a very simple calculation and the reduction of amp load is significant when you convert from metal halide to LED. For example, let's say you're current service is 277 Volts. We will run two scenarios.

Converting from 400 Watt Metal Halide with 150 Watts LED

This calculation includes an additional 15% watts consumed by the metal halide light for a total of 460 Watts

Metal Halide: 460 Watts / 277 Volts = 1.66 Amps per fixture

LED: 150 Watts / 277 Volts = 0.54 Amps per fixture

The total reduction in amp load per fixture is: 1.12 amps

Converting from 1000 Watt Metal Halide to 300 Watts LED

This calculation includes an additional 15% watts consumed by the metal halide light for a total of 1150 Watts

Metal Halide: 1150 Watts / 277 Volts = 4.15 Amps per fixture

LED: 300 Watts / 277 Volts = 1.08 Amps per fixture

The total reduction in amp load per fixture is: 3.07 amps

What are Commercial Grade and Industrial Grade High Bay LED Lights?

Our High Bays are designed to last a long time. They have larger heat sinks, reliable and dependable drivers, and more LED Chips driven below max capacity. But this also means they cost a bit more because there is just more material used in making the high bay. For our commercial and industrial customers, they want reliability, dependability, and quality. That's why we stay away from offering the ultra-cheap high bays. And if one of our high bays has an issue, we're here to help.

Additional High Bay Categories

100 Watt LED High Bays
150 Watt LED High Bays
200 Watt LED High Bays
High Bay Emergency Lighting

How to Calculate How Many LED High Bay Lights You Need

Converting your lights from metal-halide or fluorescent? There is a high probability we can do a 1-for-1 replacement to an LED High Bay light. For new lighting layouts, it’s important to go through the following steps:

1. How many foot-candles do you want on the ground?
2. What is the physical space of the area?
3. Are there any obstructions?

From there, we can create a lighting plan that models this area. This plan will tell you:

How many LED High Bay Lights will you need
Where they’re located in the facility
The optimal distance between fixtures

School Gym Lighting Plan

The lighting plan will show you the average, minimum, and maximum foot-candle readings in the space. This is an indication of whether the selected light is capable of providing sufficient, bright light. It will show you how balanced the light is (look for a low average/min ratio). The objective of the plans we provide is to show you bright and uniform lighting.

Car Repair Shop with LED

Here are some general guidelines that will help you do some quick calculations.  Please note, that the higher the ceiling, the more powerful light you will need. For ceilings ranging from 15 to 40+ feet, use the following guide to choose the proper lumen output. For lower ceilings, 8-15 feet, use low bay lights.

15-20 feet ceiling height: 100-150 watts: 15,000 – 22,500 lumens
20-30 feet ceiling height:  120-200 watts: 18,000 – 30,000 lumens
31-40 feet ceiling height: 240-300 watts:  40,800 – 45,000 lumens
40+ feet ceiling height: 400-600 watts: 72,000 – 96,000 lumens

Gym After Converting To LED

Comparing Beam Spread: UFO LED Lights vs LED High Bay Linear Lights

Our linear (panel) high bays are physically bigger than our UFO fixtures. The LEDs attach in strips over the length and width of the fixture.

A UFO is around 12-15 inches in diameter. The LEDs are densely packed. By the nature of the design of a linear fixture, it produces a wider beam spread.

You cannot add optics to our linear fixtures. Ceiling heights above 30 feet, the broad spread would work against the linear fixture. A UFO fixture with a tighter beam angle would be a better option.

UFO vs Linear

Common Applications for LED High Bay Lights

These are rugged Industrial-Grade and Commercial-Rated High Bay LED Lighting fixtures. You will find them used in many applications like:

Warehouse Spaces
Manufacturing Plants
Auto Body Shops and Work Shop Lights
Car Washes
Indoor Sports
Industrial Facilities and Food Processing Plants
Retail Stores
Parking Garages

Aircraft Hangar