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What are Low Bay LED Lights?

Low Bay LED Lights are lower ceilings mounted fixtures designed to mount between 8 and 20 feet high. They are commonly used in commercial, industrial, and warehouse settings. They are commonly used in workshops.

Different color temperatures are available: 3000K, 4000K, and 5000K. We even offer color-selectable low bays so you can change the color temperature post-installation.

We also offer wattage-selectable low bays. Choose your light output post-install. Some of our lights are also dimmable (0/1-10V) .

We have waterproof LED Low Bay Lights. Look at our UFO style and Canopy Style fixtures on this page. They are all IP65 or higher rated.

It is not unrealistic to see a long life of 10+ years from our low bay lights (that assumes running the lights 12 hours a day, 365 days a year).

All our lights are either UL or ETL Listed. Most are eligible for rebates under the DesignLights Consortium (DLC) program associated with your local utility. Most rebates are utility-specific, so check with them so you can understand what you may be eligible for.

They have broad wide optics and beam angles to disperse the light evenly over large areas. There are three basic types:

  • UFO lights – round led fixtures designed to be a replacement for metal halide fixtures
  • Linear panels – these lights look similar to T5 / T8 fluorescent lighting fixtures.
  • Canopy ceiling mount: ceiling-mounted fixtures with broad beam angles to light up large areas.

What are the Best Low Bay Applications?

Indoor buildings and rooms are ideal for Low bays with ceiling heights of less than 20 ft tall:

The Benefits of LED Low Bay Lights

Comparing metal halide and fluorescent  to LED, here are the LED benefits:

  • Energy savings between 50% and 90%. We have wattage-adjustable products that allow you to choose the proper light levels.
  • Much lower maintenance costs over 10+ years. No bulbs or ballasts to replace.
  • The ability to add energy savings controls, like motion sensors. These dim the lights when the area is empty and void of activity.
  • Create a safe space and work environment with high-quality and dependable lighting

How Many LED Low Bay Fixtures You Need?

Every application and space is different. We recommend you start by creating a lighting plan.

  • Tell us your foot candle requirements
  • The use of the space
  • The size of the space, and the mounting height of the fixtures

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

  • how many LED light fixtures you need
  • where they’re located
  • the optimal distance between fixtures

The lighting plan will show you the average, minimim, and maximum foot-candle readings in the space. It will show you how balanced the light is (look for a lower average/min ratio).

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.

  • 10-15 feet: 50-100 watts LED: 10,000-15,000 lumens
  • 15-20 feet: 100-150 watts LED: 15,000-22,500 lumens

Recommended fixture spacing for LED fixtures is as follows. Please note, these are general guidelines. They do not take into account how bright you want the space to be. If you need brighter, you can add brighter lights or make the spacing between fixtures closer.

  • 10 feet ceiling height: 10-12 feet apart
  • 15 feet ceiling height: 15-18 feet apart
  • 20 feet ceiling height: 20-22 feet apart

How to Remove Shadows and Dark Spots with Lighting Design

Here’s a good rule of thumb. Use more, less-powerful lighting closer together instead of less high-powered fixtures. The former will provide more balanced lighting and fewer shadows.

Warehouse And Showroom Lighting Plan

Mounting Options for LED Low Bays

The main mounting options are

  • eye/hook
  • pendant mount
  • chain/wire suspended mount
  • ceiling mount

Do you offer Motion Sensors with your LED Low Bay Lighting?

Some of our fixtures have built-in motion sensors. You can buy some fixtures with a motion sensor (or without it). Contact the experts at LED Lighting Supply for help.

Do Your LED Fixtures Come with a Power Cord?

Yes. Many of our UFO-style fixtures have an attached wire whip for junction box installation. You can add a plug to the end of the cord if you like.

Some of the canopy fixtures do not come with a power cord. You wire the fixture to the junction box.

Are the High Voltage Options for LED Low Bays?

All of our Low Bays are rated up to 100-277 Volts. If you need more than that, we offer fixtures that are rated up to 277-480 Volts. Let us know your voltage needs and we will find a solution for you.

LED Low Bays with an Emergency Battery Backup

We have an external emergency backup pack that works with UFO and linear fixtures.

Installing LED Low Bay Fixtures

There is nothing difficult about installing our fixtures. We have many mounting options, and there are only 3 wires to connect, line, neutral, and ground.

Completed Projects Using LED Lighting Supply's LED Low Bay Lighting

LED Shop Lighting

High Bay Linear Installed Inside Workshop

Low Bay Led Shop Lights

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LED Hbho 240 Watt Led Replacement

Garage Workshop With Led Lights

Led Low Bay Lights