Compact High Bay

Compact High Bay

Compact High Bay as a rotationally symmetric highbay luminaire available in two construction sizes is ideal for applications in the industrial sector with mounting heights from 5 to 20 metres, and is highly suitable for refurbishing e.g. warehouses, circulation zones and workshops as well as production areas. Decorative accessories also enable use in commercial properties and supermarkets and improve the already good glare control. The highbay also scores with longevity and simple handling. The rounded upper side resists dirt and dust deposits. Installation is via simple 1-point mounting to a chain or with a mounting bracket.
housing of diecast aluminium, optional mounting bracket of steel; all parts in aluminium grey (RAL 9007); suspension eyelet and screw carabiner of V2A; cover of PC
luminaire with pre-assembled connection cable with free wire ends l = 1.5m
Luminaire with ON/OFF function: with 3-pole connection cable 1.0mm²
Luminaire with DALI interface: with 5-pole connection cable 1.5mm² (3-pole + 2-pole for control signal)
luminaire with transparent cover with integrated lens system, wide distribution 60° or 90° | two construction sizes for two different luminous flux levels
  • rotationally symmetric high bay luminaire for mounting height: 5…20m
  • direct replacement for luminaires with 250/400W HQI/HQL lamps
  • flexibility is provided by two construction sizes, two lumen packages, two light distributions
  • suitable for challenging ambient conditions (IP65/IK08)
  • good glare reduction
  • decorative accessories for use in the retail sector for improved glare control
  • intelligent housing construction and efficient thermal management due to flue effect
  • D symbol for use in dusty environments (also with conductive dust)
  • complies with IFS demands for foodstuff applications
  • round design resists dirt and dust
  • simple single-point mounting to a chain or with a mounting bracket
suitable for mounting heights 5…20m
  • production
  • warehouse and logistics areas
  • logistics centres / warehouses
  • food industry
  • ancillary and traffic areas in industry
  • trade and commerce