Dialight, a leader in LED lighting technology, unveiled the most energy-efficient Class 1, Division 1 LED High Bay available to date. At 110 lumens per Watt (LPW) and with Dialight’s industry-leading 10-year full-performance warranty, the new SafeSite LED fixture offers customers the best value proposition by maximizing return of investment, lowering total cost of ownership and improving safety. The new SafeSite LED High Bay delivers up to 23,500 fixture lumens making it perfect for a number of applications in oil, gas and petrochemical environments.
Featuring Dialight’s world-class in-house designed power supply, next generation LED technology and advanced optical design, the new SafeSite LED fixture marks a major step forward in the future of energy efficiency for hazardous environments. The new fixture is typically able to reduce energy consumption by more than 50 percent. Where conventional HID system wattage averages 460W, Dialight’s new Class 1 Div. 1 High Bay draws just 212W. The new SafeSite LED High Bay’s industry-leading 10-year full-performance warranty also offers more than a decade of reliable, worry-free performance in the world’s harshest environments. In addition to maintenance savings, this improves facilities’ safety conditions by minimizing the need for personnel to enter hazardous locations.
“At 110 lumens per Watt, we are proud to say Dialight now offers the world’s most efficient LED High Bay for Class 1 Div. 1 hazardous locations,” said Roy Burton Dialight’s Group Chief Executive. “Dialight continues to provide hazardous location markets with the most advanced and rugged LED fixtures available today.”
At 30 lbs., the 100-277VAC SafeSite LED High Bay is rated to operate in ambient temperatures ranging from -40oC to +65oC and boasts a T5 temperature rating at 50oC. The highly efficient SafeSite High Bay ships standard with 6kV surge protection and is IP66/NEMA4X certified. The SafeSite High Bay is also available with custom in-house designed optics including medium and wide distribution types, with numerous flood light distribution options coming soon.