The latest line driver 20,000 lumen HID LED light can replace traditional 400w HID lamps20-08-2016
Lunera launches the world first Line Driven High Intensity Discharge (HID) LED lamp to replace traditional 400W Metal Halide (MH) or High Pressure Sodium (HPS) lamps that provide 20,000 fixture lumens. The newest LED lights, in 20,000, 15,000, 9,000 and 4,5000 lumen packages, are designed to achieve great energy savings, access to rebates, installation convenience and high value in warehouses, factory floors, parking garages, auditoriums and other large public gathering spaces such as airport terminals.
Luneras launches third generation family of High Intensity Discharge (HID) LED lamps.
The above-mentioned HID LED lights achieve up to 20,000 lumens with over an 80 Color Rendering Index (CRI), which are available in color temperatures from 3500K to 5000K. The LED lights can be ordered for Line Driven (120V-277V) installation, making them eligible for utility rebates or Ballast Driven (plug-and-play) for installation convenience and do not cause building code requirements.
Lamp power consumption is cut up to 67 percent depending on the equivalent lamp power and lumens to be replaced. For example at 4,500 lumens, a 175W HID lamp will be replaced by a 58W Lunera HID LED lamp.
For installation flexibility, the LED lamps can be ordered with either an E39 Mogul or E26 Medium base. They ship standard with an opaque optical lens but have optional clear and Fresnel lens kits. Besides, the E26 Medium lamp is also available with a short neck to fit smaller surface mount fixtures.
The Lunera HID LED is designed to endure in harsh industrial environments with enhanced surge protection up to 7kV and thermal management up to 150oF. Lunera Line Driven HID LED Vertical light qualifies for utility rebates to offset the upfront costs of replacing the lamps.
To eliminate the potential for “snap back” and ensure persistence of use, Lunera provides the E39 Mogul HID LED Vertical Retrofit Kit. This kit bypasses the installed fixture ballast and connect the lamp directly to 120V-277V line voltage, safely securing it to the fixture.