Description of LED Factory Light:
By making use of suitably-designed industrial lights from multiple fixtures combined with LED factory light can lead to the drastic improvements in productivity and of course, the cost of production. LED high bays for factory enhance contrasts, color rendition and superior uniformity that, in turn, helps minimize eyestrain fatigue and errors, and enhances better productivity.
- When choosing factory lighting, the first consideration should be the height of the ceiling. Most factories have higher ceilings than other locations. You should also consider your ceiling type since not all fixtures are compatible with all ceilings. For example, some fixtures are more suitable for drywall ceilings than other fixtures.
Details of LED Factory Light:
|Working Voltage||AC100-277V 50-60Hz|
|LED Quantity||110°: 252PCS||110°: 252PCS|
|60°: 252PCS||60°: 252PCS|
|Colour Temperature||3000-3500k, 4000-4500k, 5000-5500k, 5500-6500k|
|Luminous Flux||110°: 24500LM||110°: 28500LM|
|60°: 23000LM||60°: 27500LM|
|Materials||Aluminum heatsink, PC Cover (optical tempered glass cover) or PMMA lens|
|Certificates||CE, ETL, ROHS|
Factory Lighting Levels
Lux is the standard unit of measurement for light level intensity. 1 lux of light is equal to 1 lumen per square meter. It tells us how well a surface is illuminated. A lux measures light intensity as perceived by the human eye. The lux levels for direct sunlight range between 10.8 (twilight) to 120,000 (direct sunlight at noon).
There are different lux levels recommendations for various industrial applications. A lux meter ensures illumination levels are perfect for a task, a space, and the workers.
Below is a table highlighting the recommended lux levels for different industrial settings.
|Application||Recommended Foot Candles|