High-bay ceiling light
Global Lighting Technologies has developed a high-brightness luminaire for high-bay recessed ceiling light applications.
Global Lighting Technologies (GLT) Inc. has used its advanced LED-based edge lighting technology in conjunction with Advanced Thermal Devices’ (ATD) Loop Heat Pipe heat dissipation technology to develop a high-brightness luminaire for use in high-bay recessed ceiling light applications. The ceiling light offers 17,000 usable lumens at a rated power of 300 W and a color temperature of 4,000 to 5,000 K. Slim and lightweight for a luminaire of its power and performance, it is ideal for a range of indoor applications such as theaters, auditoriums, convention centers, large open office spaces, parking garages, and warehouses. The luminaire measures 23.6 x 23.6 x 4.5 in., weighs 37 lbs., and is waterproof. For illumination, it incorporates a light guide plate (LGP) from Global Lighting Technologies edge-lit by high-brightness LEDs spaced along the edge of the LGP.
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