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LED High-Bay Lighting

LED high-bay lighting is designed to light large areas that have high ceilings like warehouses, production environments and sports halls. It's robust, has very good thermal conductivity and, with an IP rating of at least IP65, LED high-bay lighting is resistant to dust and water. If you're using conventional high-bay lights that have 250-watt or 400-watt gas-discharge bulbs, switching over to LED will save you approximately 50% in energy costs! What's more, due to sustainable LED technology, LED high-bay lights last up to 20 years! Buy a DALI-controllable LED high-bay light and you'll benefit from even more cost savings and an even longer lifespan.
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What are LED high bays?

The term 'high bay' can be simply translated as 'high bay light'. These are light sources with a particularly high light output, which allows them to efficiently illuminate spaces with high ceilings. This LED luminaire is mostly available in the light colors cool white (4000K) and daylight white (6500K), which have a positive effect on the concentration and productivity of employees. For non-working environments, it is also possible to purchase an LED high bay with the color temperature warm white (3000K). For more information about LED high bays, read the blog 'What are high bays used for?'

What are LED high bays used for and which wattage do you need?

LED high bays are used to efficiently light areas with ceilings of 4 meters or higher. Examples include industrial production halls, warehouses, sheds, garages, barns, sports halls, station halls, and riding stables. In the table below we give you an indication of what wattage you need for a certain ceiling height.


Height of ceiling


4 tot 6 meter


6 to 8 meters


8 to 10 meters


10 meters or higher



Why are LED high bays ideally suited for lighting production halls?

The reason that LED high bay lighting fits properly in production environments, storage areas and such, has to do with the high light output generated by the luminaires. The number of lumens varies between 10,000lm and 30,000lm; due to the relatively narrow beam angle (44 to 120), this light is distributed in a powerful way. This light output is much higher than, for instance, a LED batten (fluorescent fixture), which emits 5000 to 6000 Lumen on average. You can find various suitable luminaires in the categories 'Warehouse lighting' and 'Industrial lighting'.

This light output is also necessary in such halls to allow employees to work as efficiently as possible and to minimize the risk of accidents. The NEN-EN 12464-1 standard is a good guideline for determining how many lumens per square meter is required. This is also referred to as Lux. For warehouses, a luminous flux of 200 Lumen per square meter is recommended. Halls where rough work is carried out, such as industrial halls, require at least 300 lm/m². If the work is very detailed, then it is advisable to use 500 Lux.


Can I also use these light sources in damp rooms?

Yes, certainly! If you want to light a hall in which the climate is damp or the luminaire even comes into regular contact with water, you should look for an LED high bay with at least the protection class IP65. This means that your luminaires are protected against water jets from all directions. At Any-Lamp, almost all the high bay luminaires have an IP65 or IP66 protection rating, making them suitable for use in environments such as stables without any problems.


How many fixtures do I need?

How many LED high bay luminaires are needed in a given space depends on the activities that are carried out there. We will explain this with two examples:

  1. You need a light output of 200 Lux for your warehouse. You decide to purchase a luminaire with a light output of 10,000 lumens. This means that you need one light source per 50 square meters.
  2. You have chosen a LED high bay with a light output of 24,000lm in your production hall. Here a luminous flux of 300 Lumen per square meter is recommended. This means that one light source per 80 square meters is sufficient.


Are LED high bays dimmable (DALI)?

Yes, it is certainly possible to dim these fixtures! We recommend that you choose a DALI dimmable fixture. This not only allows you to adjust the light intensity for one LED high bay but for several light sources at the same time. The DALI system makes it possible to connect multiple light sources together. Besides dimming, you can also choose to have the lights switch on and off automatically. This means that the lights are only switched on when movement is detected in a room. This keeps the energy consumption as low as possible.


How do I install a LED high bay?

LED high bay fixtures can be hung or mounted on the ceiling using a mounting kit. The round fixtures are easy to install (suspended mounting) because of the solid ring on top of the light source. Make sure that the power and fuses are turned off at all times before you connect the fixture to the power supply.


For which conventional lighting are these luminaires a replacement?

LED high bays are a perfect replacement for conventional gas-discharge lamps such as HQL, HPI, and HID lights. The advantage of LED high bay luminaires is that they are much more energy-efficient than the conventional variant. You save 70% on average. In addition, LED high bay lighting has a much longer lifespan, which significantly reduces maintenance and replacement costs.

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