LED High Bay Light PEGAS Updated
Truly resistant LED High Bay Light ideal for industrial lighting systems of larger scales, warehouses and productions sites.
LED High Bay Light PEGAS saves up to 80 % of energy costs comparing to your old lighting system. PEGAS lasts for ever – Its operation time is more than 50,000 hours.
The LED High Bay Light PEGAS is highly effective – up to 157 lm/W, with colour temperature of 4,000 K and colour rendering index of Ra 80. PEGAS is an ideal lighting solution for mid-high and high ceilings.
The proper heat transfer and passive cooling are ensured by a finned cooler and by extra passive cooling system for the driver. LED High Bay Light PERUN is made of quality components, it is resistant and suitable for the most demanding environments. The IP 65 enclosure rating makes the LED High Bay Light PEGAS a perfect match for outside installations.
Suspended mounting option (by a lifting eye) makes the fixture even more versatile and allows for different types of installations.
Other advantages: no UV radiation, does not attract the insect, environmental friendly operation, maintenance free, switches on immediately, no flickering, no radio frequency disturbance.
LED High Bay Light PEGAS is a top-notch reliable lighting solution. We provide prolonged 5–year warranty.
LED High Bay Light PEGAS Parameters
|MODEL||PEGAS 78||PEGAS 125||PEGAS 166|
|Input Voltage||AC: 220 V – 240 V/50 – 60 Hz|
|Input||78 W||125 W||166 W|
|Light Flux – 90° (NW)*||11,915 lm||19,524 lm||26,076 lm|
|Colour Rendering Index||> 83 CRI (Ra)|
|Colour Temperature||3,000; 4,000 K|
|Powe Factor||> 0,97|
|Enclosure Rating||IP 65 /IK 08|
|Operation TIime||> 50,000 hours|
|Operation Temperature||-30 °C ~ 40 °C|
|LED Type||Osram / Samsung|
|Driver||Osram / Helvar|
|Size||300 × 200 mm||335 × 200 mm||380 × 200 mm|
|Weight||2.7 kg||3.9 kg||4.3 kg|
|Warranty||5 years |
* Light flux parameter shows the REAL light flux, taking into account light intensity loss (We do not state the light flux intensity of LEDs themselves, as that does not reflect the real light intensity). * Light flux depends on colour temperature (K)—the higher the temperature, the higher light flux. [3,000 K = warm white (WW), 4,000 K = neutral white (NW), 5,000 K = day light white (DW), 6,000 K = cool white (CW)]