Hubbell Industrial Lighting Brightens Its LUNABAY LED High Bay

July 8, 2014

Hubbell Industrial Lighting Brightens Its LUNABAY LED High Bay


Hubbell Lighting announced that Hubbell Industrial Lighting’s modernly styled LUNABAY™ LED High Bay is now available in high output versions. While still providing excellent efficacy of up to 95 lumens per watt, the LUNABAY™ can now deliver up to 23,650 lumens.

Available in 12,300, 18,000 and 23,650 lumens, the LUNABAY™ LED High Bay offers an unmatched combination of efficiency, long life and low glare light to attractively light large interior spaces such as retail stores, light industrial facilities, gyms, and multipurpose rooms in schools.

A key feature of the LUNABAY™ is the patented low glare LED light optical system. Often in large interior spaces, traditional downlights create the “cave” effect and produce glare. The fixture’s unique optical system mixes the light of all LEDs to create consistent, low glare light with a smooth, even distribution and a CRI of 68. Both the crystal clear 22” refractor and aluminum 23” reflector options have an uplight component, 10% and 20% respectively.

With total system wattage ranging from 130 to 260W, the high output LUNABAY™ is available in five color temperatures and the extruded aluminum thermal chimney of the sleek highbay, allowing it to operate in -40°C to 40°C ambient environments and resulting in an estimated 50,000 hours of life at L70.

The top cylinder of the LUNABAY™ can be painted any of seven colors to match interior accents including: black, dark bronze, forest green, grey, platinum silver, red, white, and custom colors. Options include fusing, on/off control, wire guard, and either 50% or no light output when dimmed—increasing energy savings even more.

For emergency egress lighting, the LUNABAY™ is fully compatible with 250VA LiteGear® inverters. To learn more, please visit

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