Led Industrialand Commercial Linear High Bay And Low Bay 40w 80w 120w 160w 200w 240w Wholesale to Greece

Led Industrialand Commercial Linear High Bay And Low Bay 40w 80w 120w 160w 200w 240w Wholesale to Greece

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LED Industrial Linear Bay , Linear High Bay, Linear Low Bay, Warehouse Lightings

Item No.: SP-LB8006-1F (40W), SP-LB8006-2F (80W), SP-LB8006-3F (120W), SP-LB8006-4F (160W),

SP-LB8006-5F (200W), SP-LB8006-6F (240W),

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Heavy-dutyanodized extruded aluminum housing.LED SMD chip module with different beam angle distribution optics and Meanwell driver.50000 hours life spanHigh performance heat sinksSystem efficacy greater than 130lm/W.Uniform and energy conscious illuminationEasy installation and free maintenanceIP65 rated, Suitable for wet locationETL Listed , DLC premium qualified

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3000K ,4000K , 5000K , 5700K


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    45 watt, 100,000 hour LED light fixtures that replace the 80 watt florescent fixtures. Lots of nice light that I definitely like better than the flourescents. I have dropped some from 7 feet up and no breakage.

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