High Bay Lighting Optimizes Light Output

Luminis has released its Hollowcore luminaire. Hollowcore is a take on a classic shape, that is suitable for both traditional high bay applications and more contemporary spaces. 

Hollowcore features a circular LED light engine and an open center concept.
Hollowcore features a circular LED light engine and an open center concept.

Hollowcore is a re-think of the traditional high bay pendant. With a circular LED light engine and an open center concept, Hollowcore is designed to optimize and deliver light where needed. It delivers up to 13,000 lumens of light with a batwing distribution for minimal cave effect.

A family of pendant and surface mount luminaires, Hollowcore is available with a high efficiency lens or aluminum reflector. An optional independently controlled uplight component is also available to provide additional upward illumination or to highlight ceilings.

Available in a range of color temperatures from 2700K to 4000K, Hollowcore produces light that is distinct for any application whether it be corporate, retail, educational or hospitality. And, with an attractive aesthetic when viewed from above as well as below, it can be installed in open areas to illuminate lower building levels.

Feature summary:

  • Open aesthetic looks good from above and below
  • 16-inch diameter
  • Stem, cable or surface mount options
  • Downlight or up/downlight distribution
  • Dual switching for downlight and uplight combination
  • 4000K CCT / 80 CRI as standard. 2700K, 3000K, and 3500K options
  • Batwing distribution
  • Up to 13,000 delivered lumens
  • Lens or aluminum reflector
  • Optional 360 degree PIR motion (occupancy) sensor
  • 0-10V dimming-ready driver (dims to 10 percent). Optional DMX/RDM control dim to dark (0 percent)
  • Integral driver and battery backup
  • Optional remote emergency battery backup
  • 60,000 hours lifetime
  • ETL damp listed
  • Available in a range of finish colors
  • 5-year warranty

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