Retrofit Lamp for High- and Low-bay Lighting Applications

Maxlite's LED BayMAX High/Low Bay Retrofit LampMaxlite's LED BayMAX High/Low Bay Retrofit Lamp is DesignLights Consortium-certified.

Maxlite's LED BayMAX High/Low Bay Retrofit Lamp

Maxlite’s LED BayMAX High/Low Bay Retrofit Lamp is DesignLights Consortium-certified.

Offering energy-efficient lighting solutions for large commercial and industrial lighting retrofit applications, MaxLite introduces the LED BayMAX High/Low Bay Retrofit Lamp and DesignLights Consortium (DLC)-certified LED Highbay Fixture for use in gymnasiums, warehouses, factories and other sizable spaces.

Designed for quick conversions to LED technology in existing mogul-base HID and incandescent lighting fixtures, the compact, lightweight LED BayMAX High/Low Bay Retrofit Lamp is ideal for low- and high-bay applications in areas where changing fixtures is difficult or disruptive to operations; a simple ballast bypass allows reuse of the existing mogul base. The 43-watt LED lamp, which delivers a high lumen output and a crisp white light, allows for quick updating from a 100-watt HID light source to an energy-efficient LED light source. The lamp features an oscillating diaphragm that accelerates the transfer of heat away from the LEDs. The diaphragm is not affected by ambient temperature variations or dust accumulation and is constructed without frictional moving parts that would wear out over time. The solid-state diaphragm design offers thermal management comparable to a cooling fan without emitting any audible noise.

The BayMAX lamp is constructed with polycarbonate optics and a die cast magnesium alloy heat sink that enables cool operation with very low weight. With an 80-degree beam spread, the lamp is engineered with proprietary binned LED chips that provide uniform color consistency and quality.

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