High Bay LED Lights

There are many features that separate LED shop lights from traditional models. They have a reputation for excellence achieved through years of innovation and quality design that has enabled them to outperform competing models with ease. Our LED high bay lights are specifically designed for taller ceilings and larger areas. They focus light more directly to create powerful illumination at a long range. This makes them perfect for commercial and industrial applications such as warehouses and retail stores. While there are many options when it comes to installing light fixtures in your building, choosing LED technology will give you a better experience that you will never regret.

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LED Micro High Bay; 75W; 100–277V; 10,500 Lumen

LED Micro High Bay; 75W; 100–277V; 10,500 Lumen

  • Brand: Howard
  • Wattage: 75
  • Voltage: 100-277V
  • CRI>80
  • CCT: 4000K or 5000K
  • Life: 100,000 Hours
  • 0-10V Dimmable
  • Dimensions: 15.5” L x 6.5” W x 3.8” D
  • Lumens: 10,500
  • Listings: UL Damp
  • 5 Year Warranty
  • Made In USA

ITEM: MIHB-A4K0MV

As low as $105.00
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LED Micro High Bay; 95W; 100–277V; 14,000 Lumen

LED Micro High Bay; 95W; 100–277V; 14,000 Lumen

  • Brand: Howard
  • Wattage: 95
  • Voltage: 100-277V
  • CRI>80
  • CCT: 4000K or 5000K
  • Life: 100,000 Hours
  • 0-10V Dimmable
  • Dimensions: 15.5” L x 6.5” W x 3.8” D
  • Lumens: 14,000
  • Listings: UL Damp
  • 5 Year Warranty
  • Made In USA

    ITEM: MIHB-B4K0MV

    As low as $125.00
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    The power of LED lighting comes with their focus on power. They will provide a higher quality illumination day in and day out. Also, they are more energy efficient, which will lower your power bill and save you money in the long run. This efficiency also translates into a longer lifespan, ensuring you get the longest lasting lights possible that will perform for tens of thousands of hours. LED high bay lights are an affordable way to get high-quality lighting for the toughest jobs, so you can provide visibility to any space without issue.

    We have the largest selection of high bay light fixtures that will help you find the perfect match for your needs in no time at all. When you are shopping for LED high bay lights, we have the best brands on the market to ensure you get top quality solutions for your business. Check out our different options and find the right model that meets your specifications. Various wattages, lumens, and sizes are provided by the best brands in the industry such as MaxLite, WareLight, and Industrial Lighting Products.

    You can be sure you will find the right option and receive amazing quality and reliability with your lights. Best of all, our fixtures are designed for use in tough environments and are highly resistant to moisture, debris, and other hazards that will quickly wear weaker lights out. We know how necessary reliability is when it comes to commercial and industrial lighting, which is why we provide only the best lights for your convenience. If you have any questions, please contact us for further assistance on the matter today.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    What are high bay lights?

    As their name implies, high-bay lights are used to illuminate spaces with high ceilings. That usually means ceilings ranging from 20 feet to approximately 45 feet. Low-bay lights, on the other hand, are used for ceilings 20 feet and under. Because a high-ceiling location has more space to fill, a high-bay by definition is a powerful light source that can brighten up a large area. Here are some examples of what wrap lighting fixtures look like:

    Where are high bay lights used?

    Given their placement, high-bay lights are natural fits for commercial and industrial uses. They have multiple applications across a range of industries, including workshops, factories and assembly lines. You will also see high-bay lights in large recreational facilities and gyms. These lights are excellent for illuminating storage facilities and warehouses as well. They can be used for large conference halls, event centers, or indeed for any place that needs lighting from an elevation of more than 20 feet. They are even used in hangars and other large, cavernous buildings. Here are some examples where high bay lights are used:

    What are the different types of High Bay Lights?

    Numerous types of fixtures can be used when setting up high-bay lights. These include LED lights, induction lights, metal halide lights, and fluorescent lights. Each of these types of high-bay fixtures has its pros and cons. For instance, LED lights offer extremely long life and energy efficiency but require a bigger initial investment, while traditional incandescent lights are less expensive to purchase initially but don’t last as long and use more energy.

    Besides having different costs and efficiencies, there are several types of fixtures available for high-bay lights. Round high-bay lights, linear high-bays, architectural high-bays and grid-mount high-bays all offer different light qualities and coverage styles. The type of light best for you can depend on your personal taste as well as what tasks you’ll be performing under it. 

    What are the benefits of LED High Bays and Shop Lights?

    One of the benefits of high-bay lighting is that it provides clear, uniform lighting of what’s below it with little glare. Different kinds of reflectors can accomplish different kinds of illumination tasks for high-bay lights. Aluminum reflectors make light from the fixtures flow directly downward to the floor, while prismatic reflectors create a more diffused lighting useful for illuminating shelves and other elevated objects in a space. 

    • Longer lasting lamps. LED lamps last up to 10 years depending on the model.
    • Low to no heat produced. The energy-efficient nature means no heat is lost during production, so the lamp stays cool to the touch.
    • Change bulbs less frequently. This is especially useful in a professional setting where you need long lasting lamps, so your staff can focus on the job.
    • Offers a better return on wattages consumed to lumens produced. This will help you save on utility costs over time.