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  • Brand: ILP 
  • Wattage: 95  
  • Universal Dimmable Driver 0-10V
  • Color Temp: 5000K 
  • CRI: >80
  • Lumens: 12027  (10365 w/frosted lens)
  • Lumens Per Watt: 127  (109 w/frosted lens)
  • Max Temp: 130 F (120 F w/frosted lens)
  • Equivalent to 250W MH
  • Length: 23.5" 
  • Width: 12.27" 
  • Height: 3.272" 
  • Warranty: 5 Years
  • DLC Listed 
  • ETL Damp Listed 
  • Lead Time of 7-10 Business Days
5 Year Mfr. Warranty American Made ETL
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This high bay 95-watt LED fixture by Industrial Lighting Products is ideal for warehouses and commercial spaces. This dimmable LED high bay light can illuminate a substantial area with 12,027 lumens. It also allows for multiple dimming and sensor options.


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  • Aluminum Body
  • Tool-Less Hinged Bottom Ballast Access Door
  • Frosted or Polycarbonate Lens Options
  • Riveted Construction
  • Vented Ballast Channel
  • V-Clips for Dual Point Chain or Cable Hanging (Std)
  • Multiple Dimming and Sensor Options to Fully Control Occupied and Unoccupied Light Levels
  • 5000K Color Temp (Std)
  • 5 year Warranty
  • ETL Damp Listed
  • DesignLights Consortium Qualified
  • American Made

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I have a client with an auto repair facility that would like to use this fixture. The space is 70 ft x 100 ft with 11 ft mounting height. We are trying to get an average of 30 fc. Can we achieve that with this wattage with a total of 15 fixtures? If not this wattage what would you suggest? Thanks for your help with this.
Todd Hutchinson December 18, 2015 2:52 AM
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Hi Todd, that would be a little less then what that fixture could cover at that ceiling height. My suggestion would be to use a high wattage like a 140 watt which has a bigger distribution pattern. If you call in we can do a layout for your area to get you to the 30 FC you will need.
james December 18, 2015 9:49 AM

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