LED Canada Releases Design Lights Consortium(tm) Listed LED High Bay for Commercial and Industrial LED Lighting Applications

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Not long ago, LEDs were only bright enough for indicator lights: today's LED high bay lights are bright enough to replace any traditional high bay or low bay lighting source. Here are some of the added benefits realized with LED Lighting.

LED Canada's 150 watt LED high bay perfectly replaced our 450 watt metal halide and we like the light much better.

Ken Paulusma
Vanderwees Home & Garden

Replacing 400 W metal halide high bay or florescent tube lighting with LED Canada's 150 watt or 200 watt LED high bay, will of course instantly reduce electricity consumption for your commercial, factory, warehouse or other facilities, but there additional benefits that are rarely mentioned.

LED High Bay Lights are the "Quiet" energy-efficient warehouse and industrial lighting alternative.

LED high bays from LED Canada make absolutely no noise whatsoever, although in some workplaces the ambient sound levels mask any sound the lighting may make.


Standard metal halide and High pressure sodium lamps are thin glass balls filled with assorted gases and Mercury, breaking just one of these can cause untold mercury contamination. LED High bays are super rugged, the LED array is sealed off by a tough polycarbonate clouded lens that reduces glare and line-of-sight “Eye contact” with the LEDs during operation.


LED Canada’s LED High bays are water tight, they can even be pressure washed or steam cleaned while operating!

Heat generation

LED High bays still produce some heat, but nothing like their legacy counterparts. Some will claim they use the heat produced by these older lights but at ceiling height most of that heat is lost and adds to air conditioning costs when temperatures rise.

5 year warranty

With cULus™ as well as Design Lights Consortium™ certification (DLC listed), you can expect to get the highest quality available and guaranteed longest life spans.

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