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Do LED High Bay Lights Get Hot?

Tony Black |

When we talk about lights, there will always be one question in common “Do LED, fluorescent or incandescent lights get hot?” or “Do they cause fire?” Why this information it is so important because throughout the time many causes of fire started by a simple light. According to the U.S. Forest Service's wildfire database, 44 percent of wildfires across the Western United States were triggered by lightning.


Please note that we are only talking about fire cases in the U.S. Overheating is one of the reasons a bulb could start a fire, but that is highly unlikely to happen with Hyperlite LED High Bay Lights. You may feel hot to touch, but they produce light at a significantly lower temperature than incandescent bulbs or fluorescent bulbs.

Traditional bulbs use a filament, which loses a lot of energy through heat emissions, and incandescent bulbs generate heat as infrared radiation. Hyperlite LED High Bay Lights do not emit light from a vacuum as most other bulb types do such as incandescent bulbs and fluorescent tubes or bulbs.

If you are considering changing to Hyperlite LED High Bay Lights, whether you are looking at a retrofit of full fit solution, you will see whole lists of benefits for changing from incandescent bulbs or fluorescent  tubes or bulbs. These tend to focus on the cost savings and the environmental friendliness of Hyperlite LED High Bay Lights, but it is also important to note that they have a much lower chance of causing a fire.

The benefit of Hyperlite LED High Bay Lights is that their pure aluminum cold forged housing has been made to dissipate heat. Hyperlite LED High Bay Lights  has the life span of 50000 to 60000 hours and that is great new for you, you will not to worry about buying lights on a short time but Why are we talking about life span?


Because one of the reasons Hyperlite LED High Bay Lights have such a long - life span is because the technology in place uses a heat sink, located at the bulbs base this draws most of the heat to one area and keeps the electronics relatively cool. 

Hyperlite LED High Bay Lights will get hot in its hottest part is approximately half the temperature of a fluorescent or incandescent bulb but emits the same amount of light. With Hyperlite LED High Bay Lights you’ll not worry about overheating.

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