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What is the best spacing for High Bay Lights?

What is the best spacing for High Bay Lights?

What is the best spacing for High Bay Lights?

At Hyperlite we have different types of High Bay Lights and each light comes with different wattage and lumens. Let us check each light and its specific features:

Features of each light:

Hyperlite LED High Bay Light Black Hero Series: These lights come in 100 watts with 14000 lumens, 150 watts with 21000 lumens, 200 watts with 28000 lumens and 250 watts 35000 lumens that means 140 lumens per watt. They come in 4000 k and 5000 k. The Beam angle is 120°. The input voltage is 120 – 277 volts AC.

Hyperlite LED High Bay Light White Hero Series: These lights come in 60 watts with 8100 lumens, 100 watts with 13500 lumens, 150 watts with 20250 lumens, 200 watts with 27000 lumens and 250 watts with 33750 lumens that means 135 lumens per watt. They come in 4000 k and 5000 k. The Beam angle is 120°. The input voltage is 100 – 277 volts AC.

Hyperlite LED High Bay Light Tale Series: These lights come in 100 watts with 14000 lumens, 150 watts with 21000 lumens, 200 watts with 28000 lumens and 250 watts 35000 lumens that means 140 lumens per watt. They come in 4000 k and 5000 k. The Beam angle is 120°. The input voltage is 120 – 277 volts AC.

Hyperlite LED High Bay Light Apollo Series: This light comes in 250 watts with 35000 lumens that means 140 lumens per watt. The Beam angle is 120°. The input voltage is 90 – 305 volts AC.

Even with this information we can not determine the best spacing for High Bay Lights but we need to know the ceiling height to determine the power for our lights. We will see the different watts applying in ceilings.
For 0 – 9 feet we recommend 60 watts.
For 10 – 13 feet we recommend 100 watts.
For 14 – 17 feet we recommend 150 watts.
For 18 – 20 feet we recommend 200 watts.
For 21 feet or more we recommend 250 watts

Do we really need this information to know an ideal spacing for High Bay Lights?

Yes, because we can use this information to determine how many lights we will need for our building.
Depending your building dimensions and how bright you want to be the room the space between each light will change.

Hopefully we can make a Lighting Simulation for free.