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Hyperlite High Bay Light - Apollo Series - 250watt 5000k Dimmable

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--3 MINS INSTALLATION: With US hook, US plug, 5’ cable, safety wires, 250W LED UFO High Bay Light Apollo series make the installation much easier.

--EXCELLENT Lighting PERFORMANCE: 250watt 35,000 lumens, up to 140 lumens to watt, 800 watts HID/HPS Equivalent. LED UFO High Bay Light Apollo series also has a 1-10V dimmable function, the beam angle is 120 degrees.

--5 YEARS WARRANTY: Using the most durable LED driver—Mean Well driver, the welding spot temperature is under 140°F. Choose the LED High Bay UFO Lights Apollo series to save your time and money.

--WIDELY USED: The UL IP65 approved, LED UFO High Bay Light Apollo series can be used in outdoor and indoor. Such as the factory, Warehouse. It’s also used as a low bay Light, the application is gym, Shop, Shopping mall.managed by an app development company


 

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  • 30'x40' metal building. 12' sides 14' peak. Would like it pretty bright. What would you recommend?

    We recommend you to use 8pcs 100w Hero Series High Bay Lights (5000K or 4000K as you may prefer) in a 2x4 pattern for your building.

  • I have a50x60 building with 18 ft eaves how many lights will I need.

    We recommend you to use 12pcs 200w Hero Series High Bay Lights (5000K or 4000K as you may prefer)

    You can place them in 3 rows of 4 fixtures. 

    We recommend 200w for 18 to 20ft and 250w for 21ft or more (height)

  • We have a 40'x50'x18' pole building.,I like the250 watt with the 120 degree light angle,What do you suggest.Thanks

    We recommend you to use 8pcs 200w Hero Series High Bay Lights (5000K or 4000K as you may prefer) in a 2x4 patterns for your building. The 250w version would be overkill and can cause eye discomfort and glare if used for ceilings lower than 21ft.

  • have a high furniture warehouse with an open receiving area and 3 long aisle it is 35' they use those narrow fork trucks to go all they to deck 1000w metal halides now what's your recommendation

    We can recommend you to use Will Series 320w - 4ft linear High Bay Lights (41600LM), please check them out: https://bit.ly/3rIuzLl

  • Operating voltage listed at 220v, will it operate on 208v? Building I am looking at lighting up has 120/208v 3p4w and is 36*144ft and a fixture mount height of 25ft. I was looking at 2 rows of 8 250w fixtures. Looking for a quick response, need to order lights no later than Monday but i need to get them signed off on first. Thnx in advance.

    Operating voltage: AC90V-305V-3.0A; 50/60Hz. or replacement of the product.
    Working environment: -30°C to 50°C. 
    Application: IP65 design for indoor and outdoor.
    You can use 16pcs, 2 rows of 8.

  • I have a 80 X 50 4 bay building. 18' ceilings. What light configuration do you recommend?

    We recommend you to use 10pcs 250w for your building, you can place them in 2 rows of 5 fixtures.

  • We are building a new firehouse 90x90 ft with 4 drive thru bags was thinking about your 250 watt 35000 lum 19 foot ceiling ht. ? What's your thoughts

    We recommend you to use 25pcs 200w for your building, you can place them in 5 rows of 5 fixtures.

    We are recommending 200w because 250w is for 21ft or more (Ceiling Height)
    You can find 200w available on our Series "Tale" or "Hero"

    If you want to use 250w we recommend 20pcs 250w, you can place them in 4 rows of 5 fixtures.

    If you have more questions please send us an email: service01@hi-hyperlite.com



  • 100x 150 outdoor arena 22’ ceiling height. The arena is for cutting horses and roping. What kind and how many lights would you recommend?

    We recommend you to use 35pcs 250w Apollo Series High Bay Lights, you can place them in five rows of seven fixtures (20ft to 22ft apart from each other).

  • My building is 60Wx 108L was thinking of 250w 35000 lums

    Could you provide the ceiling height please?

  • I am In need of replacement lights for our school gym it has a 20 foot ceiling, its also 81 feet wide and 89 feet longI am needing to replace the current lights becuase they are the old school M58 Ballast Hi-BAY lights what should i replace them with they are 250 Watt, 60 Hertz

    We recommend you to use 25pcs 200w Hero Series High Bay Lights (4000K or 5000K according to your preference), you can place them in a five by five fixtures grid.

  • Replacing Metal Halide in a 32' high metal warehouse/shop application. Have two spaces, one 40'x40', and another 40'x80'........and space one has 4 MH with space two having 8 MH.....all evenly spaced. Can I use qty 4 and 8 in the spaces respectively of the 250watt or 280watt Apollo's to get roughly 100 lumens at the floor? This would keep me from having to relocate the wiring.

    We recommend you to use 12pcs 250w Hero Series High Bay Lights in the 40'x40' area and 20pcs 250w Hero Series High Bay Lights in the 40x80 area to obtain a 100 fc or lumens per square foot average on the floor.

  • I have an indoor horse arena(sand floor) that is 35’x200’x16’ ceiling height. What do you recommend?

    We recommend you to use 30pcs 150w Hero Series High Bay Lights, 4000K or 5000K as you may prefer, in three rows of ten fixtures, for your horse arena.

  • what are the differences of the 3 models? Hero Tale and Apollo

    Apollo and Hero are almost the same, the only thing is that Apollo is available only in 250w 5000K, on the other hand Hero Series is available in 60w, 100w, 150w, 200w and 250w plus you can choose between 4000K and 5000K. Then the difference between Hero and Tale is that Tale Series can be equipped with an accesory motion sensor, on the other hand Hero comes with just the dimming function. Hero Series comes with a 110 US plug and Tale is just ready for hardwiring.

  • 40x60 shop 13 foot sides 16 foot peak I like it very bright, what do you recommend?

    We recommend you to use 9 pcs 150w (4000K or 5000K according to your preferenceThe lighting simulation is for the best and ideal scenarioyou can adjust it according to your needsPlease check your email because we sent you all the information you need for your shop, and thank you for your preference. 

  • 30x70x20 ‘ walls

    We recommend you to use 8pcs 200w Hero Series High Bay Lights (5000K or 4000K as you may prefer), in two rows of four fixtures for your building.

  • I have a 40x50 14ft wall 25ft ceiling what do you recommend

    We recommend you to use 6 pcs 250w Hero Series High Bay Lights (5000K or 4000K as you may prefer), in two rows of three fixtures, for your building.

  • My shop is 40 x 72 with 16 ft. ceilings. I'm going with charcoal and black metal inside so I really want some serious lighting power. What would you recommend.

    We recommend you to use 12pcs 150w Hero Series High Bay Lights (5000K or 4000K as you may prefer), in three rows of four fixtures, for your building.

  • Got a 10×23 small garage want the brightest light for

    Thank you for your preference. Please send us the details like the wide, long, and height. Please send it to service01@hi-hyperlite.com and we will be glad to provide you a free design.

  • I have a 36’ X 48’ pole barn with 16’ ceilings could you please let me know your recommendations for lighting?

    We recommend you to use 8pcs 150w (4000K or 5000K according to your preferenceThe lighting simulation is for the best and ideal scenarioyou can adjust it according to your needsPlease check your email because we sent you the complete information for your pole barn and thank you for your preference.

  • Is the Hyperlite 200 watt high bay DLC approved

    Yes, Apollo Series High Bay Lights are UL, DLC 4.2 Premium and FCC Approved.

  • I have a 40'x40' shop with 18' ceilings, white metal inside walls and ceilings, how big of lights do you recommend and how many? Thanks J

    We recommend you to use 6pcs 200w (4000K or 5000K according to your preference) The lighting simulation is for the best and ideal scenario, you can adjust it according to your needs. Please check your email because we sent to you the complete information for your shop and thank you for your preference. 

  • I have low bay metal halide that is mellowing or fading in a 76X80X16 in 5 rows of 5. What is your recommendation?

    We recommend you to use 25 pcs 150w. The lighting simulation is for the best and ideal scenario, you can adjust it according to your needs. Please check your email because we sent to you the complete information for your metal halide and thank you for your preference. 

  • Any issues with lighting in cold weather? -30F.

    No, sorry. We recommend our Apollo series to be used on environments close to -22°F to 122°F.

  • I have a 40x80x14 custom fabrication shop I like a excessive amount of light since we are under cars and doing a lot of welding what do you recommend?

    We recommend you to use 12 pcs 150w. The lighting simulation is for the best and ideal scenario, you can adjust it according to your needs. Please check your email because we sent to you the complete information for your shop and thank you for your preference.

  • I am building a outdoor batting cage. Its 15x70 and 14 foot tall. What would be the best lights and how many would I need?

    We recommend you using 6pcs 150w Apollo series. Please check your email because we sent to you the complete information for your outdoor batting cage and thank you for your preference. 

  • Do you make a reflector for the Apollo series

    No, unfortunately we only offer reflectors for Hero Series, sorry for the inconvenience.

  • I have a 42×80 shop with 16' side walls vaulted ceiling height to the peak is 20' Shop is lined with white tin What would be the best light and spacing

    We recommend you to use 10 pcs 150w Hero Series High Bay Lights in two rows of 5 fixtures for the sides of the ceiling, and a row of 5 pcs 200w Hero Series High Bay Lights for the peak section of the vaulted ceiling. We will send you more details to your email address.

  • I have a 20x24 garage and a 22x14 garage adjoining with 10' drywall ceilings. Concrete floor, what would you recommend in this situation? I'm thinking we would probably rather go with a slightly warmer light like 4000k rather than the 5000k.

    Hello Josh. Thank you for your preference. For your 14x22 garage, we recommend you using 4pcs 60w Hero series because our Apollo series is our of stock. And for your 20x24 we recommend 4pcs 100w Hero series (4000K or 5000K according to your preference), you can review the attached picture for more details.

    Please check your email because we sent to you the complete information for your *** and thank you for your preference.

  • I have a basement watch shop. 36x 24x 91/2 feet . White ceiling , pale light green walls and gray floor. I’d like to have a maximum lighted workshop. I’ll surface mount lights. Please offer me suggestions. H p Doble

    Hello Peter. We recommend you to use 6pcs Hero series since our Apollo series is out of stock 100w (4000K or 5000K according to your preference) The lighting simulation is for the best and ideal scenario, you can adjust it according to your needs. Please check your email because we sent to you the complete information for your shop and thank you for your preference.

  • I have a 40x64 ft shop with 14 ft ceiling. Can you recomend what type and how manny lights to use.

    We recommend you to use 10 pieces 150w Hero Series high bay lights for your shop.

  • I have a 40’ x 60’ metal shop with 18’ walls.... what is your recommendation?

    Hello Mike. Thank you for your preference. We recommend you to use 10 pcs Hero Series 200w (4000K or 5000K according to your preference) The lighting simulation is for the best and ideal scenario, you can adjust it according to your needs.   Please check your email because we sent to you the complete information for your Shop.

  • Looks like an excellent barn light. What is the purpose of the black cord on the right with blue and white extending wires? ( Dimming wire?) How is the dimming wire connected? Is a separate outlet needed for each light if dimming cord is added? I am not sure, but I don't think I need the dimming option. The space I am looking to light is 170 feet long by 50 feet wide, 14 foot ceiling. What would be the recommended number of lights? I am replacing 18 of the original non LED lights (18 years old) with LED lights. Look forward to your thoughts. Bill

    Hello Bill. Yes, the blue and grey cables are prepared for the dimmer connection. We recommend you to use 40 pcs APOLLO Series 150w (4000K or 5000K according to your preference) The lighting simulation is for the best and ideal scenario, you can adjust it according to your needs.   Please check your email because we sent to you the complete information for your barn design and information about the dimmer connection too.

  • I’m building a 48’x100’ shop with 18’ sidewalls. With radiant tube heating down the center running the 100’ length. What do you recommend?

    Thank you for your preference. We recommend you to use need 20 pcs HERO Series 200w (4000K or 5000K according to your preference). The lighting simulation is for the best and ideal scenario, you can adjust it according to your needs. 
    Please check your email because we sent to you the complete information for your space.

  • We have a 54’ x 24’ race canopy the roof is approximately 12’ high roof beams are 10’ apart lights will be hung in the middle of beams about 12’ from the side of the trailer We need extremely bright conditions for working on race cars at night, there are 6 beams total what lights and layout do you recommend thxs MCR racing

    For that space, we recommend using 8 pieces 100w Hero Series High Bay Lights, 5000K or 4000K as you prefer. We sent you the layout details to your email address.

  • We have a 110 by 325 nut packing facility with 23 foot ceilings, what light and what layout would you recommend?

    ​Dear Marco Welcome to Hyperlite!  ​We want to thank you for your preference.

    Sorry for this delay. We made a lighting simulation based on the info you provided.

    For your facility (325x110 - 23ft) We recommend you to use 84pcs Hero series 250w.

    Please check your email since we provided you with a complete design and a Pdf mçwith more details.

  • How many lights for a 50 x 175 x 24’ tall steel fabrication shop

    Hello Aaron, for your building we recommend you to use 32 pcs Apollo Series 200w, we will send you more detailed information to the email address you provided. Thank you for your preference!

  • Not sure how many to order or what color we want. My shop is 40 x 70 with 16 foot walls.

    I recommend you use 18 pcs 150watt lights, 3 row 6 columns. You can provide more details to our service email, sales@hi-hyperlite.com. We can make a light simulation and give you more specific suggestions.