HighBay LED

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Down by the (High) Bay

GoodBulb's LED High Bay fixtures apply to any large area, and generally are preferred in spaces with a ceiling height greater than 20 feet. Usually found in warehouses, factories, and hangars, LED High Bay fixtures are the ideal replacement for your less efficient fluorescent models. Easy installation and consistent, uniform light output from fixtures in difficult-to-reach places means less time worrying about maintenance, and LED technology means saving up to 85% on energy costs. 

Did You Know?

Ancient Egyptians used light fixtures. It's true! Not light fixtures as you and I would recognize them today, obviously, but light fixtures all the same. Check it out ↓

Light Bulb Moment

A distinct lack of electricity (given it had not yet been discovered, clearly) meant that ancient civilizations had to rely upon other natural sources, and some creative ingenuity, to illuminate their world once the sun went down. 

We know that ancient Egyptians utilized lamps of all kinds throughtout their history, as demonstrated by the cult of Osiris - which required the use of lamps to worship their God. However, a distinct lack of examples of ancient lamps recovered from archeological digs has made demonstrating lamp use by these people difficult. One reason would be the use of a device not immediately recognizable as a light fixture by today's standards: a simple pot or a bowl. 

(Find out more about this Light Bulb Moment by visiting our UFO LED Fixture category page.)

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  1. Highbay LED Lights, 165 Watts, 2 Foot, 21,450 Lumens, Pure White - 5000K, Dimmable. Made by GoodBulb, the sku for this item is GBLEDHB165W5K2X2.
    Highbay LED Lights | 165 Watts | 2 Foot | 21,450 Lumens | Pure White - 5000K | Dimmable

    Look up in the sky! It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s a highbay LED light! Much like superman, these high bay led shop lights save the world of workshop lighting.

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    Specs:

    • SKU: GBLEDHB165W5K2X2
    • Power Voltage: 100-277v
    • Wattage: 165 Watt
    • Life Hours: 50000 Life Hours
    $155.72
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  2. Highbay LED Lights
    Highbay LED Lights | 325 Watts | 4 Foot | 42,250 Lumens | Pure White - 5000K | Dimmable

    Look up in the sky! It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s a highbay LED light! Much like superman, these high bay led shop lights save the world of workshop lighting.

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    Specs:

    • SKU: GBLEDHB325W5K2X4
    • Power Voltage: 100-277v
    • Wattage: 325 Watt
    • Life Hours: 50000 Life Hours
    $303.65
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  3. Highbay LED Fixture, 216 Watts, 120-277v, 2 Foot. Made by GoodBulb, the sku for this item is GBHB6T5.
    Highbay LED Fixture | 216 Watts | 120-277v | 2 Foot

    Up in the sky, It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s a high bay light fixture! Much like superman, these high bay led shop lights save the world of workshop lighting.

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    Specs:

    • SKU: GBHB6T5
    • Power Voltage: 100-277v
    • Wattage: 216 Watt
    • Life Hours: 50000 Life Hours
    $99.95
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  4. Highbay LED Lights, 110 Watts, 2 Foot, 14,300 Lumens, Pure White - 5000K, Dimmable. Made by GoodBulb, the sku for this item is GBLEDHB110W5K2X2.
    Highbay LED Lights | 110 Watts | 2 Foot | 14,300 Lumens | Pure White - 5000K | Dimmable

    Look up in the sky! It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s a highbay LED light! Much like superman, these high bay led shop lights save the world of workshop lighting.

    Learn More

    Specs:

    • SKU: GBLEDHB110W5K2X2
    • Power Voltage: 100-277v
    • Wattage: 110 Watt
    • Life Hours: 50000 Life Hours
    $138.59
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  5. Highbay LED Lights, 225 Watts, 2 Foot, 29,250 Lumens, Pure White - 5000K, Dimmable. Made by GoodBulb, the sku for this item is GB15699.
    Highbay LED Lights | 225 Watts | 2 Foot | 29,250 Lumens | Pure White - 5000K | Dimmable

    Look up in the sky! It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s a highbay LED light! Much like superman, these high bay led shop lights save the world of workshop lighting.

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    Specs:

    • SKU: GB15699
    • Power Voltage: 100-277v
    • Wattage: 225 Watt
    • Life Hours: 50000 Life Hours
    $199.87
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  6. Highbay LED Lights, 17 Watts, 120v, 2 Foot, Pure White - 5000K, Includes a 4 Pack of T8 LED Tubes. Made by GoodBulb, the sku for this item is GB4LT8LED456574.
    Highbay LED Lights | 17 Watts | 120v | 2 Foot | Pure White - 5000K | Includes a 4 Pack of T8 LED Tubes

    Look up in the sky! It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s a highbay LED light! Much like superman, these high bay led shop lights save the world of workshop lighting.

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    Specs:

    • SKU: GB4LT8LED456574
    • Power Voltage: 100-277v
    • Wattage: 17 Watt
    • Life Hours: 50000 Life Hours
    $131.00
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Down by the (High) Bay

GoodBulb's LED High Bay fixtures apply to any large area, and generally are preferred in spaces with a ceiling height greater than 20 feet. Usually found in warehouses, factories, and hangars, LED High Bay fixtures are the ideal replacement for your less efficient fluorescent models. Easy installation and consistent, uniform light output from fixtures in difficult-to-reach places means less time worrying about maintenance, and LED technology means saving up to 85% on energy costs. 

Did You Know?

Ancient Egyptians used light fixtures. It's true! Not light fixtures as you and I would recognize them today, obviously, but light fixtures all the same. Check it out ↓

Light Bulb Moment

A distinct lack of electricity (given it had not yet been discovered, clearly) meant that ancient civilizations had to rely upon other natural sources, and some creative ingenuity, to illuminate their world once the sun went down. 

We know that ancient Egyptians utilized lamps of all kinds throughtout their history, as demonstrated by the cult of Osiris - which required the use of lamps to worship their God. However, a distinct lack of examples of ancient lamps recovered from archeological digs has made demonstrating lamp use by these people difficult. One reason would be the use of a device not immediately recognizable as a light fixture by today's standards: a simple pot or a bowl. 

(Find out more about this Light Bulb Moment by visiting our UFO LED Fixture category page.)