The Amount of LED High Bays Required for a Warehouse

by William M. Digital Marketing Executive

In recent years, the introduction of the LED lights has changed the way facility supervisors used to set the budget for floor illumination. Proper illumination is a necessity, and the size of the warehouses varies from business to business and the items that they store. The High Bay LED Lights are the best options available for commercial institutions.

The high bays are usually installed at a standard height of 20 feet or more and designed to illuminate an ample space. They are primarily designed for warehouses and large industrial bays.

The General Features Of A Warehouse

The light professionals do come up with the exact number of fixtures required in the given area. He mainly checks the following features present inside the warehouse.

  • The total area of the warehouse.

  • The height of the ceiling.

  • Area per square feet of the room/area and other facilities inside the warehouse.

  • Lumen requirement per square feet.

For example, the light professional mentions that at 17 feet ceilings, you can go for 100 to 150 watts with a wide beam angle of 120 degrees. 

Use the 100-watt high bay lights and space them out at 8-14 feet. Go for the 6X3 pattern (18 lights) for the basic lighting and the 7X3 pattern (21 lights) for medium brightness requirements. The 8X4 pattern (32 lights) is present for higher brightness requirements.

Use the 150-watt high bay lights and space them accordingly. For example, at 17 feet, the pattern should be a 6X3 (18 lights) pattern for basic lighting—a 7X3 pattern (21 lights) for higher brightness. 

The general design of the warehouse can accommodate essentials and products which are needed by every facility manager. The aisle having the products is extended upward to get dedicated brightness. 

The assembly area where heavy machinery works and equipment are kept, general plus task lighting from the LED high bays. Optional sensors help in making the luminaires energy-efficient and cost-effective for the premises.

One needs to provide additional wires for the dimming sensors. 

The canteens and corridors require general lighting, and the light professional can set the number of lumens needed for the warehouse. The light professionals do help in getting the perfect price quote for the illumination of your warehouse.

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