Noribachi announces the addition of the HIGHBAY.A, HIGHBAY.C, and HIGHBAY.N to its popular Highbay LED lighting fixture series.
With Noribachi’s Bespoke Engineering and Specifically Tailored methodology, these new Highbay LED lighting fixtures deliver a wide range of efficacy and customization at a competitive price point.
The HIGHBAY.A is a cost-effective, low-maintenance, and energy-efficient LED lighting fixture that can deliver 17,724 lumens and function as a 525W replacement, using only 126W. The HIGHBAY.A is available with multiple options including fixture housing types and beam spread. With its low-cost and efficient use of energy, the HIGHBAY.A is a great fit for industrial and commercial applications.
The HIGHBAY.C is a durable, economical, and highly efficient LED lighting fixture that can deliver 29,540 lumens and function as a 1000W replacement, using only 210W. The HIGHBAY.C is available with multiple options including emergency battery backup for regular and cold environments, occupancy sensors, and bi-level dimming. With its sturdy construction and modern design, the HIGHBAY.C can provide consistent illumination across parking structures, large common spaces and indoor sports gymnasium applications.
The HIGHBAY.N is a proprietary modular LED lighting fixture that is available in multiple form factors with indirect and direct lighting capabilities in a single fixture. The uplight and downlight LED light engines can deliver up to 79,758 lumens and utilize the full RGBW color range. The design of the HIGHBAY.N fixture can be customized with a selection of brackets, mounting and lens options. The flexibility of the HIGHBAY.N also extends to the integration of cameras, occupancy sensors and timers that can be operated individually or in unison with digital or wireless controllers without affecting the integrity of the fixture design.
The new Highbay LED lighting fixtures are ETL certified and meet UL and CSA standards. The new fixtures are also eligible for rebate incentives outlined by the Public Utilities Commission and local power companies.