LED Area Flood Lighting, Bay Lighting
Suspended LED Bay Light to replace or replicate HID 250w – 400w traditional Hi-Bay sports lighting fixtures. Unrivalled efficiency available in multiple lumen packages from 80w – 160w and two symmetric beam distributions (80 or 130 degrees).
Perfectly placed in Factories, Warehouses, Big Box Retail, Indoor Sports Arenas, Airports and all manner of industry. Suitable for use with a variety of control options from daylight and occupancy sensors to wireless control of switching and dimming. Unique reflector system delivers zero light spill with highly regulated control of light beams using silver nano technology. Innovative heat sink structure stabilizes long life cycle with optimum cooling via natural convection.
GigaTera SEGA LED Bay Lighting:
The Sega series harnesses the reflector technology to produce unrivaled efficiency and efficacy, up to 145lm/W.
With quality heat sinks, high grade alliminium and an intelligent design to promote natural convection the Sega series extends its life way beyond the norm.
Designed with corrosion, weathering and rough handling in mind the Sega series undergoes a variety of stress tests to ensure it meets all are requirements needs and more.
Powerful LED and Reflecter Technology
The Sega series utilises a unique reflector technology to distribute light which improves not only efficacy but also allows the Maha to be aimed with extreme accuracy.
Excellent Light Distribution
Throughout the different models and specifications of the Sega series there is a variety of beam distributions all which have been designed to maximise illumnation while minimising light pollution and glare.
Optimised for Wireless Control
Each Sega is capable being controlled wirelessly. As the Maha is an LED light this means not only can it be remotely turned on and off but also dimming up and down. This cuts down on infrastructure costs.
Replacement for HID Floodlight
The Sega series was designed specifically to replace its metal halide counterpart while providing a 60% reduction in ongoing power costs.