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  • 50-Watt LED High Bay Lighting - Replacement for 150-200Watt HPS Light
  • 50-Watt LED High Bay Lighting - Replacement for 150-200Watt HPS Light
  • 50-Watt LED High Bay Lighting - Replacement for 150-200Watt HPS Light
  • 50-Watt LED High Bay Lighting - Replacement for 150-200Watt HPS Light
  • 50-Watt LED High Bay Lighting - Replacement for 150-200Watt HPS Light
  • 50-Watt LED High Bay Lighting - Replacement for 150-200Watt HPS Light
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GearLite G500+: 500-Watt Outdoor LED Flood Light High Bay Lighting Replacing 1500-2000 Watt M.H. or HPS

50-Watt LED High Bay Lighting - Replacement for 150-200Watt HPS Light

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50-Watt High Bay LED Light


Replaces 150-200 Watt HPS / Metal Halide


30-Degree Focus Lens + 45-Degree Reflector Bell. You have 3 light output option: for high ceiling applications 20 ft+ => Use the 30-Degree Focus Lens, for medium height 10-20 ft, I recommend the 45-Degree bell, also you can remove the 30-Degree Lens and the 45-Degree bell and the LED will be at 110-Degree Flood.


Lumen: 4000


Color Temperature: White - 6000K


Input: 85V AC - 265V AC


Option 277V AC Driver + $85.00 USD

$199.99

Availability: In stock

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50-Watt High Bay LED Light

Additional Information

Model HighBay-50W-AC-WHT-6K
SKU HighBay-50W-AC-WHT-6K
Manufacturer No
Color Temperature CCT No
Voltage No
Wattage No
Lumen No
Incandescent Equivalent No
Socket Base E26 / E27 Edison Screw-in Base
Beam Angle No
Dimmable No
Expected Life Span No
Dimensions No

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LED light bulbs are available in a wide variety of shades of white light, ranging from yellowish, to white, to bluish white light, which allows you to customize the mood of your space. Many LED bulbs come in "warm" colors to match the yellowish light of incandescent bulbs, but you can also choose "cooler" colors with whiter or bluer light.

Choosing the Right Color:

  • Light color is measured on a temperature scale referred to as Kelvin (K).
  • Lower Kelvin numbers mean the light appears more yellow; higher Kelvin numbers mean the light is whiter or bluer.
  • Most LED light bulbs are made to match the color of incandescent bulbs at 2700-3000K.
  • For a whiter light, look for bulbs marked 3500-4100K.
  • For bluer white light, look for bulbs marked 5000-6500K.