Philips GreenUp LED High Bay 110W


$399.00 AUD $499.00 AUD

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Government RebatesThe GreenUp LED High Bay is the latest, most energy-efficient, high bay lighting offering from Philips.

Using just 110W of power it can directly replace a 400W metal halide high bay for 75% energy cost savings. 

Philips LED Highbay Comparison

New Philips LED High Bay compared to other options.

Versatile, High Quality LED High Bay

The Philips GreenUp LED High Bay uses the highest quality components and design features including:

  • Philips Fortimo LED modules and Philips Xitanium LED driver.
  • Unique air convection cooling design to maximise heat dissipation of the LED modules and driver.
  • Low glare (UGR 17) and accurate colour rendition (CRI 85)
  • Wide beam angle for a variety of general lighting applications.
  • Lightweight (5.5kg) and streamlined (max 77mm thickness) design for easy handling and installation.

Philips LED Profile
Side profile view of Philips GreenUp LED High Bay (77mm at thickest point)

 LED High Bay Beam Angle
Example light spread for 8m ceiling height.

LED High Bay Applications

The GreenUp LED High Bay can be used to replace existing light fittings or specified as your preferred lighting choice in new buildings. 

It can be used in a wide variety of applications, including but not limited to:

  • Farm Equipment Sheds & Barns
  • Workshops & Factories
  • Large-format Retail Shops & Showrooms
  • Council Depots
  • Truck Storage, Bus Depot, Tram & Train Sheds, Aircraft Hangars, etc
  • Warehouses & Distribution Centres
  • Indoor Sports Complexes & Halls
  • Other high ceiling height applications

Please note: the GreenUp LED Highbay is not suitable for particularly high-moisture or high-impact applications. In these situations we recommend the Philips GreenPerform LED Highbay which has a higher IP rating (protection against dust and moisture ingress) as well as a higher IK rating (protection from physical impact).

Comparison to 400W Metal Halide High Bay

The following table shows exactly how the Philips GreenUp LED High Bay achieves the same light output as a conventional high bay light, while using 75% less energy.

Comparison MH HighbayConventional High Bay 400W GreenUp High BayPhilips GreenUp LED High Bay 110W
Lamp Wattage 400 W 110 W
System Consumption 440 W 110 W
Initial Lumen Output 32,500 lm 14,000 lm
Lumen Maintenance (at 10,000 hours)* 70% 95%
Light Output Ratio (LOR)** 60% 100%
Actual Usable Light Output 32,500 lm x 70% x 60%
= 13,650 lumens
14,000 lm x 95% x 100%
= 13,300 lumens

Lumen Maintenance compares the amount of light produced by a light fitting when it is brand new to the amount of light produced at a specific time in the future. Unlike LED, traditional hi bay lights have particularly poor lumen maintenance (and it gets much worse as time goes on).

** Light Output Ratio is a figure that indicates how much light gets lost inside the light fitting and surrounds. As LED's are highly directional they do not suffer from a poor light output ratio like older lighting technology.

Specifications - Philips GreenUp LED High Bay

Power Consumption 110W
Lifetime 70,000 hours
Colour Temperature 6500K (Cool White)
Beam Angle Wide Beam (50˚)
Light Output 14,000 lumens
Colour Rendering Index (CRI) 85
Dimmable No - see the Philips GreenPerform Highbay for dimmable options.
Dimensions 720mm (length) x 380mm (width) x 77mm (height)
Weight 5.5kg
IP Rating IP20
Installation Comes with clips and cables for typical suspended installation
Product Identifiers Philips GreenUp LED Highbay; BY550P110W6KFWB, BY550P LED140/CW (Product IDs); 911401525121 (12NC Order Code)
Further Documentation Philips GreenPerform LED High Bay - Datasheet (524kb), Presentation (2.2MB), Mounting Instructions (241kb)

Frequently Asked Questions

What colour temperature is this high bay light?

This light fitting has a 6500K (Cool White) colour temperature which is suitable for most applications. If you prefer 4000K (Neutral White), please see the GreenPerform LED Highbay.

Are higher wattage or dimmable options available?

If you are after a higher wattage, higher IP rating (waterproof), or dimmable alternative, please see the Philips GreenPerform Highbay that we also stock.

Can you supply the GreenUp LED with integrated motion sensor controls?

Yes - but the purchase price is higher and the lead time from Philips is approximately 3 months. In general, if you wish to have motion sensor or daylight controls we recommend installing them in-line with your existing lighting circuits. In other words: use this 'regular' LED high bay and install the sensor controls separately.

If you would like to price GreenUp high bays with integrated ZigBee controls (occupancy sensor & daylight harvesting) please contact us. Be sure to specify the quantity required, your preferred wattage, and beam angle.

Can you explain the different beam angle options?

We have chosen to stock the Wide Beam option (WB, 50˚) as it works well in virtually all applications that we have encountered.

The product is also available in Narrow Beam (NB, 30˚) and High Rack Output (HRO) variants. The 'HRO' option is just a mix of 'Wide Beam' and 'Narrow Beam' so has no major advantage over the Wide Beam option that we stock. We can order these other models in, but please be aware that as with the integrated sensor controls mentioned above, you will usually be up for a 3 month lead time and higher price.

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